The SCHOOL makes available real-life experiences to help wards grow in life. Following the national curriculum and school leaving certificate examinations, it helps young pursue original thought, take calculated risks, and evolve as they explore life opportunities using additional resources.
PHASE II (Primary)
Ages 6, 7 (grades 1 and 2) The ward is dependent but capable of self-initiated action. Camping trips, patience requiring learning, peer-to-peer instruction are some capacities that are developed over this phase.
PHASE III (Middle)
Ages 8, 9, 10 (grades 3, 4, 5) The ward is proactive. A full learning age is achieved. Overnight camping, patience requiring learning, instruction capacity are some abilities that are developed over this phase.
PHASE IV (Secondary)
Ages 11, 12, 13 (grades 6, 7, 8) The ward is proactive, strong minded, and testing independence. Testing of authority, challenging set boundaries, reduced communication with the traditionally respected, increasing influence of peers, quicker comprehension, changing physique are some fun aspects to work with during this phase.
PHASE V (Higher Secondary)
Ages 14, 15, 16, 17 (grades 9, 10, 11, 12) The ward is proactive, strong minded, and should reach independence. Decision making is greatly influenced by the ward, peer and trend pressures help them reach conclusions, deeper understanding and learning and intense-passionate living are indicators of this phase.