Year 7 – Year 9
Students follow the Ed excel program in this program we take students through a wide range of subjects (12) that includes, Math, English, Science, Languages, foreign language technical and Humanities. Each year, pupils build on skills and knowledge with the aim of providing a solid foundation in their academics
Year 10 -Year 11
In Year 10, students start to prepare for their IGCSE examinations. Maths and English are compulsory subjects and each student must have atleast 1 science, humanity and a technical. Help and support is offered during this important decision and pupils are encouraged to think about their choices in the context of possible A levels or further education. IGCSE and GCSE examinations are mostly taken at the end of Year 11.
O Level admissions
Our admissions are done in September (start of our academic year) however students may be accepted at any time of the year .one is required to fully fill the application form and attach the supporting documents
A Level admissions
A level students must meet our general requirement of 5 GCSEs grades including English. Grade C and above in the subject or related subject at GCSE in order to qualify to study at A Level.
All applicants must provide copies of their passports or copies birth certificate, previous report and leaving certificate from previous school
We subject incoming students are subjected to an oral interview and a test in the following subjects ENGLISH, MATHS AND ANY SCIENCE. The test is meant to help the teacher understand the Childs capability before joining any class, after which we guide the student and set a target on the academic performance.
We are committed to providing an education characterized by excellence, offering not only national and international academic programs but also providing a suitable environment for additional activities that students often choose for themselves.
We aspire to create an environment that creates a whole person and to involve all stakeholders in the achievement of our aspirations, academically changing a school to be an open institution where small groups of students and pupils interact with the aim of helping each individual student to achieve set goals.