P.O.Box-51477 Jeddah-21543, KSA
The IGCSE and the GCE Advance level have international credibility as an educational qualification and are widely accepted as prestigious university entrance qualifications. Al Hukamaa International School is licensed to offer these programs and the external examinations are conducted by the University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate in the United Kingdom. These courses are taken and the examinations written by students in grades ten, eleven and twelve.
Throughout the current academic year all students will be continuously assessed with homework assignments, quizzes and end of topic tests. Their behavior and social interaction with teachers and their peers will also be taken into account. Any student can achieve an overall percentage of more than 97% by the end of their 2nd Term monthly test do not need to sit for the final examination. At Hukmaa, Grades 7 and 8 are preparatory years for the IGCSE Examinations which is done in the 10th Grade.
In Grade 9, students may choose up to eight subjects for their IGCSE from the following to complete 60% of the CIE syllabus at the end of that academic year.
The IGCSE curriculum will be continued in grade ten where the remaining 40% of the curriculum will be completed before March in that Academic Year. In April of this year they will be practicing the past examination papers for their examinations to be held in the month of May. Note, all students will have to follow all the subjects in red.
Al Hukamaa will be introducing the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level for the Academic year 2013-2014 and students be able to choose from the above a minimum of 3 subjects to be written at the May Examination of 2014. At the end of 10th Grade, students should have a minimum of 8 IGCSE subjects to allow them to continue in the 11th Grade.
Students must strive to maintain at least a A grade. If not, they would not be able to complete the AS level courses and are advised either to rewrite the desired subjects in the November session or to follow the American SAT program which the school will introduce in the Academic Year 2013-2014. We are now in the final stages of approval from the American accredited Advanced Education.
The school will be offering the following subjects at the GCE Advance Level:
Students at the Advanced Level (AS and A2) may also graduate with an Al Hukamaa Diploma at the ending of grade twelve.A maximum of 5 subjects may be taken in the grade eleven at the AS level, and these chosen subjects can be continued in the grade twelve for the A2 to complete the GCE Advance Level requirements.
All students following any of the above systems can write the SAT 1 Examinations at the end of grade eleven if they so desire. The SAT 2 Examinations may be written before or upon graduation, and students must pass all the six school based examinations at the Advanced Level or Standard Level and obtain the required minimum of twenty three credits to be able to graduate with an Al Hukamaa Diploma. The Diploma will be internationally accredited by Advanced Education. All students following the American (SAT) system must choose at least six subjects, one from each of the following school-based subject group.
or one further subject from the above. For your children to achieve the best results, we require parents to supervise their children closely at home to ensure they do their home assignments and spend more time studying.
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