O – Levels

O – Levels

Structure

The O-Levels program is divided into three years, O-1, O-2 & O-3, with students promoted into each on the basis of their academic progress. The students sit in the external examinations in O-2 for three subjects, and in O-3 for five subjects.

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Curriculum

Standard Cambridge Curriculum taught by trained O-Levels experts alongside non-core subjects like Pakistan Studies, Islamic Studies & Tajweed to keep the students in touch with what they have studied in their earlier grades; the students’ schedules are carefully designed to help them study every subject and still get some time for themselves so they can blow off some steam in the school playgrounds or libraries.

Core subjects offered in the program include:

Whereas optional subjects include:

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Co-Curricular Activities

O-Level’s students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities to polish their communication skills and the miscellaneous talents & skills possessed by individual students.

Senior students from the section are elected by the student body as members of the AES Executive Council.

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Progress Assessment

Students are required to sit in multiple internal assessments and examinations before appearing in their finals for the external CAIE. These assessments include:

Parents receive regular updates about the student’s performance in each assessment.
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Religious Education

The non-core subjects aim at keeping the students in touch with religion, as well as their earlier religious education. The students are encouraged to engage with instructors on religion instead of keeping to generic lectures, which increases the student’s interest in their subjects.

Regular classes are held every week for the Translation of the Holy Qur’an & Tajweed.

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Facilites

The section is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories for the following subjects:

Segregated facilities for boys and girls include :

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Career Counselling

The school remains open during the summer for preparatory classes for SSC students. Summer vacations are limited so that the students can benefit from their teachers’ particular attention and focus solely on their academics.

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Year-Round Classes

The school remains open during the summer for preparatory classes for SSC students. Summer vacations are limited so that the students can benefit from their teachers’ particular attention and focus solely on their academics.

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Parental Involvement

The school remains open during the summer for preparatory classes for O-Level students. Summer vacations are limited so that the students can benefit from their teachers’ particular attention and focus solely on their academics.

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Structure

The O-Levels program is divided into three years, O-1, O-2 & O-3, with students promoted into each on the basis of their academic progress. The students sit in the external examinations in O-2 for three subjects, and in O-3 for five subjects.

Curriculum

Standard Cambridge Curriculum taught by trained O-Levels experts alongside non-core subjects like Pakistan Studies, Islamic Studies & Tajweed to keep the students in touch with what they have studied in their earlier grades; the students’ schedules are carefully designed to help them study every subject and still get some time for themselves so they can blow off some steam in the school playgrounds or libraries.

Core subjects offered in the program include:

  • English (1123)​
  • Urdu (3248)​
  • Pakistan Studies (2059)​
  • Islamiat (2058)​
  • Mathematics (4024)

Whereas optional subjects include:

  • Physics (5054)​
  • Chemistry (5070)​

Biology (5090) or Computer Science (2210)

Co-Curricular Activities

O-Level’s students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities to polish their communication skills and the miscellaneous talents & skills possessed by individual students.

Senior students from the section are elected by the student body as members of the AES Executive Council.

Progress Assessment

Students are required to sit in multiple internal assessments and examinations before appearing in their finals for the external CAIE. These assessments include:

  • Class Tests
  • Terminal Examinations
  • Mock Examinations

Parents receive regular updates about the student’s performance in each assessment.

Religious Education

The non-core subjects aim at keeping the students in touch with religion, as well as their earlier religious education. The students are encouraged to engage with instructors on religion instead of keeping to generic lectures, which increases the student’s interest in their subjects.

Regular classes are held every week for the Translation of the Holy Qur’an & Tajweed.

Facilities

The section is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories for the following subjects:

  • Computer Sciences
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Robotics
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Home Economics
  • Technical Laboratories

Segregated facilities for boys and girls include libraries, gymnasiums and playgrounds that are available to students during school hours.

Career Counselling

Career counseling sessions are held regularly at AES to help students make educated choices regarding their higher education that help them play on their strengths.

Year-Round Classes

The school remains open during the summer for preparatory classes for SSC students. Summer vacations are limited so that the students can benefit from their teachers’ particular attention and focus solely on their academics.

Parental Involvement

The school remains open during the summer for preparatory classes for O-Level students. Summer vacations are limited so that the students can benefit from their teachers’ particular attention and focus solely on their academics.