A new online secondary school and study centre established in Papua New Guinea last year is now enrolling students from around the country and overseas.
The centre’s chairman and director Simon Uve said the Kokopo-based school is affiliated to the Education Department with a curriculum similar to that of other secondary schools.
The Post Courier quoted Mr Uve saying the school currently had six online tutors who provided lessons and assignments for students while monitoring their daily performance.
He said the school enrolled more than 100 students from different provinces throughout the country as well as PNG citizens in Australia.
The school fees for Grades 9 to 10 are $US209, which covers six subjects while Grades 11 to 12 cost $US244 and cover seven subjects for the year.
The school is co-funded by the PNG government and the World Bank.