Pupils have to pay for their education and learners can only progress through the grades if they pass the final exams – as a result the age range in the school is vast.
The school has 4 classroom blocks with each classroom door opening to an outdoor area, staff block with staffroom, a library (with no books in it), offices and photocopier room. The school also has one IT room with roughly 20 computers (although many were broken) with each class timetabled 2 computer lessons a week.
The 33 staff teach subjects including Oshikwanyama, English as a second language, Maths, Physical Science, Biology, Life Science, Geography, Entrepreneurship, Economics, Business Studies, Development Studies, History. It is one of the top schools in the area.