Advanced Mathematics (AMTS)
This course prepares all students in grades 9-11 intending to take the SAT exam with a comprehensive guideline to SAT strategies and techniques. The course covers the Reading, Writing and Language, and Mathematics content found on the exam, along with an in-depth and extensive guide to the optional essay. By the end of the course, students will have an opportunity not only to master effective test-taking strategies, but also to thoroughly practice using material covered during class, homework, and proctored full-length practice tests.
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
In this course, students cover all the basic skills and strategies needed to undertake the IELTS Academic Module test with confidence. Students will familiarize themselves with the different kinds of questions that appear in each section of the test and, through guided practice, they will become skilled at answering all question types. They will also practice grammar structures, vocabulary, and functional language relevant to each section. Mock tests will be administered regularly with a particular emphasis on providing individual feedback and advice to students.
The aim of this course is to develop students' knowledge and understanding of the role and conduct of quantitative and qualitative research. The course takes a step-by-step approach to the design and implementation of quantitative and qualitative techniques including case study, surveys, interviews, participant observation, textual and media analysis. Students will be able to manage and analyze data and will be equipped with the knowledge and ability to undertake original research projects.
This course is designed to teach about effective personal financial management. The course is designed for high school students, who are soon to start their life journey with personal finances. Practical knowledge and necessary skills will be main goals of the course.
Advanced English is a course designed for students to extend their knowledge in grammatical aspect of the language and to practice it accurately and appropriately with control and without overwhelming. In the lessons, students learn the target language in different thought-provoking contexts with the goal of communicating fluently.
This course is aimed preparing students for 21st century learning. The main goal of the course is to teach and assess digital concepts and skills to use computer technology in everyday life to develop new social and economic opportunities.
This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to develop communicative and interactional skills. It helps to acquire analysing and problem-solving skills by working on different cases. Students will learn data collection tools and have a hands-on experience.
This course provides teenage learners with a motivating opportunity to practice their English in a meaningful context and with a clear goal. It allows students to consolidate the language that they have learnt and encourages them to acquire new vocabulary and expressions. PBL course helps to provide a strong team feeling within a class and builds strong relationships among learners.
This course includes fundamentals of logic, reasoning, and practical applications of critical thinking in both academic disciplines and real-life scenarios. Over the course, students learn the basics of logic, such as premises, conclusions, and arguments. In addition, such aspects as logical fallacies are investigated, followed by a number of individual and group projects aimed at applying the acquired knowledge and tools.
Additional time for communication with students, for educational, cognitive, and informative purposes.
College and Career Counseling
This program aims to build knowledge about the value and importance of the professional definition of students. This program is built on the basic principles of career guidance and aspects of psychology, allowing you to create an individual development path for each student. In the process of learning, students acquire the knowledge necessary for passing the procedure for admission to foreign and domestic universities, which includes writing motivation letters, creating a portfolio, searching for educational institutions according to the student's interests.