Monthly Fee for 12 months

R7 750*

Full qualification fee commences in July

R93 000

*For more information on fees
Apply now

International A Levels Qualification

Students eligible
18 - 19 years of age who have successfully completed their International AS Levels qualification or matric exemption qualification

Duration
12 months

Number of subjects required
4 subjects

Enrolment period
July only

Monthly Fee for 12 months

R7 750*

Full qualification fee commences in July

R93 000

*For more information on fees
Apply now

Introduction

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Subject Selection

International AS-Level students are required to take a total of 4 subjects. Any additional subjects will incur an additional cost.

Due to the complexities of university entrance requirements and a student’s individual academic path, your admissions counselor will be on hand to assist you with your child’s subject selection.

Subjects

A summary of each Junior High subject on offer is listed below.

01
Biology

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • The aims and objectives of the Pearson Edexcel International AS Levels Biology course are to enable students to develop: essential knowledge and understanding of different areas of the subject and how they relate to each other; and demonstrate a deep appreciation of the skills, knowledge and understanding of scientific methods; competence and confidence in a variety of practical, mathematical and problem-solving skills; interest in, and enthusiasm for the subject, including developing an interest in further study and careers associated with the subject; understanding of how society makes decisions about scientific issues and how the sciences contribute to the success of the economy and society.
02
Business

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
03
Chemistry

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
04
English

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
05
Geography

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
06
History

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
07
Mathematics

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.
08
Physics

Exit Level Outcomes:

  • Recall key vocabulary and phrases from a variety of topics.
  • Demonstrate the ability to extract, organise and summarise information from a variety of written and spoken texts.
  • Illustrate a working knowledge of the language by applying and rectifying language conventions to written texts.
  • Deduce meaning from a variety of written and spoken texts.Evaluate language use, viewpoint and literary elements in texts.
  • Present self-composed simple writing tasks with a specific form, audience and purpose.

Calendar Framework

Junior High calendar For A Levels Intake (12 month)
*Dates are subject to change

Semester
1

Term 1

Term 2

Term 4

Term 6

Mid - Semester Break

Mid - Semester Break

Mid - Semester Break

General Orientation Course (GOC)

Academic Modules

Academic Modules

Academic Modules

Academic Modules

Academic Modules
Internal Examinations

Academic Modules
Final Examinations

Jan - April

Jan - March

July - Sept

April

September

April

April - June

April - June

Oct - Dec

June

Dec - Jan

Semester Break

Semester Break

Semester
2

Semester
3

Term 3

Term 5

Semester 1

Term 1

January - April

General Orientation Course (GOC)

Academic Modules

Mid - Semester Break

April

Term 2

April - June

Academic Modules

Semester Break

June

Semester 2

Term 3

July - September

Academic Modules

Mid - Semester Break

September

Term 4

October - December

Academic Modules

Internal Examinations

Semester Break

December - January

Semester 3

Term 5

January - March

Academic Modules

Mid - Semester Break

April

Term 6

April - June

Academic Modules

Final Examinations

Additional Cost & Information

Extra Fees
Application Fees
Placement Fees
Boutique Campus Placement fee (R3 500)

Additional subjects
Additional subjects (R 12 000 per subject, per 12 month qualification)
Students are required to take 4 of the 8 subjects on offer.

Qualification cost will remain unchanged, however monthly payments may differ depending on the timetabled length of each qualification, and date of student enrolment (if late).

Examination fees for International A-Level Qualification at R12,000 per sitting at the end of the Qualification in June.

Boutique Campus monthly surcharge - R 2 500
Boutique Campus Extracurricular Activities
External International Examinations - R12 000

Science Kit
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