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How can your 12-14 year old begin their journey with CGA? We offer a variety of options for students looking to accelerate their studies, gain access to expert teaching and international qualifications.

How can you begin preparing for high school?

Have you ever wondered what high school classes will be like? Are you worried that your English language level is not up to par for high school? Lots of students moving to high school are worried about what they will encounter in the new environment. It is also a time when course structures, assessments and grading start changing in many school systems.

Many students start preparing for university as early as age 11. They start thinking about ways to set themselves apart from their peers in order to stand out to admissions officers. One way to do this is start taking some high school level classes early and understanding how to study in a higher-stress environment. Adding a part-time class after normal school hours can be a great way to learn more about high school classes.

Taking high school classes can also prepare you for exams that most students have to take for their qualifications. Most high school pathways require some form of cumulative standardized exams that might be intimidating for many students. So familiarizing yourself with these types of exams will be helpful going forward.


How can CGA help you?

Early preparation for high school begins by selecting the correct subjects that will guide on as you progress in your learning journey. By taking classes that will help you understand what subject matter is like in high school, you will be better prepared to face the challenges of advanced learning. At CGA we offer two options for students at the secondary level: the Pre-IGCSE programme and the Academic ESOL programme.

Our admissions process

Enrolment to CGA is competitive as we aim to maximise personalised learning and student success through small class sizes. There are 4 easy steps to join CGA.

Fill in the application form

An Academic Advisor will contact you to explain our application process. You will be asked to submit an academic transcript and proof of English proficiency, if English is not your first language.

Schedule the online diagnostic test

The test will determine your academic ability regardless of age or grade level.

Admissions Interview

Once the test is complete, we will review your results and conduct a final interview to confirm your subject choices.

Confirm your Enrolment

You will submit your final enrolment forms and we will be ready to welcome you to CGA and set you up for classes.