Preparing students for the world of
Power Subjects (academic subjects)
The Hyouman Project
To prepare students capable of passing standardized testing.
To ensure students' achievement in standardized testing represents the excellent academic standard they are exposed to.
Many parents dream of a career in the academic field for their children, and the Exam Based Programme offers that opportunity.
Students under the Exam Based Programme learn the knowledge from the text books and are drilled on how to pass that knowledge into exam papers in order to achieve high scores.
High scores in standardized testing is one of the tools that most universities look at when accepting students into renowned programs. At Merlion School, the high academic standard is guaranteed and students under this programme, who are diligent academicians are certain to be successful.
The Exam Based Programme is suitable to students who wish to achieve high examination scores, leading them towards the academic pathway in the future.
This programme has been specifically designed to help students gain the knowledge and drill for important standardized tests.
With highly qualified academic teachers, students learn the basic competencies stated by the curriculum through the help of textbooks, having past exam papers available to them for drilling.
The exam-based students are exposed to a wide variety of activities, ensuring the development of holistic learning areas such as field trips, learning journeys, life skills classes, team building and practical works. Through these activities, students are provided with the facilities to explore and experience learning outside the four walls of the classroom.
Merlion School also offers Co-curricular (CCA) activities which fall both inside and outside the realm of the normal curriculum of the school in order to enhance a well rounded learning experience. Co-curricular activities can be performed individually or in groups, inside or outside the classroom, depending on the activity's nature. Such activities are generally voluntary, physically healthy, social, philanthropic, and often involve others of the same age. Some examples, but not limited to, are as follows: