Georgian Curriculum

The Georgian language program of Oakleaf School has been developed in accordance with the National Curriculum approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. The school curriculum fully contains the subjects provided by the National Curriculum. In addition, Oakleaf School offers students additional mandatory and elective courses not included in the National Curriculum.

To provide theoretical knowledge, the school acknowledges the importance of developing skills and values in students and aims to develop students’ problem-solving, critical and creative thinking, collaboration, communication and research skills, teach them how to manage their time and space, and plan their own future, develop their responsibilities and ethics, which helps young people become competitive individuals and full-fledged citizens.

Developing entrepreneurial skills in students is a priority for the school. Students need to learn how to identify initiatives and how to turn them into action.

Entrepreneurial skills include the ability to take a creative approach, innovate and take risks, as well as plan and manage projects to achieve a set goal. Understanding the basics of entrepreneurship is a broad arena for the learner to plan, develop and implement innovative ideas. Each person with such skills becomes a contributor to the development of Georgia’s economy, which in turn increases his or her civic duties and responsibilities.


Official Language


Foreign Languages


Georgian Language and Literature


First Foreign Language (English)
Second Foreign Language (German/Japanese)


Social Sciences



History of Georgia


Civic Education

Civil Defense and Security

Traffic Signs & Road Security

Natural Sciences

Elective Courses




Human Geography

Contemporary Western Literature

Western Literature of XIX-XX Centuries

Additional Mandatory Courses

Additional Non-Mandatory Courses

Academic English

Business English

Business Management

Academic Advising


Exam Preparation Programme (IELTS/TOEFL)

The learning process is based on the following approaches:
Student-Centered Approach
Each of our students is unique in their abilities, emotions, interests, personal experiences, academic needs, and learning style. We  consider this in the teaching process.
Positive Learning Environment
Positive relationships and interactions are especially important in the learning process, where each student feels recognized and, in collaboration with the teacher, is responsible for their own learning and development.
Equality plays a big role in creating a positive atmosphere and motivating the student to become a full-fledged citizen, for which the learning process is diverse, individual approaches, methods, strategies and activities are used.
In-Depth Study of Issues
It is a discussion of new issues, concepts in a thorough and different context, which develops students’ ability to discuss the issue from different perspectives, identify interrelationships and work out common aspects.
Motivating Students
This is one of the most serious challenges for the school, which is why the school tries to help the student to realize the purpose of each task and assignment and its connection to real life.
Equal Involvement
All students should be equally involved in the learning process. Students should not only be actively involved in the education process, but should also be able to help each other and participate in the peer learning process.