PREPARING FOR IGCSE AND WASSCE
At Year 10, students at Surefoot International School start their two-year examination course, which revolves around preparing for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSEs) and their three-year examination course, which revolves around preparing for the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCEs). These widely recognised entrance qualifications are valuable assets for students seeking admission to their preferred universities within the nation and across the world, and are excellent preparation for the challenges of university life.
At the end of Year 11, our students sit the prestigious and internationally recognised IGCSE examinations conducted by the Cambridge Assessment International Examinations. Students normally sit these in seven, eight or nine subjects. At the end of Year 12, our students sit the regional examination, West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) conducted by West African Examination Council, an internationally recognised examination body. Students normally sit these in nine subjects, maximum.