KBWH Secondary School is a three-year cycle made up of two separate programs: The Lebanese Baccalaureate Program which prepares students for the official Lebanese baccalaureate exams and the Non- Lebanese Program. The Lebanese Baccalaureate Program is available to all students in either English or French for core subjects including math, sciences, economics and sociology. In the French track, English is taught as a third language and vice versa. In both tracks, Social Studies, History, Geography, Civics, and philosophy are taught in Arabic with the study of Arabic Literature and language. In the second year, students chose a focus in economics or sciences and specialize still more specifically in the third year either Economics and Sociology, Humanities, Life Science, or General Science. The Non-Lebanese Program is available to students coming from Arab countries, Lebanese students who lived more than three years abroad, and students coming from American or British school systems. Special classes in English language, sciences, Math, Arabic language and Social studies are offered based on student’s needs. Learning Support Program: Students with mild and moderate needs are offered pull out sessions with special educators in Math and Languages based on IEP’s done for each student. Modified exams in all subject matters are done based on student’s needs. Community Service Program Secondary students are required to finish 60 hours of community service work before graduation divided as follows: 30 hours in grade 10, 20 hours in grade 11 and 10 hours in grade 12.