At Heritage School our students study two curricula: Cambridge and Russian National
The Cambridge International Curriculum is designed by Cambridge University to offer children the same academic experience as they would if they attended a UK school, with added benefits. The language of instruction and interaction is English. The Cambridge Pathway is a complete curriculum for young learners aged 5-18. Following the Cambridge Pathway, learners experience the same learning that pupils in UK schools will experience. Over seventy subjects are available for study in secondary, and the qualifications earned at the end of the Cambridge Pathway are accepted by virtually all English-speaking universities worldwide.
The Russian Curriculum is provided based on the provisions of the Federal State Educational Standard (FGOS), which allows our students confidently enter EGE exams.
Our graduates can earn two diplomas at age 18: Advanced Level General Certificate of Education (A-level)* and the Certificate of Secondary Education of the Russian Federation
*Only in Sokolniki campus