Senior School O/A Level
The Cambridge O level is one of the most recognized qualifications around the world. Cambridge O Level courses are renowned for developing vital educational skills, including the recall of knowledge, problem solving, decision making, evaluation and investigative skills. The resulting qualification provides a foundation for higher level courses, such as Cambridge International A and AS Levels, the Cambridge AICE, the North American Advanced Placement programme and the International Baccalaureate.
The A Level programme offers an invigorating educational experience; the choices and challenges are yours.
Merit scholarships may be availed at two levels. Firstly, deserving applicants may acquire scholarship on entering the programme. Secondly, students attaining 3 A’s in two consecutive testing may earn scholarships during the programme. Subsequently, their names enter the Director’s Roll of Honour. To remain eligible for the scholarship, a student must maintain an A grade in all subjects and 90% attendance in all classes. Failure to do so will result in the scholarship being transferred to the next deserving candidate.
A minimum of six O Level subjects or an A Grade Matriculation Certificate is a pre-requisite for applying.
Candidates applying for Science subjects should have taken the O Level courses in these subjects.
Art & Literature students who do not have an O Level in the subject will be tested.
O Level Subject Options
Global Perspectives (IGCSE)
History (Modern World Affairs)
Information and Communication Technology (IGCSE)
Students have to select a minimum of three optional subjects. Subjects are chosen in consultation with the career and college counsellors as well as the parents keeping in mind the student’s aptitude, preferences and abilities.
A Level Subject Options
The following subject combinations are being offered. Students choosing Groups 1-6 may select an additional subject from Group 7. Applicants are required to select a minimum of three subjects or maximum of four subjects.
Global Perspectives & Research
* A minimum of ten students are required to form a subject group.