Raffles Christian School inspires its students to learn, lead and love in all aspects of their education by providing the best possible learning environment that combines a well-balanced curriculum with co-curricular activities.

Raffles Christian School also challenges its students to be engaged, innovative and reflective; endeavors to nurture active lifelong learners who are curious, passionate and self-disciplined; and leads by serving, nurturing and being a good role model.

The secondary school is designed to meet the needs of early adolescents through their transition from primary education to secondary education. Secondary school students extend their knowledge to application and take more independent steps into learning while enjoying various activities and events from School.

The Secondary Academic Program at Raffles Christian School is split into two stages:

Lower Secondary

Grade 7 – 8 Cambridge Secondary 1

English Combined Humanities Christian Worldview Studies
Mathematics Global Perspectives Physical Education
Science ICT Music
Indonesian Studies Thinking Skills Citizenship
Mandarin Introduction to Business Art & Design

Upper Secondary

Grade 9 – 10 Cambridge IGCSE

Medical Engineering Business
Compulsory Subjects English English English
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Biology Additional Mathematics Economics
Chemistry Chemistry  
Physics Physics Global Perspectives
Indonesian Studies Indonesian Studies Indonesian Studies
Non Examinable Compulsory Subjects Citizenship
Christian Worldview Studies
Physical Education
Elective Subjects Global Perspectives Global Perspectives Additional Mathematics
Optional Subjects Additional mathematics Mandarin Combined Science
Mandarin Computer Science Computer Science
Computer Science Arts & Design Mandarin
Arts & Design Art  

The Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is a curriculum and assessment system, suitable for schools and colleges around the world. The Cambridge IGCSE programme from CIE brings out the best in students and develops successful learners through a skills-based approach to teaching and assessing.

The curriculum encourages students not only to acquire knowledge, but also to:

  1. Use an exploratory approach to problem solving
  2. Have confidence in their ability to solve problem
  3. Apply skills, knowledge and understanding
  4. Undertake individual projects and work as part of a team
  5. Develop oral and practical skills

Cambridge IGCSEs are internationally recognized by schools, universities and employers as equivalent in standard to the British GCSE and International GCE O Level examinations. The Cambridge Checkpoint curriculum is for students Secondary 1 and 2 (Grade 7 & 8). It is beginning courses leading to Cambridge IGCSE. It consists of a set of formal, diagnostic assessments in English, Mathematics and Science, which provide invaluable information on a student’s strengths and weaknesses. The diagnostic reports generated by Checkpoint enable School to monitor students, predict performance in final examinations, tailor individual students’ learning programmes and provide information for reporting to parents.