Junior Secondary School

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Education In Singapore - Secondary Education - Admission To Post-secondary Institutions
... Upon completion of the 4- or 5-year secondary school education, students (excluding IP students) will participate in the annual Singaporean GCE 'O' Level, the results of which determine which pre-univers ... Pre-university centres include junior colleges for a two-year course leading up to GCE 'A' Level, or the Millennia Institute for a three-year course leading up to GCE 'A' Level ... Junior colleges and the Millennia Institute accept students on merit, with a greater emphasis on academics than vocational technical education ...
List Of Schools In The Gambia
... Below is a list of schools in The Gambia Zibah School, Tallinding, The Gambia ... Divine International School, Yarambamba Estate, Yundum, The Gambia Don McMath Foundation School, Serekunda Gambia Muslim Senior Secondary School and Madrassa(forme ... Therese's Lower and Upper Basic School, Kanifing St ...
List Of Schools In Ghana - O
... O.L.L Secondary Technical School Oasis Christian Academy Obefos International School Obiri Yeboah Secondary Obo Presbyterian Junior Secondary Obuasi Secondary ...
Skeena Junior Secondary School
... Skeena Junior Secondary School is a junior secondary school (grades 7 through 9 inclusive) in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada ...

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