Secondary Education is milestone that students will have to experience before they can enter the real world. This education is divided into sub-programmes such as Secondary School (Grade 7-9) and High School (Grade 10-12). In this same education, students are having specialised teacher for subject they studied. Students are experiencing more than eleven subjects with different weights.
1. This programme is transitioning from Primary School, and classes are rather taught by specialised teachers, where studentsare used to only one teacher teaches every subject.
2. Students will be focusing on solving complex problems, and they will be exposed to a lot more specialised subjects that independently stand by themselves.
3. Students will get to explore what they want to do in their future by exploring their what subjects they like and can be excelled at.
4. Students can work with differents teachers from different backgrounds, while exploring their own interests.
5. Students get to plan and find ways of study to prepare themselves for the Grade 12 National Examination.
1. Secondary School
a. Grade 7
b. Grade 8
c. Grade 9
2. High School
a. Grade 10
b. Grade 11
c. Grade 12
1. Subject Teachers
3. Classes are scheduled by hours rather than repeating the same classes every day.
4. Both teacher and student centered
5. Hand on experiences and field trips
1. Students will start their Secondary School journey in Grade 7 in more than 10 subjects per year. Grade 9 will be their first time experiencing a national exam following the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport procedures.
2. Classes and subjects are progressing from Grade 7 until Grade 12.
3. To manage time for their studies and develop new skills in supporting their preparations for Grade 12 National Examination.
4. To work individually and in group to complete their ends goals.
5. To form memorable friendships.
6. To prepare themselves for the undergraduate experiences and real-world life.