A Level is a two year course that leads to two exams: AS Level at the end of Grade 11 and A Level at the end of Grade 12
Teaching staff and support from VAS
The A Levels Programme at VAS will be delivered by the most experienced and qualified teachers mainly from the U.K and America who have had at least 3-5 years of experience teaching the A Levels Programme in other countries. The Programme will be supervised by a team of highly qualified Subject Specialists and Department Heads.
A Levels Programme students at VAS are provided with the following supports:
- A dedicated mentor from the staff to discuss and monitor student academic progress throughout the Programme
- Guidance and tailored support from subject specialists and subject examiners and moderators
- A college advisory and career counselling services to enable students to gain admissions into the right courses and the right university that suits their academic ability and career direction
- Independent study area and learning aids
A Level Students at VAS will have an opportunity to take part in some extracurricular activities to enrich their academic experiences and develop 21 century skills such as critical thinking, comprehension and research skills, as well as presentation, independent study and debating skills. This will help enhance their profile significantly for university admission purpose.
- Students will have the opportunity to attend relevant lectures delivered by outside specialist speakers.
- Students will be given the opportunity to get involved with outreach programmes involving the local and wider community.
- Students will be given the opportunity to take part in the Leadership Courses, Young Enterprise or Debating Competitions