Beyond The Classroom
Crimson Global Academy (CGA) challenges students with rigorous, reputable and internationally recognised curricula, and provides access to experienced teachers that have helped students gain admissions to the world's most elite universities.
Students can enrol full-time or take classes part-time in addition to attending their local high school, giving them access to a broader range of subjects and curriculums on a flexible schedule.
We are proud to announce that Crimson Global Academy has been honoured as one of the Top 3 finalists for the renowned World's Best School Prizes in Innovation!
This recognition is a testament to our commitment to providing an exceptional educational experience that puts our students on the world stage.
Study forces and motion; electricity; waves; energy resources and transfers; solids, liquids and gases; magnetism and electromagnetism; radioactivity
English is an important part of further studies. Students gain experience with styles of language, language techniques, and grammar.
Study principles of chemistry; inorganic and organic chemistry; and physical chemistry.
Students will study the history of one country through four key topic areas over an extended time scale and for the interpretations of events.
Students will study Organic Chemistry; Energetics, Group Chemistry, Halogenoalkanes & Alcohols; Transition Metals & Organic Nitrogen Chemistry.
CGA is not a one-size-fit-all school. Each family commences their journey through a highly personalized 30-min discovery call (via zoom or phone call) with an experienced Admissions Officer to:
Speak to an advisor to understand what enrolment options and classes suit your child’s needs and begin their journey with CGA!
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Yes, at Crimson Global Academy we offer full-time enrolment options for students aged 13-18 in the International GCSE curriculum. Speak to an advisor to get started.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are college-level classes that US high school students take. A good score in the AP exams can translate into college credit as well.
CGA offers part time AP classes - which means you can take them in the evenings or weekends to secure college credit while in high school.
Enrolling at CGA is easy. We offer both full time and part time options for the International GCSE, A Levels and AP curriculum. Speak to an advisor to get started.
At CGA we offer flexible enrolment options with two major intakes - in January and September - each year. If you want to join outside of these intake times, speak to an advisor to learn more.
Most universities worldwide accept international curricula like the GCSEs and A Levels. At CGA all our students graduate with an academic transcript that can be submitted for applications to global universities. However, you should still check with your university about particular admissions criteria.
If you are ready to accelerate ahead of your traditional school year, you might be able to complete high school early. However, many schools do now allow students to accelerate.
At CGA, you study to your ability, not age. By taking classes and exams based on your ability, you could accelerate past the traditional school age to graduate early. Speak to an advisor to find out more.