About Laurus
Cambridge Curriculum

Cambridge International School

Laurus International School of Science was registered with Cambridge Assessment International Education in 2019.

Cambridge Assessment International Education is a non-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge, providing international education programmes, examinations and qualifications to 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries. Its qualifications are accepted and valued by many leading universities and employers around the world.

We are also planning on establishing middle and high schools in the future. Any student studying the Cambridge education programming can continue with our school through to university, or transfer to any international education programme around the world.

The Cambridge curriculum provides a clear pathway for students’ continuous academic growth:

*A-level course can be extended to the age of 19.*A-level course can be extended to the age of 19.

Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path to educational success from age 5 to 18. Its wide range of subjects and flexibility gives us the chance to shape the curriculum so that it is exciting and relevant for our students. Our students will have the chance to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to achieve at school, university and beyond. Cambridge curriculum is compatible with other curricula, internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures and supports students with English as a first or second language.

Compatible pathway
Compatible pathway

The Laurus grade-level system reflects a successful compromise between the UK and Japanese education systems.The Laurus grade-level system reflects a successful compromise between the UK and Japanese education systems.

Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary develops students skills and understanding in English as a first or second language, mathematics, science, Cambridge Global Perspectives and ICT.

When students rise to Cambridge Upper Secondary, they will start the IGCSE curriculum. IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. Students have the flexibility to choose from 70 subjects in any combination. It provides excellent preparation for Cambridge Advanced and for progression to other educational systems.

The Cambridge Advanced curriculum is a 2-year course (AS and A-level) for students from 16 to 18. Cambridge Advanced will ask students to choose 3 to 4 options from all 55 subjects and focus on studying them for the final exam. It develops deep subject knowledge, conceptual understanding and higher order thinking skills. It is especially suitable for students interested in science and STEM studies.

The Cambridge A-level diploma is accepted by all English speaking universities in the world and also recognised by MEXT (文部科学省) in applying for universities in Japan.

Laurus International School of Science looks forward to a future of assisting our students in fulfilling their educational dreams and reaching top tier universities.