Shu Khinn Thar International College is a reputed all-through school in Yangon which offers kindergarten to secondary levels. Founded in 2000, the school aims to prepare students to gain confidence and be successful in higher studies.
The school offers the IB Diploma programme for students. Alumni from the school are studying successfully in prestigious universities across the world. The school follows a mission to facilitate student development by offering a challenging yet balanced curriculum and a unique model of instruction. The school offers extensive extracurricular activities and encourages students to participate in an international competition for all-round development of students.
At the kindergarten level, the school offers an international curriculum which aims at the development of social and emotional skills in children. The school follows an age-appropriate curriculum which facilitates early childhood learning. The school offers the internationally acclaimed Cambridge Primary Curriculum to students at the primary level (Grade 1-5).
Teachers at this level equip students to cope with the academic challenges while enjoying the learning process at the same time. In the secondary level (Grade 6-8), the school offers the Cambridge International Secondary curriculum with a strong emphasis on the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science.
They also study specialised subjects such as Myanmar language, History, Geography, Music, Art, ICT and PE. The school offers the full-fledged IGCSE curriculum to students of Grade 9 and above. Students are offered IB Diploma and Cambridge A-Levels at the advanced levels.
Apart from the regular curriculum, the Shu Khinn Thar International College offers weekend classes in English to create a strong foundation for the subject in students. This programme is open to students outside the school as well. The school also offers summer school to children where fun activities are carried out. The activities aim to develop students’ skills in speaking, reading, writing and listening.