High School Curriculum
The curriculum follows an American system and students are able to take external exams under the auspices of the Collegeboard, called AP exams. As we have teachers available the following classes are offered.
The following foreign languages may also be offered as teachers are available – French, Spanish, German, Urdu, Korean, Swedish and Finnish.
Other Subjects also offered include Bible, Physical Education, Art, Craft Design and Technology, Auto Mechanics and Music.
Other subjects may be selected by the student in consultation with the High School Principal and taken through online schools.
Grades 7 and 8 - IOWA tests of Educational Development.
Grade 11 - Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Grade 11 and 12 - Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
Grade 11 and 12 - Advanced Placement Exams (AP)
These and other tests are given individually or to groups at other times needed.
The National Institute for Learning Disabilities (NILD) is available to students with learning disabilities.
When possible we are able to offer general music lessons as well as private lessons in piano and other instruments.
MCS is a member of SAISA (the South Asia International Schools Association.) Our students join with students from other schools mostly for sports tournaments and occasionally fine arts productions.
Meeting other students from very different backgrounds, forming friendships, sharing victory and defeat are some of the benefits that MCS students have gained from participating in SAISA events. They have also contributed much to the Association by their sense of sportsmanship, their manners, their cheerful cooperation and their team spirit.
In preparation for these tournaments, students spend many afternoons after school training and practicing.