IGCSE & ICE Years 12 to 13
In Hilltop the A-level program runs over two years with students majoring in 3 to 5 courses over that time. All students in our A-level are taught by university graduates with specialist training in their field; many of whom also have graduate training. During the two year program students are also encouraged to explore the bounds of their curriculum both through teaching, prescribed text and also practically.

IGCSE & ICE Years 7 to 11
Each of the IGCSE class years 7 to 11 are based around a small intimate classes setting of no more than 15 students per class, headed by a class home room teacher many of whom have specialist training in teaching the IGCSE syllabus. Nearing the end of the IGSCE program students in our Cambridge IGCSE program are provided with the option of selecting majors which they work toward completing over 24 mo. Please contact us directly for additional information on the Cambridge IGCSE years.

Junior High School (JHS)
A JHS class at Hilltop has no more than 35 pupils in a class with suitably qualified professional teachers. Ghana Education syllabus is used here and all children are expected to take 10 taught subjects including English, Mathematics and Science.

Primary
Classes in Hilltop's Primary division have no more than 35 pupils in each class supervised by qualified professional teachers. Ghana Education syllabus is used and all children are expected to take 10 taught subjects including English, Mathematics and Science.

Preschool
Catch them while they are young, as it is said at Hilltop! School management recommends that all children are enrolled starting at age of 2 (Nursery School) progressing forward to Kindergarten, Primary School and to Junior High by the age of 14 prior to submitting the BECE exams to enter Senior High School or progress to year 10 in the IGCSE program.

Note all Preschool classrooms are well ventilated with no more than 20 toddlers per class with a teacher and one or two assistants in attendance. The Preschool is well served with adequate water closets.  There is a unique infant library in the same building where all students may borrow library books for home reading as soon as they enter into Kindergarten or from age 3-to-4 going. All student learning and reading is monitored progressively once they commence Kindergarten.