1. High School, from Grade 10 to Grade 12, splits into American and British, as mentioned earlier above. At the end of High School, the student is expected to graduate with either the internationally recognized American High School Diploma or the International General Certificate of Secondary Education. Added to these school diplomas are the honorable results that our American Program students receive on the SAT, which is organized by College Board, and that our British Program students receive on CIE, which is organized by Cambridge University via the British Council. All universities and colleges in the world recognize the results of these international standardized admission tests, and Al-Kon International School is certified to host and administer them.