WORLD HIGH SCHOOL
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World High School caters for students around the world who are interested in an international curriculum in a British context and our aim of becoming an educational centre of excellence that serves international students.
World High School takes great pride in nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. As we continue to move forward and meet the needs of the ever-changing modern world, one thing in our brand of education remains unchanged.
World High School is a high-quality, personalized online private school offering Cambridge international GCSE and A-level education to students almost anywhere. We inspire and empower our students to excel through our affordable online education and prepare them for the future.
World High School is ideal for many families, who value keeping their children at home because we offer excellent courses designed and developed by education and subject experts. World High School also provides more challenging courses and professional teacher support.. Others may choose Pearson Online Academy UK globally than home education.
World Degree programs are world-wide recognized and authorised by OTHM, PEARSON, BTEC, NCC. The programs are regulated by Ofqual (England), SQA Accreditation (Scotland), CCEA Accreditation (Northern Ireland) and Qualifications Wales (Wales). We offer academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognised.
What is Canadian Pre-University (CPU) ?
Canadian Pre-University (CPU) is one of the many pre-university programmes offered by colleges in Malaysia, in addition to other courses like A-Level and Australian Matriculation.
What are the key advantages of this programme compared to the other courses?
This guide will explain everything that you need to know about the CPU programme, from course structure and key benefits, all the way to the best colleges to study this course.
There are two primary programmes offered in World High School – Canadian Pre-University (CPU) and CIMP (Canadian International Matriculation Programme).
Both CPU and CIMP are the same and leads to an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), which is awarded to Canadian students who successfully complete 12th Grade in high school.
The programme is 12 – 15 months long and will require you to take 6 subjects, where you will be graded on a combination of coursework and final exams.
How is CPU Structured?
You will be required to take 6 subjects in total, including English.
Subjects are delivered on a modular basis, which means that you will study and complete several subjects in one semester before moving on to take another set of subjects in the following semester.
Typically, you will take 2-3 subjects per semester, although you will have the flexibility to decide how many subjects you would like to take.
Most subjects have a combination of 70% coursework + 30% final exams.
As such, you will need to be on top of your homework, assignments and projects throughout the year.
In addition, you will also need to:
Complete the Ontario School Secondary Literacy Test (OSSLT)
Complete a number of approved hours of Community Service
What Can You Expect for CPU’s Coursework?
CPU – Coursework
Canadian Pre-University focuses on real world application, such as presentations and collaborative projects, in order to develop communication and interpersonal skills.
Here are some examples:
English – Expect essays, presentations and projects
Mathematics – Tests, quizzes and presentations
Business – Presentations, debates, research papers, projects such as creating a mock product
Sciences – Requires you to do lab (reports and practical) work
How Will You Be Graded?
You will not be graded “on a curve” or based on other students’ performance.
Instead, you will be graded on a criterion-based assessment using the Ontario Rubric:
Knowledge/Understanding: Understanding of subject-specific content
Thinking/Inquiry: Critical thinking and problem solving skills
Communication: Communicating or presentation of information
Application: Applying knowledge and skills to different contexts
Your final results will be an average percentage across all 6 subjects taken, where the maximum score will be 100%.