Yoezerling Higher Secondary School

Olathang, Paro

Academic life

What drives Yezerling in this turbulent educational landscape of 21st Century is our motto of “Care & Quality” and our Mission “to provide teaching styles that respects students learning styles, and engage students in programs that are challenging and require critical and creative thinking”. Our strict adherence to the motto and our Mission for the last eight years has kept the School growing both in size and reputation.

The School ensures that the curriculum planning and implementation conforms to the National Standards determined by the Royal Education Council (REC), and also directives from the Department of School Education. It is the School’s intention to deliver the curriculum in ways that it is imbibed with Critical & Creative Thinking, Collaboration and Communication.

Our academic discourses are deeply rooted in knowledge with theories and concept well -grounded through customized instructions and practicals of learnings with superlative synergy. Our consciously designed teacher-student ratio at 1: 22 help students learn at their own pace thereby valuing every student.

The child’s progression into their learnings are made easier and fun by our hard working, experienced, committed and caring faculty who values every student and celebrate their learning.

The school also strongly believes in enriching the curriculum through:
a. Cross- curriculum blends, teaching and learning styles
b. Study and life skills
c. Ensuring a minimum of 180 days of actual teaching
d. Remedial classes and extra classes
e. Mid term review of the curriculum implementation
f. Mid term review of the academic performance

In order to achieve our cherished curricular intentions, the following subject core
groups are formed:
a.  Mathematics core group in the form of Department
b.  English core group in the form of English Department
c.  Dzongkha core group in the form of Dzongkha Department
d.  Science core group in the form of Science Department
e.  Humanities core group (Economics, Accounts, Commerce, History, Geography) in the form of

Humanities Department