The International School of Western Australia (ISWA) is Sri Lanka’s first-ever Institute to offer the Australian Advanced Level programme. ISWA supports students to obtain an Australian secondary educational qualification and prepares them for their Australian journey.
Established with the vision of being a positive and creative learning community that embraces its history and prepares students for life, International School of Western Australia (ISWA) is an extension of International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS). It is founded on the core values of Respect, Effort, Service, Positivity, Excellence, Creativity and Teamwork.
ISWA offers the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE) which is a two-year programme covering Year 11 and 12. Students sit for the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) examination at the end of Year 12. The base curriculum module includes English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD), exempting students from IELTS when they apply for their tertiary education.
Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe, CEO of IIHS said:
Sri Lankan youth have the courage and capability to achieve anything. It’s a matter of giving them the right opportunity and at IIHS we are constantly striving to provide them with such suitable opportunities that will give them access to higher education in the international sphere. The majority of the students prefer going to Australia for higher education and our programme aims to help them acclimatise and be comfortable with the Australian system.
IIHS, the parent organisation of ISWA, recently appointed longstanding international education industry figure, Mr. Carl Jones to its board.
Starting an international school is no light undertaking. But, ISWA is led by a team of very experienced educators who have steered IIHS to the forefront of higher education in Sri Lanka, largely through longstanding connections with international curriculum. The management team is complimented by a host of best-of-breed secondary school educators, including Australian staff.
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