Guiding students as they move towards independence.
In grades 9 and 10, students prepare for International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) with final exams in May of both grade 9 and 10. IGCSE is an internationally recognized qualification for secondary school students. It parallels GCSE examinations in the UK. However, the curriculum is designed to meet the unique needs of international students. They are also involved in service learning projects, where they are challenged to serve Christ through leadership, serving each other, serving the local and global community and caring for the environment.
For the final two years of secondary school, the school offers a range of AS and A Level subjects, also examined by the Cambridge International Examinations Board. Most students study four subjects at AS level in grade 11 and continue with three subjects to full A level in grade 12. The service learning programme continues into the final two years of secondary school, challenging students to serve Christ through their actions on campus and within the community.
- Art and Design
- Business Studies (Grade 11 – 12)
- Economics (Grade 11 – 12)
- English Language
- English Literature
- ICT (Grade 9 – 10)
- Computer Science (Grade 11 – 12)
- Physical Education
- Psychology (Grade 11 – 12)