The Cambridge GCE Advanced Level (A-Level) is an international academic qualification offered to students by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Cambridge IGCSE is a prerequisite for GCE A-Level, a rigorous academic program built around the IGCSE curriculum. Parents of 10th grade students are required to notify the school at the beginning of 4th quarter of intention to enroll in the A-Level Program
Students who proceed with the U.K. track and successfully complete the program will also be eligible to enter any Nigerian university at the 200 level. ACA offers a variety of subjects for the A-Level program, some of which include: Accounts, Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, English, French, Info Tech, Literature, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology.
All A-Level students are also required to take Bible and PE. GCE A-Level runs in two streams over a period of two academic years:
Advanced Subsidiary (AS) – 11th grade and Advanced Level (A2) – 12th grade
The International Degree Foundation Program (IDFP)
The International Degree Foundation Program is a one-year program tailored to prepare students for entry into International and Nigerian Universities for courses in Arts, Business Management/Studies, Computing, Engineering, Sciences, and Social Sciences. Students are required to take 5 subjects while with us.
The International Medical Foundation Program (IMFP)
This program is designed to enable prospective students to gain admission into medical schools abroad to study medical-related courses like Biological Sciences, Dentistry, Health Science, Nursing, Public Health Science, etc. It is a one-year program and its successful completion guarantees the students a place in our partner universities, particularly University of Debrecen in Hungary.