Going Forward

Overview
In the first two years students have a broad array of subjects with most subjects being compulsory. All students up to O-level must have at least two practical subjects. Some specialization takes place in the third year. These options enable students to take a combination that exploits a student's aptitude and interest.
Cambridge International Examinations
In our bid to get students an international certificate we became a Cambridge International Examinations Center in 2013. We offer a variety of core subjects to students that enable them to be certified on a world standard examining body.  The certificate obtained here can be used for university applications in the most of the world.
Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (ZIMSEC)
The ZIMSEC certificate and qualifications are by far Africa's best examining body, and are accepted in most of the African continent if not all.
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Cambridge

  • English
  • History
  • Geography
  • French
  • Mathematics
  • Geography
  • History
  • Principles of Accounts
  • Business Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Literature in English
  • Combined Science
  • Physical Science
  • I.C.T.
  • Design & Technology

ZIMSEC

  • Food & Nutrition
  • Wood Work
  • Technical Graphics
  • Fashion & Fabrics
  • IsiNdebele

HEXCO National foundation Certificate

  • Garment Construction (VocTech)
  • Food Preparation & Services (VocTech)
  • Cabinet Making (VocTech)
  • Plain & Solid Geometry (VocTech)

I.C.D.L Africa

  • I.C.D.L

Course Structure

Forms 1 & 2

A. Core Subjects
  • English Language
  • Computers (ICDL)
  • French
  • History
  • Geography
  • Science
  • Ndebele

B. Options (Students to choose at least one pair)
  • Fashion and Fabrics with Garment Construction (Voc.-Tech)
  • Technical Graphics with Plane and Solid Geometry (Voc.-Tech)
  • Wood Work with Cabinet Making (Voc.-Tech)
  • Food and Nutrition with Food preparation and Services (Voc.-Tech)

Forms 3 & 4

A. Core Subjects
  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Computers (ICDL)
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

B. Practical Subjects (Students to choose at least one pair)
  • Fashion and Fabrics with Garment Construction (Voc.-Tech)
  • Food and Nutrition with Food Preparation and Services (Voc.-Tech)
  • Technical Graphics/Design and Technology with Plane and Solid Geometry (Voc.-Tech)
  • Woodwork with Cabinet Making (Voc.-Tech)

C. Optional Subjects
  • Ndebele/IsiZulu
  • French
  • Literature in English
  • History
  • Additional Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Physical Science
  • Accounts
  • Business Studies