Learn about our Secondary Programme – (ages 11- 17)

Asten College’s secondary education programme offers the Cambridge International Curriculum, renowned for its academic excellence and flexibility. Recognised and respected globally, it prepares students for success at university and beyond.

The secondary program is divided into two cycles:

Lower Secondary: 11-14 years old (Key Stage 3: Years 7-9)

Students cover the following subjects during the first cycle: English, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspective, Foreign Languages, Arabic Studies, Computing and Coding, as well as a variety of electives (Physical Education, Art, Music).

Upper Secondary: 14-17 years old

The second cycle includes:

Cambridge O Level (Years 10-12):

Students prepare for their IGCSE exams (International General Certificate of Secondary Education), a series of Cambridge international qualifications covering a wide range of courses, including Cambridge O Level English Language, Mathematics, Commerce, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Foreign Languages, Economics, Accounting, Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology, History, and Geography

Cambridge A Level (Year 11 and/or 12):

Students prepare for their A Level exams, which provide access to further studies and universities worldwide. A Level subjects include Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business, Economics, Accounting, Computer Science, Information Technology, International History, Geography, Psychology, and Law. All secondary courses are taught by distinguished professional IG teachers.