Jet Secondary school

  • Building 505, Time square, Khan-Uul district

  • 7755 8899 PHONE NUMBER

  • Email Address





We offer a dual Cambridge International and Mongolian State curriculum, offering our students the widest set of academic opportunities. We offer our pupils a full school education (nursery, primary and high school) from 3 until 18 years old to help them fulfil their full potential in society.

We enhance a unique atmosphere by embracing open dialogue between every student and teacher. We encourage a free and respectful exchange of opinions and ideas.


Cambridge Secondary (general education)

Secondary education normally starts for most students at the age of 11 years old and ends with students taking the internationally recognised Cambridge IGCSE exams. Formed of two periods, for the first three years (Lower Secondary) students will study a broad range of subjects such as Maths, Sciences, English, Music, etc. When they reach 14-years-old they enter into a 2-year Upper Secondary phase that prepares them for the IGCSEs.



CAMBRIDGE PRIMARY:     05 – 11 years old

Our Primary school programme is based on the Cambridge Primary Curriculum. Cambridge Primary, typically for learners aged 5 to 11 years, gives us a world-class curriculum to develop learner skills and understanding in English, mathematics, and science. It enables teachers to assess children’s learning as they progress with two optional assessments: Cambridge Primary Progression Tests and Cambridge Primary Checkpoint.



The core subjects in Primary school are English, Mathematics, Science, and ICT.



The Cambridge Primary programme includes two types of tests; the Cambridge Progression Test at the end of each school year and the Cambridge Checkpoint Test at the end of Primary. These tests are optional.

Cambridge Primary assessments, including Cambridge Primary Checkpoint, provide teachers with an international benchmark to inform their teaching and easily measure each child’s progress over time. These tests are externally marked, sent away to Cambridge, and enable detailed, structured reporting to parents.