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Cambridge IGCSE subjects are typically studied by Lower Division students in Grades 9 and 10. They build a solid foundation for further study.
Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international curriculum for 14-16 year olds.
A wide choice of subjects is available at Cambridge IGCSE. Students will generally study each subject for a year and end each course with an examination. We award a certificate of achievement and a grade (from A* to G) for every Cambridge IGCSE examination passed.
The content covered in each subject is clearly explained, with the skills and knowledge we expect each student to develop along the way.
All subject links below point to the main Cambridge International Examinations website.
The Cambridge IGCSE Language and Literature syllabuses courses develop the ability to communicate clearly, accurately and effectively in both speech and writing, and encourage an appreciation of literature in English prose, poetry and drama of different types and from different cultures.
The Cambridge IGCSE History syllabuses offer students the opportunity to develop an understanding of history, with an emphasis as much on developing lifelong skills as on acquiring specific knowledge. Cambridge IGCSE American History explores the history of the USA from the mid-18th century to the start of the 21st Century.
Cambridge IGCSE students learn how science is studied and practised, and become aware of the impact scientific research can have on individuals, communities and the environment.
An essential subject for all students, Cambridge IGCSE Math courses encourages the development of mathematical knowledge as key life skills, and as a basis for more advanced study.
These Cambridge IGCSE subjects encourage students to develop their own creative and interpretative skills, while broadening their cultural horizons and individual experience.
These Cambridge IGCSE subjects introduce students to the theory and concepts that underpin the subjects. The syllabuses provide both a foundation for further study and an ideal preparation for the world of work.