With classrooms an administrative centre, science laboratories, a library, computer laboratory, art centre, dining hall and common room, recording studio and rehearsal hall, and five dormitories accommodating 150 students.
The Cambridge Curriculum is supplemented by courses in Character Development, World Religions and Arts, as well as sports and service programs. The Banani curriculum prepares students for the demands of institutions of higher learning throughout the world. Banani graduates, some with scholarships, have been enrolled in Universities and Colleges around the world, including Australia, Canada, China, England, India, Ireland, Namibia, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, the United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
Students in Grades 8 and 9 follow Zambia's Ministry of Education syllabus and write the Junior Secondary School Leaving Exams at the end of Grade 9. Grade 10 is a preparatory year and introduction to the Grade 11-12 University of Cambridge syllabus which provides students with an International General Certificate of Secondary Education.