Senior High School comprises the culminating two years of the High School Unit. Following the Department of Education’s curriculum while remaining faithful to the educational philosophy of the school, Southridge Senior High School equips students for tertiary education and provides them with training and exposure to these three strands: Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and General Academic Strand (GAS).
The Senior High School Academic Program offers courses as prescribed by the Department of Education aligned with the philosophy, vision and mission of the school, and enriched by her unique curricular goals and program offerings.
The goals of Senior High School are to prepare graduates for tertiary education, develop middle level skills, train for employment, and facilitate entrepreneurship. The key principle here is that every student will be prepared to go to college, but at the same time, will be given the skills to embark on a particular career pathway immediately after high school.
The Senior High School curriculum consists of core subjects in nine learning areas (Language, Humanities, Communication, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Philosophy, Religion, and Physical Education and Health). And applied and specialized subjects for the ABM, STEM, and GA strands. It includes a structured work immersion to ensure excellent quality education. This is done in partnership with private industry sectors.