In Cambodia, an education system has been in spot since at least from the thirteenth century on. Traditionally, Cambodian education took spot in the Wats (Buddhist monasteries) and was supplied exclusively to the male population. Students generally devote 5 years in secondary schools, of which the 1st three years (Types 1 to 3) are compulsory like main education. Types 4 and Five students prepare for the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE), which requires spot after Form 5. The secondary education technique of Hong Kong, just as other East Asian countries, is examination-oriented. This does the sturdy but controversial post-college tutorial education business a favor. High school graduates can continue their education to college or straight to function.
Indonesia follows (historical) Dutch education program, where the secondary education consists of Junior Higher School (Sekolah Menengah Pertama or SMP) and Senior Higher College (Sekolah Menengah Atas or SMA), each requires three years. The language of instruction in national secondary schools is Malay except for language, science and mathematics subjects.
Senior High education is not included in the compulsory government program, only the six-years main education and junior higher education are, even even though considering that 2005 there is en effort to make higher college education compulsory in some places, for instance in the Bantul Regency of Yogyakarta. In Ireland secondary college begins at the age of 12, and lasts three or optionally five or six years. Scuola secondaria di primo grado (1st grade secondary college, middle college): it is mandatory and lasts three years (from 11 to 13).
The principal kinds of secondary college are: neighborhood schools, extensive schools, colleges (although this term is far more normally applied to third-level institutions like universities), vocational schools, voluntary secondary schools and meánscoileanna (secondary schools that teach all subjects by means of Irish). There is an optional year in many secondary schools in Ireland known as Transition Year, which some students choose to take after completing the Junior Certificate, and prior to beginning the Leaving Certificate. Streaming into Art, Science or Commerce streams is completed at the starting of the Upper Secondary stage.
Scuola secondaria di secondo grado (second grade secondary college, higher school): it lasts 5 years and provides a quantity of diverse paths, which can freely be chosen by the pupil the initial two years are mandatory. All type of secondary schools finish with an examination (Esame di Stato, state exam, but generally still referred to as with its standard name Esame di Maturità, Maturity exam) whose score is on a 100-point scale.