Programmes for Every Learner

Kohai Educational Centre is a place where your child can thrive. We develop the delivery of our curriculum to meet the needs and learning styles of our students as individuals. At Kohai, parents see big changes in their child’s academic achievements and excitement for learning. Offering schooling for the short or long term, we support students and families with three stages of education including Primary (for kindergarten to junior high-aged students), Intermediate (for teenaged students) and Senior (for adult learners). We design programmes that work.

Primary Programme

Our Primary Programme is designed for learners in the kindergarten to junior high school age range. Class sizes are 2:1-5:1 and are determined by age and ability. Students receive a full academic curriculum that includes art, music and phys-ed. A focus is put on academics, social skills and group interaction while teaching students how to be a part of a class. Some students join this programme to gain assistance reaching grade level and others graduate to our Intermediate Programme.

Intermediate Programme

Our Intermediate Programme offers teenaged students a full academic curriculum that includes art, music and phys-ed. In addition to math, reading, spelling and technology, students learn skills to prepare them for life after graduation and opportunities that can include further education, joining the workforce, volunteering and living independently. With life-long support and learning goals in mind, we help to facilitate placements post-graduation, either outside of the school or in our Senior Programme.

Senior Programme

Designed for our adult learners who wish to continue attending school after our Intermediate Programme, our Senior Programme focuses on life skills for independent living and the continuation of academic learning. Working in a friendly group, students plan and prepare meals, work on class assignments both independently and collaboratively and cover academic content that has relevancy in their adult lives.