Springbank’s Senior School is unique. With smaller class sizes and an individualised learning focus, our senior students enjoy being part of a smaller social group. The supportive, cohesive, and positive environment that our senior students and teachers create together, is something that sets Springbank apart. Our seniors encourage, challenge, and support one another to inspire success across a range of facets whether it be academia, leadership, community, enterprise, sport, or the performing arts.
In Years 10 - 13, students choose an academic pathway that suits their strengths and abilities. There is a wide range of subjects to choose from. All teaching staff are extremely competent subject specialists and committed to each student achieving the best that they can.
The Senior Cambridge International Examinations begin at Year 10 with a two-year International General Certificate for Secondary Education (IGCSE) course. This is formally examined at the end of Year 11, marked and graded internationally. Students then go on to study A Levels at Year 12 and 13, which allows entry to University.
IGCSE typically requires 7 - 8 subjects.
A levels typically require 3 - 4 subjects per year.
Second languages such as French, German, Japanese, and Spanish can be available through arranged tutors.