Senior School (Year 10 to Year 12)
In the Senior School, students are encouraged to be life-long learners. Developing independent learning skills within a strong academic culture is a key element of the Senior School.
In Years 10-12 classes are graded in English and Mathematics. Science classes are also graded in Year 10. English is compulsory in Years 11 and 12 and Mathematics is compulsory in Year 11. Regular Biblical Studies seminars on a range of contemporary topics are also an integral part of the curriculum.
Students are offered a diverse curriculum with opportunities to specialise in subjects of their interest. Students are encouraged to develop a rigorous study routine and stretch themselves academically. They are supported academically by their Head of House, Head of Senior School and the Dean of Studies. A Year 12 Advisor also assists Year 12 students.
Students are able to participate in Senior Study Programme 4 times per week throughout the term. Year 12 students can also take advantage of a Senior Study Room in the Library.