Scholarships for A Level Programme

Kaizen considers service to society a core covenant within its ideology and the best way to give back is through our commitment to deserving students who may lack resources for a quality education. As such, Kaizen grants a limited number of scholarships to students based on merit, need and most importantly, ambition.

scholarship policy

scholarship policy



on 100 points



on 80 points



on 60 points



on 40 points


Scholarships at Kaizen are awarded for a wide scope of accomplishments to provide equal opportunities for the leaders and changemakers of tomorrow.

Extra Curricular & Need-based Scholarship is also available.

Merit scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement, be that grades or standardized testing, as well as success in fields of art and athletics.

Scholarships will be awarded based on external results for students who took the May/June O Level session.

Scholarships will be awarded to students who choose to take the exams in October/November based on their most recent school exam results, plus any prior CAIE results. However, scholarship decisions may undergo revision in January based on results announced in October/November.

Scholarships are granted based on cumulative point score.

The Financial Aid Process

01. Apply for Aid

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02. Review

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03. Make Your Deposit

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