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Westcoast International Secondary School to welcome 265 pupils in 2019
09 January 2019
Westcoast International Secondary School is extending

The secondary school of Uniciti Education Hub is extending its premises to welcome more pupils. From 176 in 2018, the school has built new classrooms and made space to grow its student population by some 50% to reach 265 pupils in 2019, enrolled in Form 1 to Form 5 classes. While the first phase of this extension project will allow for additional intakes in Form 1 classes and will also host a new library and three new laboratories for biology, physics and chemistry classes, the second phase which just kicked off with a scheduled completion date at end of 2019 aims to accommodate a studio for design & technology as well as a music and theatre room.


Over and above its indoor infrastructures, Westcoast Secondary has put in considerable effort in the design of its exteriors, with a strong willingness to create large outdoor spaces and structured infrastructures for the practice of such sports as football, long jumps among others. The exteriors will host a ‘zen garden’ in front of its library and many other green areas and gardens.


Westcoast International Secondary School is definitely pursuing its growth within Uniciti Education Hub, aiming to enroll 700 pupils by 2021 once the third and last phase is over.

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