Primary school classes are designed to provide a strong foundation in core academic subjects such as reading, writing, math, and science, while also offering exposure to a variety of enriching subjects like art, and foreign languages. Through these classes, students develop the skills, knowledge, and curiosity needed to succeed academically and personally.

Secondary school classes build upon the foundation established in primary school, offering students more in-depth studies in academic subjects such as English, math, science, and social studies, as well as electives that allow for exploration and self-discovery. Through these classes, students gain critical thinking skills, develop intellectual curiosity, and prepare for higher education or the workforce.

High school classes are designed to prepare students for college or the workforce, offering a diverse range of academic subjects and specialized electives. Students develop critical thinking skills, explore their interests, and gain independence and responsibility.