The ‘O’ level Curriculum
We teach the following subjects at ‘O’ level:
6. History ( East Africa and South Africa)
8. Christian Religious Education – CRE
11. Computer Studies
15. Fine art
The optional subject are placed in blocks as: Block 1 – French/Luganda, Literature and commerce. Block 2 is Agriculture, computer, fine art and commerce. Subjects from the same block are taught at the same time.
‘A’ level Syllabus
Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry.
Economics, History, Geography, Divinity, Entrepreneurship, Fine Art, French and Luganda
- Programs for the gifted/less gifted
We believe that every child matters and has potential to achieve. We have special programs in place to support the strong and less strong students.
- Personal Social and Health Education
The subject of Personal, Social, and health Education (PSHE) is taught once a week in each class in order to impart useful social and life skills. This subject also includes education in HIV/AIDS and sexuality development of the youth.
- Developing a reading Culture
We have programs in place to develop reading and research skills in the students. We believe the reading culture will empower students to grow into fully educated beings.
- School Family Initiative (SFI)
Every teacher is allocated some 15 – 20 students to mentor. This forms a family that the teacher guides, motivates and follow ups in all aspects of school life.
- Career Education
All teachers engage in career guidance at class, house and family levels and in day to day academic guidance. A career’s day is held once a year at which motivational speakers and university academic registrars are invited to address students in their various levels.