An international curriculum leading to globally recognised and valued qualifications
Grades 6 to 8
The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) is a rigorous academic program designed around the critical needs of the adolescent brain. Our program has a holistic focus, with special attention paid to the development of students' personal dispositions and values of international mindedness. Aimed at inspiring and engaging students, units cover globally relevant themes such as development, discovery, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
Our Middle Years program offers most subjects in English, including: mathematics, science, English literature, humanities, art, music, and physical education. Two subjects— Vietnamese literature and culture and Vietnamese history, civics, and geography— are offered as part of the program in Vietnamese.
Grades 9 & 10
Students in Grades 9 and 10 take exams at the end of each year in order to earn a Cambridge IGCSE.
TH School implements a holistic educational program following an 80/20 format. 80% of the curriculum is taught in English while the remaining 20% of the curriculum is taught in Vietnamese, focusing on essential elements of the Vietnamese curriculum.
In order to fulfill our holistic educational philosophy, TH School offers IGCSE courses in core academic subjects taught in English, Mathematics, Science and English, and bespoke courses in Visual Arts, Music and Physical Education. Courses taught in Vietnamese focus on essential elements of Vietnamese Language, Literature, History, Geography and Civics.
Grades 11 & 12
The A-Level program is a demanding pre-university internationally recognized course of study that leads to external exams at the end of Grades 11 and 12. TH students in Grades 11 and 12 take three A-Level subjects of their choosing supplemented with required courses in English Language and Vietnamese Literature, History and Culture. 100% of TH students in Grades 11 and 12 currently take three A-Level courses.
A-Level Courses Offered
- Business Studies
TH School offers full and half credit courses. Each full-year course passed earns one credit. Half credit courses earn 0.5 credit. 23 credits are needed to earn a TH School diploma. Credits can be earned at TH School or other accredited institutions.
Each non A-Level subject in Grades 11 and 12 meets approximately five times over a ten day cycle. A-Level courses meet seven times a cycle. Each period is 80 minutes.
Credit requirements needed to earn a TH School diploma are as follows: