Category: Schools in the Free

Welcome Gymnasium

Welcome Gymnasium is the oldest academic high school in Welkom and was founded in 1953 . Welcome Gymnasium offers facilities for various sports such as athletics , golf , hockey , cricket , cross country , squash , netball , rugby , swimming , tennis and biathlon. Gerrie Sonnekus (1974 & 1984), [1] Christo Ferreira (1986) [2] and Luke Botha (2001-2002) [3] is Springboks (rugby) which Welkom Gymnasium their alma…

High Peace

High Peace is an Afrikaans-medium secondary school in Reynekestraat in Peace , Free , South Africa is located. They address is Private Bag X7, Peace, 9835. The school’s motto is “Aim High.” Notable alumni Jurie Els External links School’s blog School’s Facebook page

Central High School, Bloemfontein

The Central High School is a high profile [ need reference ] balanced [ citation needed ] Afrikaans medium high school in Bloemfontein , Free State . History The government attempts to anglicised Afrikaner man, leading to the decision to call own national Christian schools to the pure British schools in life. One of the schools that have emerged from this resistance movement, was central. Mr Botha On 11 September…

Primary School Universitas

Primary School Universitas ( English : Universitas Primary School ) also known as Tjokkies, is a primary school in Bloemfontein , Free State , South Africa . Universitas is a unique school where tolerance, understanding and respect for each other is an integral part of the school’s is education. Knowing the school’s shortcomings quest school for the ideal environment in which every child is accepted and discovered his talents and…

Primary School Odensia

Primary Odensia is a primary school in Odendaalsrus , Free State , South Africa . The school is in De Kock Avenue location. This is a parallel (Afrikaans / English) school. Their motto is ” CONDTRUAMUS – WE BUILD “. External links official homepage School’s Facebook page

Margaret Lategan Spies

Margaret (Sita) Lategan Spies (born Heidelberg, Cape , 18 June 1916 ) is a South African teacher and former head of the C & N Girls School in Bloemfontein . Spies at Heidelberg, Cape born, where her father, Reverend. Barend Andreas Abraham Spies ( 4 January 1876 – 19 October 1965 ), [1] of 18 November 1910 to July 1921 teacher of the local Dutch Reformed congregation. He first became…

Kroonstad High School

The Kroonstad High School (also known as the Blue School ) in 1994 came into being after the former Kroonstad High School (Old Blue School) Kroonstad Agricultural School (Lanties), Technical High School, De Wet Nel (Ampies) and the Johan Slabbert Special School amalgamated has. The school offers cultural activities such as Voortrekkers , choir, dramatic arts, CSV, junior agriculture, nature trails, orators and hip hop to. The school also offers…

Sand du Plessis High

Sand du Plessis High is an African secondary school in Fichardtpark in Bloemfontein , South Africa . The school is named after a former administrator of the Orange Free State , Mr. JWJC (Sand) du Plessis. They nicknamed Sannies and the school’s motto is: “I believe.” History On 25 January 1966 the secondary section of the up-then-when combined High and Primary Sand du Plessis opened with 60 students. The separation…

Sales Ficksburg

The Ficksburg High School is the only remaining of the town Ficksburg ‘s then two traditional African high schools. The school, which is now dual, had nicknamed the Kanne. The school was in the northern part of the village and part of the school buildings are built with sandstone of the Clarens Sandstone Formation . The second high school, the Technical High School Ficksburg (HTS), had nicknamed the Sixies. This…

Eunice High School

Eunice High School is a public school in Bloemfontein that English medium education to girls from grade. 8 offers up to 12. The Dutch Reformed congregation Bloemfontein the earlier 1875 decision to establish the school in response to the formation, a few months, the Anglican St. Michael School and the Catholic Greenhill Monastery. This according to a decision of the Free State Synod erected and 5 June 1876 opened solemnly….







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