The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically… Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”
~ Martin Luther King Jr., American civil rights leader (1929-1968)
This is the critical time when we support the final stages of development and growth before our youth transit into adulthood where they will have more independence and choices together with responsibility.
In these High School years, students will:
- Have increased opportunities to exercise leadership in heading Student Council and the various student organisations, being role models for younger students and organising Service learning projects to reach out to the wider community
- Be given diagnostic tests and career counseling to help students choose the right university courses to read based on their assessed career inclinations. Close guidance in their university application process to enhance acceptance into choice universities
- Participate in the University Fair Day which brings together top local and overseas universities to share information on their entry requirements and application procedures
- Receive strong scholastic support needed to help them consolidate their learning, culminating in excellent performance at the Cambridge A Level examinations