The programme includes humanitarian and exact sciences, foreign languages, arts and music, and implies studying earth and living creatures (geology, geography, biology, cosmology, physiology, etc), human progress and beginning of civilization, scientific discoveries, relationship between human and environment, international relations, wars, religions, government, law and rights.
To complete each academic block, students perform their own projects which disclose their opinion of the problem, their feelings and ideas. Self-expression is an important part of the learning process. Adolescents can express themselves via music (singing, listening, playing musical instruments), language (presentation, essay, speach, stage performances, discussions, etc.), creativity (pottery, drawing, photography and others).
Students can learn two foreign languages: English and Chinese (it could be any other Asian or European language).
Everyday schedule of an adolescent is in many ways very similar with the day of an adult, because students manage their everyday responsibilities: to attend scheduled lessons, to prioritise their things to do so that they can meet a deadline.