LyceumHigh school level at Heritage International School will be launched later, once the first class of students will graduate the Gymnasium and will be promoted to higher grades.
Cambridge International A-Level program
After IGCSE, students will continue their high school studies with the Cambridge International A-Level program (3-4 subjects). Students and their parents are free to decide how many subjects they want to study, depending on their career choice, individual preferences and abilities, previously studied subjects, but also taking into account the requirements of the universities where they want to apply.
The first Heritage high school graduates will be the class of 2022. In addition to the baccalaureate exams (BAC), the 12th grade graduates will also take the Cambridge exams and obtain the A Level diploma (at the age of 18), the equivalent of an International Baccalaureate, following the Cambridge International model. It materializes in a series of internationally recognized qualifications, with which the student can subsequently apply to the university.
A Level is a program recognized by major universities around the world, by global employers, and represents an international passport for development and success.
Learn more: Cambridge Programmes and Qualifications – A Guide for Parents