The high school is an active final phase for adolescents to prepare to face the challenges of choosing a career, selecting a university, meeting entrance requirements and facing admission competitions.
The high school is an active final phase for adolescents to prepare to face the challenges of choosing a career, selecting a university, meeting entrance requirements and facing admission competitions. This is also the phase to emerge from adolescence into independent, mature and responsible young adults where they learn the demands of the real world. The guidance department works hand-in-hand to help with university admissions, scholarships and careers choices.
At this stage in development, there is much stress and anxiety for many high schoolers. Therefore, it is also crucial for our high school teachers to be clear, firm and expecting high standards and the need to be positive, encouraging, open-minded and helpful. NIVA high school’s mission is to bring theory alive through hands-on learning, to remove perceived limitations, to expand the fields of opportunity and to nurture passion for high standards, professionalism, integrity, leadership and community mindedness.
Through the NIVA high school curriculum, our students learn entrepreneurial, scientific, technological, and critical thinking skills. Biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and some liberal arts courses are taught up to American Advanced
Placement level. Our students’ level of spoken and written English is as fluent as native speakers because of the high expectations and the requirement to speak in English when in campus.
Our high school students are also primed for SAT and AP exams, project-based learning, public speaking and presenting a variety of content knowledge for any type of discipline. Students also take charge of leading and running events on campus. NIVA students are not only ready to enter university but are also ready to lead! In conclusion, Niva International High School is deeply committed to making sure your children are well taken care of and therefore, takes it serious to prepare its students to excel in a highly competitive, collaborative, and complex world.