Campion School strives to give each individual pupil every opportunity for future academic success. Pupils in the Lower School in Years 7-9 follow an adapted British curriculum and sit the Cambridge Checkpoint exams in Year 9 to assess their academic progress. At the end of Year 11 pupils sit IGCSE examinations which serve as a pre-qualification for British university and excellent academic preparation for the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme. All students at Campion participate in the IB and receive three-fold support from the school’s UK university advisor, IB coordinator and the Year 12 & 13 year tutor. Applications to the United States are supported by a US university advisor and an after school SAT preparation programme in IB1. University acceptances include some of the most prestigious institutions in Great Britain, the United States, Canada and the EU.
Listed below are links for the school's academic curriculum guides, examination results for IGCSE and IB, a comparative table showing Campion's exam results in relation to 24 fellow COBIS schools as well as student university placement for the graduating class of 2012.