These pivotal years provide Grade 10 – 12 students with an opportunity to master their academic skills, contribute to the life and legacy of the school, explore future career options, and make memories to last a lifetime.
An exponential time of growth, self-discovery, accountability, leadership, creativity, critical thinking, pushing the boundaries, and planning for a life beyond our school walls.
In Senior School, while our academic focus moves from creating a lifelong love of learning to preparing students to write their final exams, we continue to offer a variety of programmes to help extend our students beyond the classroom. Our students are also the only students in the country to be offered a choice between graduating with an IEB or International Baccalaureate (IB) qualification.
Above all, please know that we see it as a privilege and an honour to lead our Senior School students through the final three years of their Redhill journey.
Redhill is currently the only school in the country to offer students a choice of graduating with either an Independent Examination Board (IEB) or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme qualification.
Redhill School’s progressive student leadership structure, the Redhill Student Council (RSC), is based on a fundamental, student-empowering strategy.
At Redhill School, prioritising the social and emotional wellbeing of our Senior School students is at the forefront of everything we do. We understand the unique pressures they face, including the demands of final exams and the ever-changing landscape of the world they are preparing to enter. By fostering a supportive environment that promotes mental health, resilience, and adaptability, we empower our students to navigate these challenges with confidence and prepare them for a successful future.