Taking an unusual study route


Soh (centre) encourages Ava (left) and Dylan to take on projects outside school as he wants them to be creative individuals. - The Straits Times/Asia News Network

WHILE his classmates at Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road) were deciding between the junior college and polytechnic route after completing their O levels last December, Dylan Soh decided to take the path less travelled and headed to Finland.

Now, having spent the last six months in the Etela Tapiolan lukio, an international high school in Espoo where lessons are taught in English and Finnish, the 16-year-old says he has no regrets for having taken the unusual route.

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