ProEducation School’s high school program comprises Grades 7 to 11, ages 12 to 16. Students study core British curriculum subjects as well as a range of ASDAN and vocational training courses to meet their individual interests, strengths and needs. ProEducation School is an approved EdExcel centre, which means our learners can complete their IGCSE and A Level studies.
ProEducation School offers over 30 ASDAN elective subjects which students are encouraged to study as a complement to the core British curriculum subjects. Elective studies are integrated into student’s personalised timetables each week and reflect each student’s own interests, needs and abilities. ASDAN Elective Courses include:
As part of the ProEducation high school program, all students complete practical Independent Training courses once a week. Students engage in a variety of courses based on their interests and aspirations, completing at least two courses per year. We use qualified and accredited centers in Bali or online agencies to provide these skill-based courses. Independent Training courses include:
ProEducation School is also a fully accredited Duke of Edinburgh’s International Youth Award (IYA) centre. IYA enables young people to learn practical and social skills in the areas of Service, Skills and Physical Recreation. ProEducation School students are encouraged to pursue this esteemed award, designing their own path of study within the program. ProEducation School organises a final 2-night residential trip for participants to complete the IYA Award.
In addition to our standard subject curriculums, we may incorporate the following services and/or additional subjects into a student’s timetable based on the child’s needs:
Students complete EdExcel achievement tests to measure their progress in core British Curriculum courses. Certificates of achievement are awarded by ASDAN and IYA in upon completion. In addition, students build portfolios of their course work to demonstrate their progress and accomplishments. Certificates for completed Independent Training courses will be added to students’ portfolios of achievement and recorded in their annual student report.
Grades 7 - 9
In Grades 7 to 9, ProEducation School students study the following curriculum:
ProEducation School students in Grades 12 and 13 (ages 16 to 19) study individual subjects via Distance Education online platforms. Students may study the British Curriculum A Levels and/or other online courses independent to the school’s curriculum which are managed by our Distance Education Manager.
Our Distance Education curriculum is a modern, progressive program for high school students who will be going into employment and/or higher education in the near future. Students study online with a range of reputable international schools and colleges offering high school certificates and higher education options.
Many Distance Education students study the A Levels provided by ProEducation School. Students who have completed British Curriculum IGCSE certification can go on to study A Levels, the advanced course precursor to university. A Levels provide students with credits toward university entry, and students usually take 3 to 5 subjects over 1 to 2 years. A Levels are completed with Oxford Open Learning (OOL) tutors and resources, as well as tutorial support from ProEd tutors.
ProEd Distance Education students are encouraged to register for the International Youth Award and have the option to undertake additional ASDAN Elective subjects to develop personal interests and abilities. These courses are incorporated into their Distance Education school timetable, along with with ProEd Sport and Fitness activities and as-needed therapy support.
Distance Education allows students to investigate their desired life pathways, and overall studies are managed by designated ProEducation teachers who work with students to provide necessary support, timetable and goal-setting assistance. Teachers engage in daily communication with students and act as the point of call for external online centers.
Distance Education students In Grades 12 and 13 may study the following curriculum:
Additional online Distance Education courses as desired by students accredited by an independent online provider, such as BTEC or TAFE course.
Duke of Edinburgh’s International Youth Award