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Secondary Courses (F1-F3)  

Small groups format (no more than 6 students), course worksheets assigned based on the current progress of the students. Students must complete all of the exercises, and the instructor will lead the class through each worksheet, explaining and correcting mistakes that were made.

Chinese language: Includes ―

              - Language familiarity and application (includes classic Chinese poetry)

              - Writing practice (includes commentary writing)

              - Word passage reading (classical and contemporary literature)

              - Integrated application (topic-based learning, includes reading/writing)

English Language: Includes ―

              - Vocabulary usage

              - Writing practice

              - Word passage reading

              - Linguistics

Mathematics:

Based on the needs of each of our students, we distribute worksheets of the appropriate level (includes short-answer and multiple choice) to reinforce their pre-existing knowledge. In order to stay on the same page with the progress of our students, they must update our instructors on their progress at the beginning of each lesson, so that exercises of the appropriate level can be arranged.

Integrated Science:

The science curriculums of Hong Kong have become gradually more integrative over the years. Science at the primary level has changed from the original clear-cut divisions between disciplines, with more integrated approaches becoming more and more common. The strength of the new curriculum lies in its strong focus on the interconnected nature between scientific disciplines, along with their impacts on current technological developments as well as the society at large.

For students just entering secondary school, integrated science is a subject that is both novel and familiar. The familiarity comes from its similarity with General Studies in primary school. Its novelty is due to the addition of more advanced concepts and theories.

For F3 science curriculums, there exists a large gap between different schools. Some schools extend the integrated sciences model beyond the first two years, and others begin to split it into the three individual disciplines: physics, chemistry, and biology. For students suddenly facing three highly specialized subjects after years of an integrated science curriculum, it can be difficult to make the required adjustments. Beyond this, because every school is so different, most supplementary curriculums may not be suited to support the school courses. To account for this, our lessons are primarily supplementary, to complement the needs of our students, no matter their school curriculum. For this reason, students must provide our instructors with their in-school course materials and current progress, so that we can prepare courseware that supports the needs of our students.

 

Secondary Courses (F4-F6) 

Small groups format (no more than 6 students), course worksheets assigned based on the current progress of the students. Students must complete all of the exercises, and the instructor will lead the class through each worksheet, explaining and correcting mistakes that were made.

Chinese language:

     Course contents include linguistics, reading/writing practice, literary analysis, and Chinese cultural learning and enhancement. Includes ―

-    Language familiarity and application

-    Classical Chinese knowledge and application

-    Writing practice (includes commentary writing)

-    Word passage reading (classical and contemporary literature)

-    Integrated application (topic-based learning, includes reading/writing)

English language:

     Contents include reading/writing practice, sentence structure, literature analysis, and an introduction to a variety of different types of literature and prose. Includes ―

-    Advanced-level grammar/syntax training

-    Vocabulary practice

-    Writing practice

-    Featured article reading

-    Literary text analysis

Mathematics:

Our mathematics curriculum is split into compulsory and elective sections. Due to the variable learning needs of our students, we allow our students to select which parts of our courses will be the most useful for them, focusing on the most important topics.

Compulsory

-             Algebra

-             Units, Shapes and Space

-             Data Management

                           

Elective Part

-             M1:Calculus and Statistics

-             M2:Algebra and Calculus

Due to the different needs of each student, they must provide our instructors with their in-school course materials and current progress every week before class.

Science:

            Science education at this level is intended to allow students to freely choose different disciplines that interest them, at the depth and complexity that they desire. At the same time, it also allows them extra time to pursue other subjects of interest, such as the arts or humanities, in order to obtain a balanced and well-rounded education.

            Science courses are split into:      

            - Physics

            - Chemistry

            - Biology

            - Combined Science

            - Integrated Science

                           

Due to the flexibility provided by the separation of disciplines, students can focus on the subjects that interest them the most. We’ve also arranged our science courses so that individualized training can be provided for each of our students, to reinforce and improve the most important areas. Thus, due to the different needs of each student, they must update instructors with their in-school course materials and current progress every week before class.

Economics:

Economics encompass a wide variety of components. Beyond simply studying the units and modules that schools test for, the field of macroeconomics include topics such as the AD-AS model, the money market, fiscal policies, and monetary policies. These topics all require a strong theoretical understanding of the concepts.

Our curriculum extends beyond the limitations of a traditional classroom format. Using “supply and demand” as the starting point, we explore economic theories and their origin, rationale, and applications. Through this multifaceted approach, students will easily come to understand and learn to apply these theories to basic as well as emergent economic phenomenon.

Due to the slight differences in curriculum between schools, we allow students to flexibility select material that will be relevant for their school courses, in order to better suit their academic needs. To complement that, students must regularly update instructors on their current progress in school.

Business, Accounting, and Financial Studies (BAFS):

This course is specifically designed for BAFS students, and included are a compulsory part (Introduction to Accounting) and an elective part (Financial Accounting) for students to enroll in. This course can flexibly complement the needs of different students, matching the curriculum of their individual secondary schools. As long as the students update our instructors regularly about their school progress, we will definitely be able to keep up and match the secondary school curriculum appropriately.

  

 

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