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Academic achievement is central to St George’s College.

Students are encouraged to develop more independent learning styles and to take responsibility for their own learning rather than rely on their teacher. Our Teaching staff in turn are expected to create a dynamic and creative environment, fit for learning, with the aim of their students reaching their full academic potential.

Over a student’s school career, the courses provided lead to Cambridge International Examinations where his entry level (Form 1) subject choices will evolve into IGCSE Level and then into A Level choices. The pathway that a student follows is determined by the College, according to his/her age, ability and aptitude.  IGCSE Examinations are taken at the end of Form 4, AS Level at the end of Lower 6 and A Level Examinations at the end of Upper 6.

Beyond the requirements of the academic curriculum, our Jesuit Education ensures that students are exposed to a discussion of values connected to the content they may be covering in class.

Our Christian values are the starting point for the whole enterprise, and we believe that our Catholicity is our most powerful aid in achieving this goal. We are both open to and critical of the values around us and are outward-looking and in­volved in issues of justice and concern for the needy. The spirit of service to the community is the hallmark of all in the College family.