The Cambridge Program

We are a Cambridge International School, affiliated with University of Cambridge and offer International Examinations (School registration no: DK 093).

Cambridge programs and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research.

Sønderborg International School is proud to offer these international qualifications and has a long-established history in their successful delivery. These qualifications are recognised internationally and provide our students with a strong academic foundation to progress to local or international educational routes.

Sønderborg International school utilises this academic system to progress our students seamlessly from primary through to secondary. Our curriculum has been developed to meet the needs of our students and to ensure that on graduation the students are able to progress into their institution of choice and are equipped for success in the modern world. STEM subjects (Science, Maths and English) alongside Danish language, foreign languages and humanities are all offered at the school.

We offer the Cambridge Secondary 1 (11 to 14 years) and the Cambridge Secondary 2 (14 to 16 years). Students completing Cambridge Secondary 1 are entered for Cambridge Checkpoint assessment. Subsequently having completed Cambridge Secondary 2 the students are entered for Cambridge IGCSE exams. Danish language exams are also taken.

We believe that not only do our students graduate with high academic qualifications but also as confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged learners

Success at IGCSE and Danish language exams allows students to transition to international A-level equivalents including:

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