Crimson Global Academy provides a personalised education experience.

We enable students to discover and develop their passions, and empower them to get ahead through our academic pathways.

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Our Admissions Process

Enrolment to CGA is competitive as we aim to maximise personalised learning and student success through small class sizes. There are four steps to joining CGA with the whole process typically taking 2-3 days.

Step 1: Book a Call with an Admissions Officer

During this call, an Admissions Officer will explore your child's academic interests, scheduling needs and suitability for online schooling. The session can be conducted either via Zoom or a phone call and typically lasts for 15-30 minutes. We recommend that both students and parents participate in the call to ensure that all your questions are answered.


Step 2: Complete Admissions Assessment

Students complete a brief online academic assessment in subjects such as mathematics, reading, and science. This, coupled with a recent school report (if available), helps us to suggest the most suitable classes for your child.

Step 3: Pathway Strategy and Enrolment

Your Admissions Officer will let you know the classes, timetable options and pricing for your child’s CGA enrolment. Once confirmed, the forms will be sent to get your child ready to join CGA.

Step 4: Student Onboarding

Final enrolment forms are submitted, paperwork is finalised and accounts are set up. We are now ready to welcome you to CGA!

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Homeschooling Registration Guide for Australian CGA Full-Time Students

Australian CGA students enrolled full-time are required to register for homeschooling with their state or territory government.

We provide assistance and guidance with applications. All Australian CGA students have had their home schooling applications approved.

See our guide below for more information.



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A 24/7 global timetable to suit multiple timezones.


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Reimagining learning for the future

CGA offers a unique opportunity for bright young children to develop their shared love of learning in a globally connected school. We give students the flexibility to study at a time and a pace that suits them, individualising their learning and structuring their timetable so education fits around their lives.


As a truly international school, CGA runs two school calendars.

The Aoraki calendar suits students in the southern hemisphere and runs for four terms, starting in February and ending in December.

Our Greenwich calendar suits northern hemisphere students and runs for three terms starting in September and ending in May of the following year.

Speak to an advisor to create a plan for you!

Key Application Dates
Edexcel GreenwichEdexcel Aoraki
Regular application deadline1st AugustNovember 30
Late application deadline1st SeptemberJanuary 29
Student Orientation4 SeptemberJanuary 19 - February 1
Term 1/First Semester5 September - 14 December February 2 - April 14

Frequently Asked Questions

When do classes start?

CGA has 2 calendars:

  • Southern Hemisphere school calendar (Feb – Dec)
  • Northern Hemisphere school calendar (Sept – July)

New classes start in February and Sept and each class lasts for roughly nine months, followed by an examination period. Examinations are usually held in June/July and October/November.

Where are external exams sat?

In New Zealand, examinations have to be sat in a physical property approved by Pearson Edexcel. Initially, this will be in Newmarket, Auckland. Additional examination centres will be approved throughout New Zealand.

Internationally, there are hundreds of approved examination centres. You can find an examination centre near you on Find a Pearson centre.

When are the examinations?

Pearson Edexcel examinations will be held in January, June and October for most International AS/A2 subjects, and January and June for most International GCSE subjects.

English Literature will be examined in January and June.

Can I start from any time?

Yes. Please reach out to our Enrolment Team to create a plan that ensures the student is able to catch up on missed classes.

How long do the qualifications take? Can I take them faster?

The standard duration for International GCSE and International AS-Level courses is 12 months each, and a further 12 months for International A-Level courses. It is possible, however, for highly motivated students to complete the qualification more quickly.

You can take as many subjects at different levels at any given time.

If needed, you can sit your examination at a later date. This is something that can be explored with your academic support team.