The Advanced level (A-level) department was introduced shortly after the school was accredited a British international school. That is, the school possesses the licence to operate the British curriculum in addition to the schools existing curriculum. The A’ level programme is the final step after senior secondary class iii and the stage before university.

The A level curriculum is designed to be an engaging experience that intentionally integrates many of the same demands and opportunities that students will find in University. Advanced level (A LEVEL) take core academic and social requirements, but also have several opportunities to direct their own education through courses of their choosing, which will in turn shape the degree they go on to study at university. The heart of our Alevel program is an inspired faculty representing an extraordinary breadth of experience and interests that they share willingly with students. Teachers create an environment in which students are excited to show up early, happy to stay late, and eager to participate in class. Rapport drives classroom discussions in which teachers and students push each other to take learning further. The common thread among our entire faculty is a profound commitment to each child and relentless optimism in their potential.

The result: a quiet confidence that serves our graduates well in university–confidence to assert themselves in their first university level assessments; to raise their hand in a class of hundreds; to live on their own for the first time; to meet with and question their professors; and to lead among their peers–traits that will also serve them well in life.