High school level at Heritage International School begins in the 10th grade, and the students study according to the Cambridge Advanced program.

Cambridge International Advanced Program: AS & A Level qualifications

After IGCSE, students continue their high school studies with the Cambridge Advanced program.
Cambridge Advanced is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education. Cambridge International AS Level is typically one year, and Cambridge International A Level is a two-year course.
To gain Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications, students and their parents are free to decide how many subjects they want to study (4 subjects required) and choose from a range of assessment options, 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. Each subject that a learner takes receives a separate grade. Some subjects can be started as a Cambridge International AS Level and extended to a Cambridge International A Level.

AS & A Level qualifications are 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