Curriculum

Cambridge A-Level Program

A-Level (General Certificate of Education Advanced Level), the Cambridge Curriculum, is a universal curriculum system in the United Kingdom. It is the advanced level course of the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) examination, and is also the university entrance examination course for students in the United Kingdom. A-Levels are accepted by almost all English-medium universities as an entry criterion for new students.

As a British system of in-depth learning, it provides students with a wide choice of subjects and opportunities for in-depth study. Students will have the opportunity to choose subjects including Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, English Literature, Psychology, Computing, Geography, History, etc. The A-Level program focuses on academic depth and independent thinking, aiming to develop students’ critical thinking, problem solving and independent research skills. Students will lay a solid foundation for future university studies and career planning through in-depth study of a small number of core subjects.

OSSD Programs in Canada

OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) is one of the world’s highest quality, most authoritative, and most advanced non-test-based secondary education systems, and is recognized by universities in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong as a universal diploma for entry into the world’s top schools. It is a common diploma for entering the world’s top schools.

Students will engage in English, math, science, and social science to meet the admission requirements of local Canadian universities. The Ontario High School program focuses on practical applications and real-world problem solving, developing teamwork and hands-on skills. Students will have the opportunity to earn an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, which provides a strong foundation for entry into local Canadian universities.