Aside from our regular internal assessments, the school has been using two external assessment tools such as the IOWA and the MAC II tests to monitor and track the student academic performance. MAC II is for the English tracking while the IOWA is for the core subjects. Through these assessments, the students learning gaps or academic weaknesses will be identified. Once the student learning gaps will be identified, the school staff will then develop remedial interventions to close the gaps.
Learning English language pretty well may mean at least 5 years of solid English immersion. Even so-called native speakers struggle with their English grades. To increase the students' English proficiency level is a felt need. Undeniably, this is one of the most challenging academic mountains to surmount. The medium of instruction in an international school is English. Hence, there is no other option as far as the "classroom language" is concerned but English-English-English. Academic survival implies a solid grasp of the English language.
In implementing the broad curriculum, the school and its personnel recognize that service is the bottom line. This perspective will have a trickle-down effect on the quality and cost. Any ambitious student is welcomed. In fact, the school has generous scholarships and discounts such as follows: Worthy Students' Scholarship; Corporate Discounts (5 students and above); Government Workers' Children Discount; Student Leaders' Scholarship; and ACE Talents Scholarship.
California Prep accepts ordinary and super kids. For the super kids, the school gives all-out support in any way imaginable to help the kids reach their dreams. For the ordinary kids, our school endeavors to create an environment that brings out their best talents and potentials. By honing and developing the talents or gifts, we can transform ordinary kids to extra-ordinary citizens with better economic future.
9 Moo 11, Tambon Banpa, Amphoe Kaeng Khoi,
Saraburi 18110, Thailand
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