Curriculum

Curriculum Details

The school opened with the Rwanda National Examinations (RNEC) curriculum and is running these programmes successfully. This year, the school started to offer the University of Cambridge IGCSE programme. Both the RNEC and the CIE curricular run from early January to the end of October. The academic subjects currently taught are as follows, and may be subject to change from time to time.

The RNEC Ordinary Level (Seniors 1, 2 and 3)

The following subjects are offered:

Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English, Literature in English, French, Kinyarwanda, History, Geography, Entrepreneurship, ICT and Computer Science. The majority of these subjects are examinable.

The RNEC Advanced Level (Seniors 4, 5 and 6)

Science Combinations are:

  • Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM)
  • Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB)
  • Mathematics, Physics, Geography (MPG)
  • Mathematics, Economics, Geography (MEG)
  • Mathematics, Economics, Computer Studies (MEC)
  • Mathematics, Physics, Computer Studies (MPC)
  • Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics (BCM)
  • Compulsory & Examinable General Paper & Entrepreneurship lessons are also taken
  • Compulsory, but Non- Examinable ICT and English lessons are also taken

Arts Combinations are:

  • History, Economics, Geography (HEG)
  • History, Economics, Literature (HEL)
  • History, Geography, Literature (HGL)
  • Literature, Economics, Geography (LEG)
  • Compulsory & Examinable General Paper & Entrepreneurship lessons are also taken
  • Compulsory, but Non- Examinable ICT lessons are also taken

The University of Cambridge IGCSE (Years 10 & 11) and GCE AS/A Levels (Years 12 & 13)

The following subjects are offered: English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, Geography, Business Studies, Economics, Psychology, General Paper & ICT. All subjects are examined except ICT.

Intensive English Course from August-October each year

The school delivers an intensive English Course each year targeting Franco-phone students mainly from Burundi, since it allows them to convert to Anglo-phone in time for the start of the following school year in Term 1(January).

Co-Curricular Activities

These include Music, Dance and Drama (MDD) on a non-examinable basis, Clubs and Societies.