Invictus International School offers a rigorous and internationally-recognised secondary school curriculum in our Chai Wan campus. Students receive a holistic education delivered by our skilled educators as they are equipped with subject knowledge, personal traits and international perspectives that set them up for success as they mature into young adults in our evolving world.
The school year is from August to June with a maximum student to teacher ratio of 25:1.
Chai Wan Campus
Invictus Secondary School is situated in the picturesque southern region of Hong Kong Island, at the end of Tai Tam road. Nestled in the country park, surrounded by hills and popular hiking trails, our conveniently located campus is just a 5 minute bus ride away from either Sai Wan Ho or Chai Wan MTR stations.
Assessments by Invictus International School include written and project work assessment, observation skills, formal knowledge tests, and effort assessment against a matrix set by the school.
For Years 7 to 9, we offer the Cambridge Lower Secondary curriculum which is based on international best practice for schools. It is designed to engage learners in a creative and active learning journey. The curriculum establishes a solid foundation for all students in literacy and numeracy while allowing students to explore specialist areas dependent on their interests, strengths, ability, and college aspirations as part of a balanced curriculum.
Students in Years 10 and 11 prepare for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) exams. It is the world’s most popular international qualification and serves to prepare students for the Cambridge International A-Levels. The Cambridge IGCSE curriculum gives students the freedom to choose a course of study that is right for them. Students are able to choose subjects that are in line with plans for further education or career goals.
Subjects for the IGCSEs include English, English Literature, Mandarin, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business, Mathematics, Information and Communication Technology, Geography, History and Music.
In Year 12 and 13, students prepare to take the Cambridge International A-Levels which is conferred under the General Certificate of Education in the United Kingdom. Students can use the A-Levels to apply for universities globally and pick their subjects based on the degree they wish to pursue in university. Universities generally will grant offers based on the grades achieved at the International A-Level exams.
We empower your children to learn in a variety of settings while our experienced educators understand the needs of expatriate children living and going to school in Hong Kong. Your children will undergo a world-class curriculum while achieving internationally-recognised qualifications that enable them to apply to university anywhere in the world.