The purpose of awarding advanced credit is to recognize advanced high-quality work, to preclude the duplication of courses, and to provide increased flexibility for students who wish to complete two majors, earn a certificate, or graduate early.
Students will not receive credit for multiple exams that award credit for the same or similar content.
All students will enrol on 3 linear A Levels and those students with an average GCSE points score of 6.5 and above will be able to study 4 A Levels.
A Level Progression will not be automatic - it will depend on several factors.
Students who receive an IB Diploma with a minimum score of 28 are eligible for 3 additional elective credits.
IB transcripts must be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment from the International Baccalaureate Organization.
Review the chart below to see how IB credit will be awarded.
Contact the language department to learn more about retroactive credits and to determine which type of credit (IB or retroactive) will best meet your needs.
You will need to have attended regularly and punctually and completed all your homework/coursework during the year.
You will need to have demonstrated that you are serious about your studies and you will need to have obtained an appropriate grade in the end of year exams.