American Curriculum

American Curriculum

The American Curriculum follows a broad and balanced approach towards learning, which is supported by an array of different co-curricular activities. It is based on high standards of achievement in all subject areas.

An international school with American Curriculum begins with kindergarten at age 5. The school continues through Grade 12, after which students are awarded with the American High School Diploma at age 17. The American Diploma is recognised and accepted for entrance by all universities and colleges, not only in United States, but also by other renowned universities across the world.

Schools following the American Curriculum have a diverse, enquiry based, hands-on and individualised approach towards teaching and instruction. All American Curriculum schools are accredited by renowned educational associations and boards such as the Council of International Schools and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

Key features of the American Curriculum
  • Offered by American international schools worldwide.
  • Broad, balanced and student-centred.
  • Standardised tests are benchmarked by American international schools around the world.
  • Leads to SAT and advanced placement test for university admission.
  • Recognised by US and Canadian universities.