The school has goals to be realised, amongst them are; producing
marketable students for institutions of higher learning as well as taking students on
board.For this goal to be realised, the school offers a wide choice of subjects, which
-Languages: English, Setwana
-Social Sciences: History ,Geography,Commerce, Development Studies (DVS) and Fundamentals of Production (FOP).
-Pure Sciences:Physics, Chemistry, Biology
-Physical Sciences: Physical Chemistry, and Physical Biology
-Agricultural Sciences: Agriculture.
-Combined Sceince: All the three sciences combined as one subject.
Home Economics, Fashion and Fabrics, Food and Nutrition, Design and Technology, Art Craft and Design.
It is a requirement that every student must do a core subject which includes: English, Maths, Science, and another language.
Other subjects are optional.But a student must do a total of seven subject in all and the core ones included.
These subjects are offered on a five day timetable. There are 40 periods in a week which make 8 periods per day. The duration of one period is 40 minutes.
The year is divided into three terms. Each term is approximately 3 months. There is a school vacation of approximately 3 weeks in term one and a brief break in second term, with about 6 weeks in third term.
-Term One January to April
-Term Two May to August
-Term Three September to August.
Term One and Three (Summer)
The day starts at 0645 till 1300 hours, then comes the lunch break at till 1415. The afternoon preparation period commonly known as (prep) starts at 1415 to 1550. The next activity is the extra curriculla period where students break into there individual clubs and a variety of games ball sports,till around 1630 hours, and this marks the end of a tipical summer day.
Term Two: (Winter)
The day starts at 0715 till 1330, then comes the lunch break at 1445.The afternoon preparation period starts at 1445 till 1605 followed by the extra curriculla activities mentioned above.
Cambridge Overseas School Certificate (COSC)
Subject Analysis - 1995,1996 & 1997.
Percent 1-6 Percent 1-8