Tutorial House 

Curriculum Overview

As students move to the high school, the focus in the curriculum shifts from a more interdisciplinary focus to academic specialization, in recognition of the subject-based knowledge and understandings that are required for the UNIS Diploma, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and IB Courses, and college admissions.

Students study across a broad and balanced range of subject domains including languages, humanities, sciences, mathematics, technology, the arts, and physical education, drawing on content from educational cultures across the world. Tutorial House students are provided with intellectually challenging learning experiences, enabling them to examine the central ideas of an issue or question, share ideas and knowledge, and use higher-order critical thinking skills to solve and construct new meaning and understanding. Our goal is to engender and foster an environment which encourages them to think critically, communicate effectively, take risks in learning, be open minded and reflective, and develop an international perspective and an understanding of global issues.

Benchmarks

As students move to the high school, the focus in the curriculum shifts from a more interdisciplinary focus to academic specialization, in recognition of the subject-based knowledge and understandings that are required for the UNIS Diploma, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and IB Courses, and college admissions. Students study across a broad and balanced range of subject domains including languages, humanities, sciences, mathematics, technology, the arts, and physical education, drawing on content from educational cultures across the world. Tutorial House students are provided with intellectually challenging learning experiences, enabling them to examine the central ideas of an issue or question, share ideas and knowledge, and use higher-order critical thinking skills to solve and construct new meaning and understanding. Our goal is to engender and foster an environment which encourages them to think critically, communicate effectively, take risks in learning, be open minded and reflective, and develop an international perspective and an understanding of global issues.

Students in Grades 11 and 12 follow the International Baccalaureate Diploma or Courses Program. Information regarding these courses can be found on the IB page.

Tutorial House Curriculum Guide:


Tutorial House Curriculum