The Times Senior Schools strike a perfect balance between a rigorous curriculum and a vast extracurricular program. The aim of the senior schools is to prepare our students for A Level, university, and beyond. Our Senior Schools follow the CAIE syllabus.
For Grades 7 and Grade 8 our curriculum is focused on the holistic development of our students. In addition to the core curriculum, students also take Digital Learning classes, learning 21st century skills in the process.
Introduction to O Level
In Grade 9, students are introduced to the world of O Level with a variety of new subjects including biology, chemistry and physics, bringing their total subject tally to 12. While this may seem daunting at first, the diversity of subjects is an integral part of the O Level experience, giving students an opportunity to explore their academic interests, before they have to make a pivotal decision at the end of the year.
The Times also offers counseling services for its students. Academic counselors meet with students starting in Grade 9 to help them map out their future. Counselors assess individual strength and weaknesses, academic interests and career objectives before designing a blue print to success. Academic counselors also help students with their subject selection for O and A Level and meet with both students and parents individually or in group settings.