Secondary 1 & 2 Subject Offered: (Grade 7 & 8)

Art, English, Bahasa Indonesia and Indonesian Studies, Christian Worldwide Studies, Computer Studies, General Science, Geography, History, Mandarin (Advanced/Mainstream/Basic), Mathematics, Physical Education.

Secondary 3 & 4 Subject Offered: (Grade 9 & 10)
Additional Mathematics/ Accounting*, Biology/ Combined Science*, Business Studies, Chemistry, Christian Worldwide Studies, Computer Studie/ Art*, Economics, English (First/ Second Language), Geography/ History*, Mandarin/ Bahasa Indonesia*, Mathematics, Physical Education, Physics

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GRADES 7 – 10
The Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is a curriculum and assessment system, suitable for schools and colleges around the world. The Cambridge IGCSE programme from CIE brings out the best in students and develops successful learners through a skills-based approach to teaching and assessing.

CIE first invented the Cambridge IGCSE in 1985, in consultation with international educators and using best practice in education from the UK. Since the first students received their qualification, CIE has continued to build and update the curriculum. Today, more than 4,000 schools worldwide are registered to teach Cambridge IGCSE and it is one of the most widely taken international qualifications in the world.

The curriculum encourages students not only to acquire knowledge, but also to:
1 Use an exploratory approach to problem solving
2 Have confidence in their ability to solve problem
3 Apply skills, knowledge and understanding
4 Undertake individual projects and work as part of a team
5 Develop oral and practical skills

Cambridge IGCSEs are internationally recognized by schools, universities and employers as equivalent in standard to the British GCSE and International GCE O Level examinations. The Cambridge Checkpoint curriculum is for students Secondary 1 and 2 (Grade 7 & 8). It is beginning courses leading to Cambridge IGCSE. It consists of a set of formal, diagnostic assessments in English, Mathematics and Science, which provide invaluable information on a student’s strrengths and weaknesses. The diagnostic reports generated by Checkpoint enable School to monitor students, predict performance in final examinations, tailor individual students’ learning programmes and provide information for reporting to parents.