GCSE in Rugby School in England
The certificate of incomplete secondary education can be obtained after passing through the Rugby School academic two-year educational program. GCSE is issued on receipt of successful grades in a nationwide single exam in two subjects from the compulsory list (English, mathematics or a foreign language) and three academic disciplines to choose from. As alternative, it is better to give preference to those courses whose subjects will be devoted to a possible future profession.
The quality and quantity of collective and independent work in classes and laboratory classrooms is assessed throughout the year. Regularly conducted testing and assessing the intensity of individual student work.
In order to receive the GCSE at Rugby School, the student can choose the established standard list of natural subjects, six foreign languages (including Russian, Greek and Latin), several subjects of the art history cycle (music, dramatic art) or the basics of physical culture.