Curriculum is a framework that sets out what a school sets out to teach its pupils. It covers the skills, knowledge, attitude and values, laying out the theory, product, and practice. This is often referred to as set of learning goals. In line with the Education Resource Center (ERC) curriculum, subjects taught at the primary level at Aflon are English Language, Mathematics, Basic Science, Cultural and Creative Arts, Social Studies, Physical and Health Education, French Language, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Religious Studies, Agricultural Science and Home Economics.
Aflon uses the ERC curriculum for JSC classes 1 to 3, to prepare the students for the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE). This school also follows the recommended curriculum as approved by the Federal Ministry of Education FCT. The subjects in the curriculum approved in the JSS category are English Studies, Mathematics, Basic Science, Basic Technology, French Studies, Cultural and Creative Arts, Home Economics, Business Studies, Hausa Language, Agricultural Science, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Religious Studies, Social Studies, History, Civic Education and Security Education.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council (NECO) Syllabi are used at the SSS level to prepare secondary students. Approved subjects for the Senior Secondary Class are English language and Literature in English, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Technical drawing, Geography, Civic Education, Government, Data processing, Computer studies, Christian religious studies, and Islamic Religious studies.
Also, The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) syllabus is used to prepare the SSC3 students for their JAMB UTME examination.