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  1. Johannesburg Polytech Institute (JPI) traces its origins to the arrival of South African democracy in 1994. Although we started teaching 60 pupils by then the school is now over 2000 students, (Primary & High School) including Grade R. In its 18 years of existence, Johannesburg until today JPI has grown to be one of the reputable schools in the inner city of Johannesburg, Doornforntein. Since its inception in 1997 JPI has provided quality education to thousands of boys and girls for the past 18 years. In July 2015 we have moved from the inner city old University of Johannesburg Buildi
  2. Johannesburg Polytech Institute (JPI) traces its origins to the arrival of South African democracy in 1994. Although we started teaching 60 pupils by then the school is now over 2000 students, (Primary & High School) including Grade R. In its 18 years of existence, Johannesburg until today JPI has grown to be one of the reputable schools in the inner city of Johannesburg, Doornforntein. Since its inception in 1997 JPI has provided quality education to thousands of boys and girls for the past 18 years. In July 2015 we have moved from the inner city old University of Johannesburg Buildi
  3. The school opened its gates to the community in 1992, marking this the 24th year. We boast a large school population of 1230 learners. All of our 48 educators are fully qualified, permanent educators. We also have 5 service staff and 24 security that has the backing of the Chubb Rapid Response unit. All of our Learners do Pure Mathematics in Grade 10. We also offer 15-course packages which include: Engineering, Graphics and Design, Travel and & Tourism, Hospitality Studies, Dramatic Arts, Physics, Mathematics, Life Sciences, and Geography to name a few. We are thus able to offer such
  4. The school opened its gates to the community in 1992, marking this the 24th year. We boast a large school population of 1230 learners. All of our 48 educators are fully qualified, permanent educators. We also have 5 service staff and 24 security that has the backing of the Chubb Rapid Response unit. All of our Learners do Pure Mathematics in Grade 10. We also offer 15-course packages which include: Engineering, Graphics and Design, Travel and & Tourism, Hospitality Studies, Dramatic Arts, Physics, Mathematics, Life Sciences, and Geography to name a few. We are thus able to offer such
  5. The academic ethos at the College is as competitive as the one enjoyed in sport and cultural arenas. The College has an outstanding record of academic achievement in the IEB Matriculation Examinations. There has been a 100% pass rate for over a decade, with over 80% of boys receiving an A, B, or C aggregate and a quarter receiving A aggregates. Our small class sizes, highly qualified staff, and the emphasis on the use of state-of-the-art technology in the classrooms and laboratories are reflected in our boys’ excellent results. The school embraces the benefits of technology in enhancing lear
  6. The academic ethos at the College is as competitive as the one enjoyed in sport and cultural arenas. The College has an outstanding record of academic achievement in the IEB Matriculation Examinations. There has been a 100% pass rate for over a decade, with over 80% of boys receiving an A, B, or C aggregate and a quarter receiving A aggregates. Our small class sizes, highly qualified staff, and the emphasis on the use of state-of-the-art technology in the classrooms and laboratories are reflected in our boys’ excellent results. The school embraces the benefits of technology in enhancing lear
  7. The school was opened in 1955 in the old Clapham High buildings on the corner of Du Toit and Dr. Savage Streets. The name of the School was suggested by a member of staff, Miss L.L. Roe, and was formally adopted on the 1st of February 1955, at a meeting of over two hundred parents. At the same time the school motto - Levabo Oculos which means "I will lift my eyes" - suggested by Mr. E. van Niekerk, was accepted the school colors, anthem, and uniform were decided upon and parents association was formed. Miss N. Myburgh acted as principal from 1 March 1993 and was officially appointed as pr
  8. The school was opened in 1955 in the old Clapham High buildings on the corner of Du Toit and Dr. Savage Streets. The name of the School was suggested by a member of staff, Miss L.L. Roe, and was formally adopted on the 1st of February 1955, at a meeting of over two hundred parents. At the same time the school motto - Levabo Oculos which means "I will lift my eyes" - suggested by Mr. E. van Niekerk, was accepted the school colors, anthem, and uniform were decided upon and parents association was formed. Miss N. Myburgh acted as principal from 1 March 1993 and was officially appointed as pr
  9. Lenasia Secondary School or Lenz High as it is more commonly known to the community has been instrumental in the education of the Lenasia community. Lenz High is the first school that was built in Lenasia by the then apartheid government to cater to the educational needs of the Indian community. In the early years, the school was attended by few residents from Lenasia and many learners from Fordburg in Johannesburg were forced by the apartheid regime to travel daily by train to the school. Lenasia Secondary School has served Lenasia, and Johannesburg since 1955. The school has been innova
  10. Lenasia Secondary School or Lenz High as it is more commonly known to the community has been instrumental in the education of the Lenasia community. Lenz High is the first school that was built in Lenasia by the then apartheid government to cater to the educational needs of the Indian community. In the early years, the school was attended by few residents from Lenasia and many learners from Fordburg in Johannesburg were forced by the apartheid regime to travel daily by train to the school. Lenasia Secondary School has served Lenasia, and Johannesburg since 1955. The school has been innova
  11. We are very proud of what we have achieved over the years, and may it continue, with the huge community support in Mtunzini and surrounding areas, we are blessed to have such a great school in such beautiful surroundings. We are grateful for the outstanding community support that has enabled us to achieve so much over the years. Mtunzini Primary school is a school with vision, where each child gets every opportunity to develop to their full potential. Where each pupil can remain an individual a person with potential just waiting to be unlocked by motivated, dedicated, and professional staff.
  12. We are very proud of what we have achieved over the years, and may it continue, with the huge community support in Mtunzini and surrounding areas, we are blessed to have such a great school in such beautiful surroundings. We are grateful for the outstanding community support that has enabled us to achieve so much over the years. Mtunzini Primary school is a school with vision, where each child gets every opportunity to develop to their full potential. Where each pupil can remain an individual a person with potential just waiting to be unlocked by motivated, dedicated, and professional staff.
  13. Mandisa Shiceka High School was established in 1995 under the auspices of the Kagiso Education Crises Committee and some educators who were volunteering their services. This establishment aimed to accommodate learners who could not be admitted to local schools due to the high rate of learners who were seeking admission. Furthermore, the intention was to offer quality teaching and learning programs. The school was officially opened on the 6th October 2000 by Mr. Ignatius Jacobs, the MEC for education. Mandisa Shiceka High school is a public school under the Gauteng Department of Education. It
  14. Mandisa Shiceka High School was established in 1995 under the auspices of the Kagiso Education Crises Committee and some educators who were volunteering their services. This establishment aimed to accommodate learners who could not be admitted to local schools due to the high rate of learners who were seeking admission. Furthermore, the intention was to offer quality teaching and learning programs. The school was officially opened on the 6th October 2000 by Mr. Ignatius Jacobs, the MEC for education. Mandisa Shiceka High school is a public school under the Gauteng Department of Education. It
  15. Navalsig High School is a multicultural school that strives towards developing the excellence of each individual's God-given talents in learning, teaching, and services, thus empowering each one to contribute towards our renaissance. As Navalsig High School offers comprehensive education in different study courses, all learners interested in enrolment must apply at the school in good time and provide proof that they are competent for the courses on offer. Certain external factors, eg. place of residence, feeder schools, and relatives at the school, will be taken into account. School-based
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