High School Curriculum
Our High School curriculum allows senior learners to explore engaging subjects, their capabilities, and the world around them. Depending on which educational pathway learners choose to study, the syllabus and subject options will differ; however, both academic curriculums encourage students to analyse, evaluate, research, present and explore the topics covered in class.
Both national and international High School programmes result in well-recognised qualifications. Both programmes are robust and seek to enable individuals to present their understanding of several subjects through weekly cycle testing and end-of-term formal assessments. At the end of Years 12 and 13, students must sit examinations and will be assessed on their ability to meet the learning objectives outlined in the course.
High School students on the Moroccan pathway sit 11th Grade regional examinations, which lead to the national baccalaureate diploma. Students who choose to follow the international path will sit UK-accredited examinations, leading to an international secondary education certificate. The national baccalaureate diploma is offered in both French and English.