Senior School

The secondary school program consists of students of grades IX and X and the Nepal Government’s NEB (then HSEB) Program. Like other programs of the Ullens School, the students of secondary school also experience a holistic learning experience courtesy to the teaching-learning pedagogy.

Our students are involved in numerous and diverse activities that aim to encourage creativity, independent critical thinking, and international mindedness.

Ullens NEB (10+2) Program is a rigorous two-year higher secondary program that enables motivated students to become well-rounded, dynamic people.

We began the 10+2 program in 2011. Our graduates are prepared not only to excel in examinations but also to deal with real-life scenarios – the hallmark of Ullens School’s philosophy.

Our program's uniqueness lies in its focus on creativity and critical thinking through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Our students are involved in numerous and diverse activities that aim to encourage creativity, independent critical thinking, and international mindedness.

Ullens NEB (10+2) Program is a rigorous two-year higher secondary program that enables motivated students to become well-rounded, dynamic people.

We began the 10+2 program in 2011. Our graduates are prepared not only to excel in examinations but also to deal with real-life scenarios – the hallmark of Ullens School’s philosophy.

Our program's uniqueness lies in its focus on creativity and critical thinking through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Core Streams

Management

A two-year course providing a basic knowledge of the facts and principles of management. Because management learning is a continuous process, our belief is that we should prepare students to take up managerial responsibilities by equipping them with a set of essential skills.

Courses Offered: Compulsory English, Compulsory Nepali, Accountancy, Business Studies, Marketing, Business Mathematics

Science

A two-year course emphasizing a conceptual understanding of biological, chemical and physical phenomena. The practical component is designed to supplement learning by applying the scientific theory students learn in class.

Courses Offered: Compulsory English, Compulsory Nepali, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics

Academic Advising

Academic advising is an integral part of the Grade 11 & 12 programs at Ullens School. Advisers help students understand university admissions criteria and requirements and advise them on how to select a university and a course of study. Students are ensured that support, feedback, and opportunities for reflection are part of their Ullens experience.

Internship

Students are required to do a four-week internship after the end of their first year in the program. We believe the internship is an integral part of preparing students for life after school. It aims to:
  • Help students apply the knowledge and techniques they learn in the first year to real-world situations, and to test and enrich students’ understanding, knowledge and skills in practical scenarios
  • Teach students how organizations operate
  • Provide a platform for a deeper understanding of specific functional areas
  • Help students explore career opportunities in their area of interest

Extracurricular Activities

The school offers curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities, such as music, dance, sports and academic clubs. These activities offer opportunities for students to learn the values of physical strength and endurance, teamwork, individual and group responsibilities, diversity, and a sense of culture and community. Extracurricular activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context, and are thus considered part of a well-rounded education

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

The students enrolled in the management stream have the opportunity to participate in The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, which is the world’s leading youth achievement award.

The Award Framework

The Award is comprised of the following three levels:
  • Bronze Level: for students above 14 years of age
  • Silver Level: for students above 15 years of age and
  • Gold Levels: for students above 16 years of age

For the age group of students in grades 11 & 12, we offer the ‘Gold level’.

Students complete the following five sections under this level;
  • Service: The Service section of the Award encourages young people to volunteer their time to and understand the benefits of this service to their community.
  • Skills: The Skills section of the Award encourages the development of personal interests and practical and social skills.
  • Physical Recreation: The Physical Recreation section of the Award encourages young people to participate in sport and other physical recreation for the improvement of health and fitness.
  • Adventurous Journey: The Adventurous Journey section encourages a sense of adventure whilst undertaking a team journey or expedition. As part of a small team, participants will plan, train for and undertake a journey with a defined purpose in an unfamiliar environment.
  • Residential Project: The Residential Project, completed only at Gold level, aims to broaden participants’ horizons through involvement with others in a residential setting

Need any assistance with admissions?

Please contact us, or go to the Admissions section for your queries about the Application Process

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  • Khumaltar, Lalitpur-15
  • GPO Box. 8975, EPC 1477,
  • Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Phone: 977-1-5230944
  • Fax: 977-1-5570365
  • Email: info@ullens.edu.np
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