Watch your child grow & thrive

At HCIS High School, we have a commitment to providing a well-balanced, progressive education. A large part of this is celebrating both local and international cultures to provide our students with a rich and varied learning experience. Our activities and educational programs are an integral part of this and are designed to be an enjoyable and inspiring part of our calendar.


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Year 2 - Year 6

At HCIS Primary we follow The Cambridge Primary Curriculum, which is aimed at Year 1 to Year 6. (5 to 11 year olds) Our aim is to develop the 10 core subjects through an enquiry based learning approach with a strong focus on the development of problem solving and thinking skills.

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Lower Secondary

Year 7 - Year 9

In lower secondary, the Cambridge Curriculum is also used to develop 10 core subjects including English, Maths and Science. This is tailored to fit the needs of our diverse student cultural identity. It is a broad and balanced curriculum which is taught in conjunction with the Cambridge Learner Attributes – confident, responsible, reflective, innovative & engaged.



Year 10 - Year 11

The IGCSE program was developed by Cambridge Assessment International Examination Assessment (CAIE) in 1988 and is a very popular English language curriculum. Over 10,000 schools in 160 countries are teaching the IGCSE syllabus. It is the most widely used and respected international qualification for 14 to 16-year olds.

Our Curriculum

At HCIS we use the UK linked Cambridge Curriculum to challenge our students and provide a variety of learning experiences designed to meet the learning needs of our students. There are 5 elements that underpin the heart of the Cambridge Curriculum:

International Curriculum

We offer a curriculum that is tailored to the demands of our diverse student body.

Teaching and Learning

A thorough Professional Development program helps us to enable our teachers to promote reflective learning amongst our students.


Our assessments are designed to be flexible to allow deep subject knowledge and conceptual understanding to help our students develop higher level thinking skills.

International Recognition

Our qualifications are widely recognized by employers and universities worldwide. This gives our students the confidence that they will be valued both at home and internationally.

Global Community

Cambridge schools are part of a worldwide educational community which allows our teachers to be part of an international, professional learning community.

Parent Testimonials

Testimonials from our happy parents.

“I have chosen HCIS - High School because of Cambridge Curriculum which is an international standard curriculum. I feel that HCIS is creating lessons and activities that enhance students’ knowledge, skills, attitude, actions and classroom practice. So, as a parent, I believe that HCIS will make the students’ future brighter and more successful.”
Daw Khin Thandar
Mother of Hanifa year 4 & Junaid year
“I am very thankful to the principal and all the teachers at HCIS – High School who are demonstrating the right way to learn to be a better student, a well-behaved person as well as an enjoyable school environment. I look forward to HCIS continually becoming more successful.”
Daw Arr Khu/ L Khue Khu
Mother of Snow year 5
“It took me a long time to choose a first school for my daughter. My sister had recommended LCIS, which is new, but with good, patient teachers, so we enrolled her there. Initially, I felt worried about the transition from Kindergarten to Grade 1, but she successfully finished the academic year with the help and guidance of her teachers. I am really thankful to HCIS because the school takes care of not only students’ education, but also their their well being and safety. As a parent, I also had concerns about my daughter adapting to online learning, but because HCIS’ teachers are teaching professionally, there have been no problems at all! I wish future success for all at HCIS.”
Daw Hla Wutt Yi
Mother of Audrey Year 3