There are currently two Houses, one for boys and the other for girls. A maximum of twelve boarders stay in each of the Houses with their respective live-in Houseparents. The Learners in each House have the help and support of their own Houseparent with an emphasis on maintaining a family atmosphere where every child can discover and build on their talents and can grow steadily in confidence and maturity.
All rooms in the Houses are equipped with air conditioners. The kitchens have cookers, microwave ovens and fridges. There is also a laundry machine in each House. There are TVs, decoders, and Wi-Fi in each boarding house. Each House has a worker who helps with the laundry and cleaning. There is also a gardener for each House.
Each boarding house has a night security guard who records all movements to and from the house. During the school day there is always a housekeeper at home and that provides a sense of security.
A maximum of 4 boarders are allowed in a room. The rooms have storage space where students can keep personal effects. Pillows and bed linen are provided by school but boarders are allowed to bring their own if they so desire. There are desks in each room where students can and are encouraged to do independent studies.
Boarders are required to ensure tidiness in the rooms and in the spaces they share collectively. They must make their beds every morning and tidy up before leaving their rooms. They have to bath at least twice a day – in the morning and then after school. There are general house rules and school rules and guidelines they have to adhere to. All boarders, with the exception of those with medical certificates excluding them from physical exertion and exercise, have to participate in both physical and non-physical activities during the weekends.
Boarding students are allowed and encouraged to have social events such as outings to restaurants, fairs and parks. Boarders can have birthday parties, in-house movie nights and musical evenings.