The academic year is divided into three trimesters where the credits are accumulated each trimester. The American curriculum is designed to prepare students for university in the United States and other countries worldwide.

The American or US Curriculum is based on American Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Next-Generation Science Standards. This gives more creative freedom to tailor the curriculum based on individual needs.

It offers a broad and balanced educational approach supported by a wide range of cocurricular activities, providing students a unique environment for developing the skills they need to become well-rounded students capable of excelling in all subject areas.

Personalized instructions are geared towards inquiry-based, hands-on teaching methods, and world class learning strategies.


Curriculum Benefits

Worldwide Recognition

The American curriculum is considered the gold standard of learning due to its accreditation. Students who take the American curriculum are eligible to attend any college or university of their choice locally or internationally.

Teacher & Student Relationship

The American curriculum encourages both teachers and students to have a lenient and amicable interaction while inspiring respect and appreciation for more rigorous educational approaches.

Active Learning

Students earn in groups which guides them in acquiring critical social skills while the teachers instill in them the yearning to learn. Students are encouraged to learn and discuss in an open environment.

Precedency to Creativity

The American curriculum is structured to encourage soft skills such as innovation, creativity, and critical thinking. Other skills such as communication, and collaboration are encouraged and applied to maintain creativity among students.


Effective Training & Teaching

Help students explore connections across the four domains of science, including Physical Science, Life Science, Earth and Space Science, and Engineering Design. When these concepts, such as “cause and effect”, are made explicit for students, they can help students develop a coherent and scientifically-based view of the world around them.

Describe what scientists do to investigate the natural world and what engineers do to design and build systems. The practices better explain and extend what is meant by “inquiry” in science and the range of cognitive, social, and physical practices that it requires.

Students engage in practices to build, deepen, and apply their knowledge of core ideas and crosscutting concepts. The key ideas in science that have broad importance within or across multiple science or engineering disciplines.


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