Year 1 through Year 4
As students need not sit for the GCE O-Level examination in Secondary 4, they will engage in a broader range of learning experiences in both academic and non-academic areas.
JC1 and JC2 / Years 5 and 6
After Secondary 4, students will take a combination of subjects in these fields:
- Languages (e.g. Mother Tongue Languages).
- Humanities and the Arts (e.g. Economics, English Literature, Geography, History, Music).
- Mathematics and Sciences (e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computing).
At the end of year 6 (JC2), your child will sit for the GCE A-Level examination. Depending on their results, they may apply to universities.
Schools offering the Integrated Programme—GCE A-Level:
|Year 1 through Year 4||Junior college partner for JC1 and JC2|
|Catholic High School||Eunoia Junior College|
|CHIJ St. Nicholas Girls’ School||Eunoia Junior College|
|Singapore Chinese Girls’ School||Eunoia Junior College|
|Nanyang Girls’ High School||Hwa Chong Institution|
|Hwa Chong Institution (Secondary)||Hwa Chong Institution|
|Raffles Girls’ School||Raffles Institution|
|Raffles Institution (Secondary)||Raffles Institution|
|Victoria School||Victoria Junior College|
|Cedar Girls’ Secondary School||Victoria Junior College|
|Dunman High School||6-year programme|
|National Junior College||6-year programme|
|River Valley High School||6-year programme|
|Temasek Junior College||6-year programme|