EDUCATION FOR LIFE
In our College, we seek to enable the leaders, artists and explorers of tomorrow to succeed in their quest for knowledge. To do this, our lecturers work to create and facilitate a holistic learning environment, while preparing students for the world at large through the accreditation offered by our International School curriculum.
This international diploma is recognised worldwide. It is also the passport to excellent universities across the globe and is recognised by employers of top international organisations.
Middle school Students develop skills and understanding in 10 subjects including English, Mathematics and Science. Progression tests help teachers check their progress.
Students build a broad learning programme from a range of subjects. In each subject, they work towards achieving excellence.
Students develop the deep understanding, thinking skills and steadfastness they need for university.
SUBJECT OFFERINGS - MODULES
Learners have a choice of possible subject combination groups. Should a learner want any subject that falls within another group, this will be at the sole consideration of the Head of College.
- Physical Science
Arts & humanities subjects
- Geography/environmental management
- **Information communication technology [ICT]
- ** Computer Science
- Business studies
- **Travel and Tourism
**Subject on demand
Recommended Subject Combinations for AS-A Level
- *Geography Environmental Management
- OR *Economics
Engineering and Sciences
- Physics OR
- Chemistry (only if required for chosen university discipline)
Life Sciences or Medical combination
Arts and Architecture
- Design and Technology / Physics
For students to successfully complete AS-A Level, a minimum of 80% attendance is required
CAT4® COGNITIVE ABILITIES TEST
On entry to our College, learners are assessed to understand their potential and learning preferences. The objective is to lift the performance of all learners, including those who are falling behind in mastering the expected outcomes. This is obtained through high quality, evidence-based instruction, material supplementation where required, and individualised intervention methods.