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High School/A Levels

Upper Secondary / IGCSE

Our two-year programme of IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education)

Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 15 to 16 year old. It is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide and is an international passport to progression and success.  We offer 14 subjects of the IGCSE qualification to choose from.

Our unique PGP programme supports our young students in setting realistic goals for their future careers.  They are able to ascertain clear goals and portfolio requirements for their future studies at University.

Entrance requirements:

  1. Ages between 14 and 15 for year one of IGCSE.
  2. IEB, NSC applicants must have a “B” symbol as overall average. Only Grade 8 going to Grade 9 application will be considered.
  3. Passed final year of Cambridge Lower secondary.
  4. Passed Year 9 (UK standards)
  5. Passed Year 3 of MYP (IB)
  6. Entrance assessment required with a minimum overall score for acceptance. Accompanying an interview or letter of recommendation from current school.

Sixth Form / AS and A levels

Our two-year programme of AS Level (Advance Subsidiary) or A Level (Advance Level)

Subjects (chooce a minimum of two and a maximum of three): All subjects available in our subject choice form.

Thousands of learners worldwide gain places at leading universities every year with Cambridge International AS & A Levels. The syllabuses develop a deep understanding of subjects and independent thinking skills.  We offer an individualized curriculum, and learners can choose to specialise in a particular subject area or study a range of subjects.

Six AS Level subjects over two years are recommended for students who want to pursue studies in South Africa, Canada or USA.

Three A Level subjects over two years are recommended for students who want to pursue studies in UK, Europe, Germany, Australia and Top USA Universities, etc.

Our unique PGP programme supports our young students in setting realistic goals for their future careers.  They are able to ascertain clear goals and portfolio requirements for their future studies at University.

Entrance requirements:

  1. Ages between 16 and 18.
  2. IEB applicants Grade 11 with a minimum of six subjects: Subjects to be done on A Level must be “A” symbols. Remaining subjects a minimum of a “B” symbol.
  3. CAPS (National Curriculum) applicants Grade 12 with a minimum of six subjects: Subjects to be done on A Level must be “B” symbols.
  4. IGCSE applicants with a minimum of six subjects: Applicants are required to have obtained an “B” symbol in the subject they want to pursue on A Level. Remaining subjects a minimum of a “C” symbol.
  5. Entrance assessment required with a minimum overall score for acceptance. Accompanying an interview or letter of recommendation from current school.

Scholarship applications available for High School and A Level applicants,  Download the scholarship application here.

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