The FEDEA Post-secondary curriculum (ages 18 and over) is divided into three stages, Young Adult A, for ages 18 to 22, which corresponds to A Level (British Curriculum), Young Adult B, for ages 22 to 25, and Young Adult C, for ages 25 and over.
Our experience has shown that our high-functioning students need at least two to three more years to prepare for their A Level exams.
Our Young Adult Curriculum builds on the Secondary Curriculum and includes the following study subjects :
English, French, Spanish or German, Mathematics, Accountancy, Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, History, Art, History of Art, Music, Technology, Music, Physical Education (Swimming, Basket-ball, Roller-blading, Ice-skating, Tennis).
During their Post-secondary studies at FEDEA the high functioning students of the Young Adult classes can continue their preparation for GCSE exams or prepare A Level exams.
All students enrolled in our Young Adult A, B and C classes have access to the FEDEA Music Program. This program includes the history of music, music theory, listening and singing. The students also have the opportunity to study and become familiar with various wind instruments (saxophone, flute, trumpet), percussion instruments (drums, cajón) and string instruments (guitar, violin, cello, double bass, harp, piano).
Students with more limited academic aptitude are also taught all subjects of the FEDEA Young Adult Curriculum. The FEDEA Curriculum is of course adapted to their level, age appropriate and very motivating in order to ensure progress and success !