Advanced level is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who intend to acquire advanced education to prepare for university and higher education. Cambridge Advanced is built on the foundation of Cambridge Upper Secondary. The AS and A-Level curriculum empowers our students with the benefit of in-depth conceptual study of the core subjects that is essential for their further studies and career. Our globally-aligned syllabuses develop independent thinking skills and a deep understanding of subjects. The curriculum is designed to foster creativity and active imagination. Our students are encouraged to explore global and local issues, spanning from developmental aspects of the environment, international law, and conflicts to corporate governance and more. This is enabled by ensuring their active participation in MUN and various profile-building activities. Through inquiry, action, and reflection, we aim to develop a wide array of competencies and dispositions that encompass skills for thinking, working with others, communicating, self-management and research. Our thoroughly planned curriculum framework and courses offer students a broad, balanced, conceptual, and connected form of education.
Through participation in the various exchange programs, students cultivate a deeper sense of social and cultural understanding. In addition, students not only participate but also lead various activities such as Model United Nations (MUN), university fairs, various profile-building activities, STEM club, debate, videography, art appreciation, sporting activities, and a lot more.
At The Cambria International School, we inspire students to take up ‘The Community Service programme’ that encourages children to understand the challenges faced by different social groups and sensitizes them to the criticality of contributing meaningfully to the society and being compassionate to everyone.
Cambridge International AS and A Level cultivates learners’ knowledge, understanding, and skills in the following domains:
- In-depth subject content
- Independent thinking
- Assimilating and applying knowledge to new as well as familiar situations
- Handling and evaluating different kinds of information source
- Thinking logically and presenting ordered as well as coherent arguments
- Making the right judgment, recommendation, and decision in every situation
- Presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications, and communicating them logically and with brevity
- Communicating in excellent English and collaborating constructively with others