Secondary & Junior College

At Stamford Secondary & Junior College, teens develop independence as they learn to set goals and manage their own learning.

Learning collaboratively, they also learn the value of interdependence and cooperation. Through the rigorous Cambridge International Examinations curriculum, they develop the ability to think critically and to be creative. They become leaders that will contribute to the country and the rest of the world.


Academic Subjects in Secondary 1 and 2, 2015 onwards

Lower Sec Subjects

All students are expected to study all of these subjects. In special cases at the request of the parents and with the agreement of the school, students are exempted from one or more subjects.

Academic Subjects in Secondary 3 and 4, 2015 onwards

Upper Sec Subjects


  • All students are expected to study all of these subjects at the beginning of Secondary 3.
  •  Some students may be exempted from one or more subjects at some point during the two-­year programme.
  • The minimum number of IGCSE subjects for one student is six.
  • In order to be eligible for the optional International Certificate of Education, students must take two languages (L), at least one mathematical subject (M), at least one science (S), at least one humanity (H), and at least one artistic or vocational subject (A/V), with a minimum of seven subjects in total.

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Academic Subjects in Junior College, 2016 onwards

JC subjects


  • Available subjects may change.
  • All students are expected to study three or four A Level subjects.
  • They can optionally also study one AS Level subjects.
  • All students take both additional subjects.

Why Stamford?

  • A proven track record in Checkpoint, IGCSE and AS & A Level.
    Stamford consistently performs above the world average in the majority of Checkpoint, IGCSE and AS & A Level subjects
  • Choice and flexibility.
    Stamford offers an excellently wide range of IGCSE and A Level subjects to cater for students with different strengths and interests.
  • Care and communication.
    Teachers constantly monitor students’ progress. There are six detailed reports and parent meetings each year so that students, parents and teachers can work together effectively.
  • A holistic approach.
    Students are not only nurtured academically. Stamford also has a strong focus on the development of leadership skills. Students are also prepared for the future through the integration of technology in the classroom


Our 2015/2016 Results analysis

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