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St Andrews School
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Brief information: The program of increased complexity, in-depth study of selected subjects is suitable for international students who have precisely defined the priority discipline and direction in the university: this will help them to earn extra points and increase their chances of successful enrollment.

At St. Andrew's school there are about 30-35 subjects that can be studied at the AP level:

  • History of art;
  • The state and politics of the USA;
  • Informatics and computer literacy;
  • Higher mathematics (level AB);
  • Spanish Literature;
  • English;
  • History of the USA;
  • Chinese;
  • Physics (electricity and magnetism);
  • English literature;
  • Higher mathematics (BC level);
  • Microeconomics;
  • Studio art;
  • Physics (mechanics);
  • Environment;
  • European History;
  • Biology;
  • Macroeconomics;
  • Italian language;
  • Latin language;
  • Theory of Music;
  • French;
  • Geography;
  • Chemistry;
  • Statistics;
  • Spanish and others.
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Annual
15-18
from 62 280 $ / year

Quick overview: This is a universal, "classic" American curriculum for high school students in grades 9-12: they both complete the secondary school curriculum and are preparing to enter the chosen university.

The curriculum includes a variety of courses and research areas, each of which can be studied for at least a year (most of them are exams):

  • English;
  • Mathematics;
  • Computer science;
  • Natural sciences;
  • Modern foreign languages;
  • History;
  • Performing arts;
  • Classical languages ​​(Latin, Greek);
  • Theology (religious studies);
  • Life skills courses;
  • Fine Arts;
  • Public speaking and speaking skills.

Brief information: The program of increased complexity, in-depth study of selected subjects is suitable for international students who have precisely defined the priority discipline and direction in the university: this will help them to earn extra points and increase their chances of successful enrollment.

At St. Andrew's school there are about 30-35 subjects that can be studied at the AP level:

  • History of art;
  • The state and politics of the USA;
  • Informatics and computer literacy;
  • Higher mathematics (level AB);
  • Spanish Literature;
  • English;
  • History of the USA;
  • Chinese;
  • Physics (electricity and magnetism);
  • English literature;
  • Higher mathematics (BC level);
  • Microeconomics;
  • Studio art;
  • Physics (mechanics);
  • Environment;
  • European History;
  • Biology;
  • Macroeconomics;
  • Italian language;
  • Latin language;
  • Theory of Music;
  • French;
  • Geography;
  • Chemistry;
  • Statistics;
  • Spanish and others.
Annual
15-18
from 62 280 $ / year

Quick overview: The IB International Course, developed in Switzerland and successfully distributed around the world, is considered one of the most effective for preparation for the university. Its big plus is universality: the IB certificate is accepted all over the world, which does not limit international students in choosing the future country and university for training.

The program is designed for high school students aged 16-18 and for two academic years. Subjects for the personal curriculum students choose independently: 3 are studied at the standard level of complexity, 3 - on the advanced, in-depth. In order to avoid duplication of courses, all available subjects are divided into 6 thematic blocks - it is enough to choose one of each:

  • English, German;
  • Fine Arts, Music art, Cinematography;
  • Biology, Chemistry;
  • Mathematics, Mathematical research;
  • French, Spanish, Italian;
  • World religions and Theology, Psychology, History, Philosophy.

Most subjects are taught on two levels - the student, together with the teacher, determines at what level of difficulty he is ready to work. Language courses (Spanish, Italian and French) mean an option for beginners who have not previously studied this language. Note that according to the rules of the block of art (music, cinema) you can change and choose any subject from other groups.

In addition to the chosen classes, all students are trained in writing an extended academic essay (at least 4,000 words, the topic is consistent with the teacher), attend TOC lessons (general theory of knowledge) and CAS (Creativity, Service, Activity), develop critical and analytical thinking.

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