Category: Schools in the Eastern Cape

St. Andrew College

St Andrew College is a private school for boys in Grahamstown , Eastern Cape , South Africa . It provides classes and residents as day learners. This is a great Anglican losiesskool and 450 students from around the world. The school is a member of the G20 group of schools. The school is in close relationship to the St. Andrew’s Preparatory School, and his sister school, the Diocesan School for…

Riebeek College

The Girls’ High School Riebeek College , a combined public school in Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape , South Africa , providing education through the medium of English to girls gr. R to 12. Foundation Until 1877, left in chaos education facilities for girls in Uitenhage. They should either go to one of a number of private small schools or attend mixed public school of Mr John Gibson which Muir…

Queen’s College

Queen’s College is a public school for boys in Queenstown in the Eastern Cape . The school has its origins in the founding in 1855 of the first school in Queenstown had. The school in 1869 merged with a private school that two years previously established. Girls are the first time in 1875 admitted to the Boy’s Public School and named in 1880 changed to Queenstown High School. In 1887…

Hoërskool PJ Olivier

The Hoërskool PJ Olivier is a combined, African state school in Grahamstown was founded in 1956 as the only Afrikaans medium school in the predominantly English city with his illustrious English medium schools. The school has a residence House WEG Louw , named after the African writer and indertydse lecturer in Afrikaans and Dutch at Rhodes University and brother of the African writer NP van Wyk Louw . He himself…

Muir College

The Boys’ High School Muir College , a combined public school in Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape , South Africa , taught by the medium of English to children of grade. R offers up to 12. History Muir College claiming that it is the oldest English-medium school in South Africa that has already occurred in 1822, seven years before the South African College which SACS emanated when a Scottish educational,…

Primary Newton Park

The Primary Newton Park is a Afrikaans medium – primary school in Port Elizabeth . The school was originally on 25 January 1926 with 18 pupils in a house on the corner of First Avenue and Mowbray, Newton Park , established. The first teachers, who also acted as principal, was a Miss. Damerell. Later moved the school to the St. Hughes hall, which was then an English Medium School and…

Higher People’s School, Graaff-Reinet

The Higher People’s School is an Afrikaans-medium high school in Graaff-Reinet and with inter alia the Hoërskool PJ Olivier in Grahamstown , the Nico Malan in Humansdorp and Brandwag High School in Uitenhage one of only a handful of monolingual African secondary schools on the Eastern Cape countryside. It was the first high school in the then Cape which Afrikaans was the only medium of instruction and is the oldest…

Sales Elliot

Sales Elliot is a secondary school in Elliot in the Eastern Cape , South Africa . The school was founded in 1896 and was at one time a strong African high school. Alumni Notable alumni that yielded the school: Willem Cruywagen (1921-2013), cabinet minister and administrator of Transvaal. External links This school’s Facebook page

Girls’ High School King Ridge

The Girls’ High School King Ridge (until October 2004 Girls’ High School Kaffraria or officially Kaffrarian High School for Girls) is a girls’ school in King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape , South Africa . Foundation In November 1873, civil commissioner I. Rose-Innes wrote to the Cape government for permission to establish a Seminar for Female Education of the highest rank. He hoped that the “first class Niesektariese Girls”…

Sales Hanglip

High Hanging Rock was an African high school in Queenstown , South Africa . From 2015 onwards, the school began to introduce dual education degree for degree when the first English gr. 8 learners enrolled. So should be the school by 2019 dual in all five grades. The school’s history began in 1885 , 27 years after the English school Queen’s College, the first high school in the town. It…







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