Years 7 to 10
Years 11 & 12
In Years 7 to 10, the secondary curriculum is currently based on the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS). From the beginning of 2012 the new Australian Curriculum will be gradually introduced commencing with English, Mathematics and Science.
Our curriculum guidelines define what is essential and developmentally appropriate for students to know and be able to do at each level of schooling and sets expected standards. The standards are central to the teaching and learning process. Assessment against these standards enables teachers, schools and parents to form a clear picture of individual student progress.
With the exception of Advanced Indonesian the language of instruction is English. A strong English as a Second Language (ESL) program (with in-class support) allows students from other language backgrounds to improve their proficiency in English.
AIS is affiliated with Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Department of Education and Training. Our senior students study courses accredited by the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies (BSSS) and the resulting certification is widely recognised. Our students can access universities in Australia by either sitting the Australian Scaling Test (AST) in September, which contributes to a University Admissions Index (UAI) or by direct application relying on individual merit.
Senior courses of study can be constructed from the following list of subjects that are on offer in Years 11 and 12:
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Indonesian Language: Beginning and Advanced
Please Note: Not all the above subjects are offered in Bali.
Further information about Year 12 certification, the AST and the awarding of a UAI can be found using the following links:
What Certificates are Available?
What's the AST?
What's the UAI?
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