Category: Schools in KwaZulu-Natal

The Wartburg Kirchdorf School

The Wartburg Kirchdorf School is a public school in Wartburg near Pietermaritzburg , KwaZulu-Natal . The school in 1881 established in a region that time mostly by German occupied immigrants and used alongside English becoming German as medium of instruction. The school has a long tradition of communal education for boys and girls and is considered one of the leading educational institutions in the province. The Wartburg Kirchdorf School’s teaching…

High Valley

High Valley is a public high school in Kloof , near Durban in KwaZulu-Natal , South Africa . The school is under the leadership of its first principal in February 1960, Mr. G. Goodwin opened. The first 127 students in prefabricated classrooms on a temporary location on the corner of Emolweni and Dan Pienaar Street went to school. Principals Mr. GMN Goodwin (1960-1961) Mr. Blake (acting to Jan 1962) Mr….

Hilton College

Hilton College is a private school for boys, and in 1868 by Reverend WC Newnham in Pietermaritzburg established but in 1872 moved to 7 km north of Hilton. Hilton College motto Orando et Laborando established 1872 type Private, boarding head Peter Ducasse Deputy (s) Matt Dahl pupils 555 children degrees Form 1-5 (Grades 8-12) city Hilton province KwaZulu-Natal country South Africa Colours Black and white website www.hiltoncollege.com

Drakensberg Boys’ School

The Drakensberg Boys’ School is a dual-boy school near Winterton in the heart of the Drakensberg in KwaZulu-Natal , South Africa . The school educates members of the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir . It was founded in 1967 and is the only school in Africa , dedicated to choral singing. [1] The school caters for 100 to 120 children between the ages of 9 and 15 years (grades 4 to 9)….

Deutsche Schule Durban

The Deutsche Schule Durban (DSD) is a private German school in the suburb of Westville , Durban , KwaZulu-Natal , but with English as medium of instruction from Grade. 5 to 7. The school was founded in 1971 to provide education to students from kindergarten to grade. 7. The school belongs to the Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa. Most of the approximately 150 students come from a home where…

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