To be admitted to the school, students must apply by completing a registration form. Students need a birth certificate or identity document and an original report and/or academic record from their previous school. Student must fall into the age and/or subject profile of the grade and/or class. Class numbers will be taken into consideration prior to registration for quality teaching and learning.
The Education Department’s age restriction for Grade R and Grade 1 are adhered to and the minimum requirements for progressing to the next grade are based on the NCS of the Department of Basic Education. The school, however, reserves the right as an independent institution and according to the South African Schools Act 84 of 1996 to limit and/or admit students at our discretion.
Our aim is always the best interest of the school community and the individual.
Quality Assurance, Registration and Monitoring
As an independent school we meet all the requirements for accreditation by Umalusi. We are registered and monitored by the Provincial Education Department. We fulfil the requirements stipulated in the norms and standards of the Department of Basic Education. Our average matric pass rate since 2010 is 94% – this is proof that we are striving for excellence.
We operate within our legal registration as a Section 21 company (NPO).
Parents and Community
We keep in constant communication with parents/guardians and sponsors. We report quarterly on the progress of the students through term reports and activities at school also through newsletters, parents’ evenings, circulars, emails, Facebook and our SMS system.
The school is equipped with an alarm system and has a permanent security guard.
Previous Matric Results
We place an exceedingly high priority on academic achievement. In this regard we present diplomas, trophies, bursaries, and prizes at our annual prize giving ceremony to students who constantly excel and take pride in academic, sport and social achievements.