Our Thingangyun and Taunggyi branches offer secondary education in line with a modern up to date curriculum and facilities delivered by highly qualified and experienced international and local teachers that meet and in some cases, exceed the latest Cambridge standards.
Arriving at the Secondary level is a monumental and meaningful step for every student. This stage presents a growing awareness and sets in motion, an understanding of the world around them, and their own place in it. With sharpened cognitive, evaluative, demonstrative and social skills, students gain lifelong tools that will carry them far into their chosen future in academia and/or beyond.
Our secondary schools are purpose built facilities where your son or daughter demonstrates their ability to reach further than their basic education in primary years. Theses schools have been designed to exhibit the best of our children’s talents, skills and abilities in all areas, and to challenge them to go beyond what is expected in many other schools. Our philosophy of education at the secondary level is one that expects students to intellectually confront assumptions, think for themselves, arrive at creative solutions and constantly question the environment around them.
Their academic career in our preschool and primary schools has prepared them to make significant contributions to their community. They understand the importance of charity, humility and independence. They have learned to distinguish right from wrong, put others first and share resources. They have a curiosity and respect for the diverse world around them.
Students can start attending Secondary-1 at age 12 and the secondary years last for 6 years until Secondary-6 (A level year).
Arriving at the secondary level is a monumental and meaningful step for every student. This stage presents a growing awareness and sets in motion, an understanding of the world around them and their own place in it.
Secondary School Course
In secondary, students are expected to demonstrate their commitment to our school’s outcomes by sharing them with the community both locally and at large. Their written work is expected to reflect these values and their examinations require that they defend their opinions without recourse to rote responses. In summary, we teach them to be able to express themselves in humane, respectful and intellectual ways.