Secondary School

Academic Departments

Academic Departments

The section has three (3) functioning departments

  1. Department of mathematics and sciences
  2. Department of humanities (Social Sciences)
  3. Department of languages

N.B. Business Studies and Economics falls under the office of the Vice Principal

2022 Secondary School Prefects and teachers

Junior Section

The Junior Secondary School curriculum is a two year course that covers Grade 8 and 9 of the Zambian Education system. It forms the basis for the acquisition of knowledge, skills and values needed for learning in subsequent formal studies at Senior Secondary School. The curriculum at this level also equips leaners with knowledge and skills to either continue with the academic education or pursue pre-vocational and life skills

Subjects offered:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Business Studies
  • Social Studies
  • Integrated Science
  • Computer Studies
  • Religious Education
  • Home Economics
  • Design and Technology
  • French
  • Ichibemba

Upper Section

Students in Grades 10 and 12 also follow Zambia’s Ministry of Education syllabus and write the Senior Secondary School for a school Certificate. Senior Secondary School education is provided from Grades 10 to 12. It is expected under the Ministry of education that Senior Secondary learners are adequately prepared for tertiary Education and the world of work. Ndola Trust School endeavors to equip our pupils with entrepreneurial skills, so that they contribute positively to the development of the nation, and the world at large, and to take up adult roles.

The pupils learn for 3 years according to the curriculum under the ministry of education, leading to a School Certificate.

Subjects offered:

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Commerce
  • Principles of Accounts
  • Civic Education
  • Computer Studies


Internal school assessments is continuous throughout the year in form of homework, projects, quizzes, tests, research, etc. Report cards (Progress Reports) are distributed for monthly and termly reports.