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5 Steps Academy
Location
632 Yishun St. 61 #01-08, Singapore, 760632
Singapore
Information
Type Private International School
Campus Non-residential, urban
Website

5 Steps Academy is an international school located in the Yishun area of Singapore. It offers a Cambridge-based curriculum for students in primary school through high school, providing personalized multilingual education with strong focus on Mathematics based on proprietary 5 Steps System. The maximum number of students per class is 8.

History[edit | edit source]

5 Steps Academy has grown from Math Pilots and inherited its speed learning methodology and techniques.

Academics[edit | edit source]

5 Steps Academy is authorized to offer the curriculum, allowing students to sit for exams managed by different examination boards, including Cambridge (UK), College Board (USA) and SACE (Australia).

Theater[edit | edit source]

The school has its own Theater, where children learn speech techniques, sew costumes, practise their lines, and have open performances twice a year.

Accreditation[edit | edit source]

5 Steps Academy is accredited by the Ministry of Education (Singapore)[1]

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]


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