The backbone of the Yuganta School Program (YSP) is a rigorous and sequential curriculum that meets world-class standards. Supported by time-tested methods, this curriculum emphasizes a well-balanced body of knowledge, skills, and experiences. A critical review of the curriculum by Yuganta School Program (BSP) is ongoing to ensure that it remains dynamic, comprehensive, and suited to the needs of a rapidly changing, global society.

In addition to the core subjects of English, mathematics, Yuganta School Program (BSP) curriculum is designed to provide knowledge of a broad range of subjects including science, social studies, art, music, health, physical education, and computers. It is designed to develop a balanced, well-rounded, internationally-minded personality.
The first step in the Yuganta School Program (BSP) curriculum development process is the identification of all concepts and skills for a given class, which focuses on the development of the whole child inside and outside the classroom.

Elementary school curricula encourages a rich learning environment that caters to all learning styles and ability levels. Younger students thrive on stimulation and variety. Elementary curriculum extends beyond rote learning, which is engaging and challenging for the young mind. A major objective of elementary instruction is to teach children how to learn and adapt to new situations with integrated learning on themes of global significance that transcends the conventional subject boundaries, hands on activities provides the young minds to explore the reality and the truth. The skill of critical thinking is instilled at early age. The social development of the child is taken as an important aspect of elementary curriculum, Teachers integrate group exercises and field trips into the instructional process whenever possible and often teach the same lesson in a variety of ways.

Teaching thematically helps children make sense of what they are being taught, since content areas are integrated and not made to stand alone. Students are able to retain more information when it is not presented as isolated facts, but rather as part of a whole, where the students are able to relate to real world experiences and build on prior knowledge of a topic.

Middle School evolves from the self-contained classroom found in Elementary School. The Middle School student will work with 6 to 8 teachers daily and will move within the school premises for each class. The educational program is both stimulating and challenging taught by a dedicated and talented group of teachers. The move to Middle School marks a quantum leap in the education of students. As they depart from a self-contained homeroom approach of education at the Elementary school or from their previous elementary school, Middle School students work with a significantly greater number of teachers. This trend continues throughout their education.

Our Middle School programme offers students an international framework of academic challenge and life skills appropriate to this stage of adolescence. The subject based programme once again integrated with themes of global significance is an excellent preparation for high school and life-long learning. In addition to a full range of subjects, all students take part in a field trip, major stage production and a wide range of other activities.

During Grades 6 through 8, students are in a critical phase of personal and intellectual development and the academic program in these grades is designed to both support and stimulate this development. Students are given guidance in developing and applying subject specific and age appropriate skills and learning concepts through the framework of their subjects and through special activities which take place in the various grade levels.

The Yuganta School Program (YSP) is intellectually rigorous and encourages students to become reflective and critical thinkers. Intercultural awareness and holistic learning are an essential part of the assessment criteria while responsible citizenship is promoted by practical community service.

Students in Grades IX and X are prepared for the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination which qualifies a candidate for admission to colleges for pursuing higher studies.

The School is subject to inspection by the Directorate of Education of the Nepal Government.