THE PRIMARY CURRICULUM
The vision espoused in our Primary School Curriculum is to nurture the child in all dimensions of his/her life: cultural, moral, cognitive, emotional, imaginative, aesthetic, social and physical.
Our curriculum is child centered and also includes new content and embraces new approaches and methodologies. It is a blend of the GES and the Pre-IGCSE Curricula.
Subjects taught at this level include:
We have competent graduate professionals teaching these subjects.
The curriculum places importance on literacy, numeracy and language, while at the same time responding to changing needs in science and technology, social, personal and health education.
THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM
The JHS curriculum is based on the GES and is a three- year programme that prepares students for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) conducted by the West African Examination Council. The examination is taken in the third year and the school embarks on a very intensive program for its finalists and runs a two semester program for them.
The School has obtained a 100% pass rate in three successive sittings of the examination and has consistently been rated as one of the best Schools in the Greater Accra Region.
The subjects offered for the course are:
The JHS department has highly competent graduate professional teachers handling these subjects.
THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM
The duration of the SHS programme is currently 4 years. Students in the senior high are required to study 5 core subjects and one specialised/elective programme.
The Core Subjects are:
The Elective Programmes Offered include:
In addition to the local programme, the school offers the Cambridge O'Level in the Arts and Science.
Whilst the School's primary purpose is academic, equal emphasis is given to physical development and character formation.
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