After IGCSE, students move into the Sixth Form and prepare themselves for life at university. Taught in small classes, they complete a two-year A-Level programme regarded as the gold standard in the British education system and recognised worldwide.
The Sixth Form years are both challenging and exciting. Students have an opportunity to choose subjects they enjoy, studying these subjects to a depth which, in many cases, overlaps with university undergraduate content. Many students also complete an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) which allows them to develop research skills and explore a topic of interest. Students also have an opportunity to contribute to the direction of the school by taking on key student leadership positions and enjoy growing independence.