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  1. The International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University is a four- year, liberal arts college in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan. The language of instruction is English, with the exception of some Japanese language and cultural courses. International students study Japanese language alongside their degree studies, starting from any level, even complete beginner. Students can choose from a wide array of courses in various disciplines, learning from an intuitive and practical curriculum which incorporates one year studying abroad at one of our 70+ partner universities in more than 30 countries around the world. The innovative courses taught at iCLA lead to a bachelor’s degree in International Liberal Arts with majors in Global Business and Economics, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Arts, and Japan Studies. In addition to Japanese Language courses, studies can also take electives in subject areas like Data Science, Quantitative Reasoning and Natural Sciences, Psychology and Sociology, and Health and Physical Education. Over 60% of our students and 60% of our faculty members are from overseas and hail from over 40 different countries, creating a truly multi-cultural environment. Located just 90 minutes west of Tokyo, Yamanashi is famed for its breathtaking landscapes, historic sites, hot springs, hiking trails, fruit orchards and vineyards, against the iconic backdrop of Mount Fuji. iCLA offers students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the very essence of Japan and its culture, whilst acquiring a contemporary and globally relevant education at our state of the art facilities. For more information on our admissions requirements, fees, and scholarship opportunites, please visit the iCLA Homepage or download a copy of our student brochure. You can find out more about why Japan is a great study destination in our top ten reasons to study in Japan.
  2. The International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University is a four- year, liberal arts college in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan. The language of instruction is English, with the exception of some Japanese language and cultural courses. International students study Japanese language alongside their degree studies, starting from any level, even complete beginner. Students can choose from a wide array of courses in various disciplines, learning from an intuitive and practical curriculum which incorporates one year studying abroad at one of our 70+ partner universities in more than 30 countries around the world. The innovative courses taught at iCLA lead to a bachelor’s degree in International Liberal Arts with majors in Global Business and Economics, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Arts, and Japan Studies. In addition to Japanese Language courses, studies can also take electives in subject areas like Data Science, Quantitative Reasoning and Natural Sciences, Psychology and Sociology, and Health and Physical Education. Over 60% of our students and 60% of our faculty members are from overseas and hail from over 40 different countries, creating a truly multi-cultural environment. Located just 90 minutes west of Tokyo, Yamanashi is famed for its breathtaking landscapes, historic sites, hot springs, hiking trails, fruit orchards and vineyards, against the iconic backdrop of Mount Fuji. iCLA offers students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the very essence of Japan and its culture, whilst acquiring a contemporary and globally relevant education at our state of the art facilities. For more information on our admissions requirements, fees, and scholarship opportunites, please visit the iCLA Homepage or download a copy of our student brochure. You can find out more about why Japan is a great study destination in our top ten reasons to study in Japan. View full university
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    About us We are ICHM. A new breed business educator, here to advance new breed thinkers. ICHM champions ‘learning forward’ - focusing on the learning of tomorrow as industry ready grads. Giving young talent the skills, networks, and hands -on experience to hit the ground running. Founded on the success of ICHM’s previously university owned, renowned hospitality in business college, we have broadened our focus with a Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Business in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, as well as the well-established Hospitality Bachelors. ICHM is learning for change by educating future grads, to be future equipped and ready to join the workforce as a high performing asset. We educate in modern ways with ‘hybrid learning’, that mixes on-line education with intern and externships made for grads to hit the ground running. This is Business made different. Designed to be dynamic, creative, and connected - and always focused on the outcome - an awesome job at the end of it. This is you at ICHM, learning to change for a changing business world. Learn more
  4. East Georgia State College is an associate degree-granting, liberal arts institution of the University System of Georgia providing its students access to both academically transferable pathways and collaborative programs in occupation-related fields. The College also offers targeted baccalaureate level degrees that support the University System's initiative to expand educational opportunities. The College prepares traditional and nontraditional students for success in the global 21st century through technologically advanced teaching and learning environment that fosters personal growth by utilizing an expanding range of resources and amenities, including an on-campus student residential option. The College also continuously engages the communities it serves through public service and cultural enrichment. At East Georgia State College, we strive to provide our students with a rewarding college experience filled with student activities and apartment-style on-campus housing that makes our campus feel like your new home. With numerous student organizations, intramurals, athletics, and on-campus events - EGSC provides you many opportunities to develop personal leadership. Our concerned professors and welcoming environment will provide you with the personalized attention and first-class education you need to succeed. Studying at East Georgia State College can take many different paths. Whether you select our main campus in Swainsboro, our extension locations in Statesboro or Augusta, or obtain a degree online you will be glad you have chosen to enroll at East Georgia State College. We offer small classes with faculty dedicated to teaching and preparing you for whatever challenges you wish to pursue beyond EGSC. Our flexible course offerings provide day, evening, weekend, and online options. Our mission in the Financial Aid Office is to assist you and your family in affording your college education cost. This is accomplished by awarding grants, loans, and student work programs. By providing you with a supportive and comfortable environment where counselors are willing to work with you in obtaining the necessary funds, you may need to attend EGSC. Sustained critical inquiry lies at the heart of an East Georgia State College education. Our goal is to enable students to develop themselves as productive members of society who can think clearly and critically, understand and respect differences, and express themselves persuasively. We seek to provide an academically challenging and lively community of students and teachers committed to intellectual growth through individual and collaborative endeavors. East Georgia State College graduates are prepared for responsible leadership lives, enhanced by continued learning, and enriched by lasting values. We encourage you to get involved in a student club or organization for the best college experience possible. Not only will you have fun and make life-long friends, but you will also learn leadership and teambuilding skills that will prepare you for your future career. There are various student clubs and organizations where you will connect with other students who share similar interests. Make the most of your time at East Georgia State College! Scholarships are made possible by generous donors. They are awarded via a competitive process to EGSC students who have applied, meet specific criteria, and be selected by a scholarship application review committee. Scholarships are typically awarded for educational expenses for one academic year or term (fall and spring or spring only) unless otherwise noted. It is the mission of Career Services to provide services and opportunities to all of East Georgia State College students and alumni that foster career explorations and development. Partnerships with employers, faculty, staff, learning institutions, and the community will help create and maintain a learning environment that maximizes the opportunity for students and alumni to succeed. A student who is still completing a high school or secondary school education, or has completed high school or secondary school and has not taken a college or university course, or those who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a baccalaureate degree, is considered a freshman for purposes of admission to East Georgia State College. Applicants transferring into EGSC with less than 30 hours of transferable college credit will need to meet freshmen requirements to be guaranteed admission. An applicant who graduated or would have graduated from high school five or more years ago is considered a nontraditional student. This includes both beginning freshmen and those with previous college or university attendance. The high school transcript requirement will be waived for applicants with 30 semester hours or more transferable college credit after a full evaluation of all previous college coursework is completed. Applicants who are currently enrolled in another accredited college or university and applies to East Georgia State College for one semester to take courses that will transfer back to their current institution.
  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 learning, with the campus being covered by a wireless LAN, allowing boys access to the highly developed Kearsney intranet and the internet, and extensive use being made of SMART Boards and other ICT resources. All Grade 8 boys undergo a Readiness Test in the first week of Grade 8. The results from this test are analyzed and English literacy support lessons are offered weekly, within the timetable, by our Academic Support Specialist, to boys in Grade 8 and 9 who have been identified as having a low reading age, or who have been flagged by the English department as needing development in literacy, vocabulary or comprehension skills. Should a boy start to show signs of battling with the rigors of his high school studies such as not completing tasks or tests on time not keeping up with the content covered in class or battling to retain information when studying, it is suggested that his parents make an appointment with the College’s Academic Support Specialist. She may recommend that a boy undergoes an educational psychologist’s assessment to determine whether he has an underlying barrier to learning. A list of IEB-approved educational psychologists will be provided to the parents to set up this assessment. Once the report from the educational psychologist has been received an application will be made by the Academic Support Specialist, on behalf of the parents, to the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) for the granting of an examination accommodation for the boy. Should the accommodations be granted by the IEB they are then put in place. Every boy’s academic support requirements are unique. In addition, some boys are busier in the afternoons than others. We believe that customizing an individual academic support program, at no extra cost, for each boy within the context of a varied, cumulative, and structured assessment program, will ensure that he achieves academic results at the end of his Grade 12 year that is in keeping with his true academic potential. Kearsney provides a dynamic environment to promote sporting excellence, sportsmanship, and healthy competition for all. The SportZone at Kearsney has been developed to provide outstanding facilities to complement our well-established High-Performance program. The SportZone includes a 280sq meter weights gym where individualized conditioning programs are provided for our sportsmen. The indoor center provides seven cricket nets with full run-ups and four bowling machines, indoor hockey and soccer, and two basketball courts. The aquatic facilities are among the best in South Africa, with two pools, one heated. There are more than 20 sporting venues on campus. Professional coaches are employed for training and developing the boys’ skills and fitness. Some of South Africa’s great sportsmen are Kearsney Old Boys and are involved in coaching clinics at the College from time to time. Kearsney College is without peers when it comes to excellence in arts and culture. Our internationally renowned choir, vibrant drama scene, and excellent Fine Arts program are complemented by a dynamic club and cultural program. [email protected] is our exciting annual program designed to celebrate the arts and promote cultural appreciation among the youth in KwaZulu-Natal. Watch a video about the program. Read more. In keeping with the College’s aim of developing well-balanced boys, all boys are encouraged to become a member of at least one club. Kearsney strives to teach boys that emotional courage IS courage, and that courage and empathy are the sources of real strength in life. View full school
  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 learning, with the campus being covered by a wireless LAN, allowing boys access to the highly developed Kearsney intranet and the internet, and extensive use being made of SMART Boards and other ICT resources. All Grade 8 boys undergo a Readiness Test in the first week of Grade 8. The results from this test are analyzed and English literacy support lessons are offered weekly, within the timetable, by our Academic Support Specialist, to boys in Grade 8 and 9 who have been identified as having a low reading age, or who have been flagged by the English department as needing development in literacy, vocabulary or comprehension skills. Should a boy start to show signs of battling with the rigors of his high school studies such as not completing tasks or tests on time not keeping up with the content covered in class or battling to retain information when studying, it is suggested that his parents make an appointment with the College’s Academic Support Specialist. She may recommend that a boy undergoes an educational psychologist’s assessment to determine whether he has an underlying barrier to learning. A list of IEB-approved educational psychologists will be provided to the parents to set up this assessment. Once the report from the educational psychologist has been received an application will be made by the Academic Support Specialist, on behalf of the parents, to the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) for the granting of an examination accommodation for the boy. Should the accommodations be granted by the IEB they are then put in place. Every boy’s academic support requirements are unique. In addition, some boys are busier in the afternoons than others. We believe that customizing an individual academic support program, at no extra cost, for each boy within the context of a varied, cumulative, and structured assessment program, will ensure that he achieves academic results at the end of his Grade 12 year that is in keeping with his true academic potential. Kearsney provides a dynamic environment to promote sporting excellence, sportsmanship, and healthy competition for all. The SportZone at Kearsney has been developed to provide outstanding facilities to complement our well-established High-Performance program. The SportZone includes a 280sq meter weights gym where individualized conditioning programs are provided for our sportsmen. The indoor center provides seven cricket nets with full run-ups and four bowling machines, indoor hockey and soccer, and two basketball courts. The aquatic facilities are among the best in South Africa, with two pools, one heated. There are more than 20 sporting venues on campus. Professional coaches are employed for training and developing the boys’ skills and fitness. Some of South Africa’s great sportsmen are Kearsney Old Boys and are involved in coaching clinics at the College from time to time. Kearsney College is without peers when it comes to excellence in arts and culture. Our internationally renowned choir, vibrant drama scene, and excellent Fine Arts program are complemented by a dynamic club and cultural program. [email protected] is our exciting annual program designed to celebrate the arts and promote cultural appreciation among the youth in KwaZulu-Natal. Watch a video about the program. Read more. In keeping with the College’s aim of developing well-balanced boys, all boys are encouraged to become a member of at least one club. Kearsney strives to teach boys that emotional courage IS courage, and that courage and empathy are the sources of real strength in life.
  7. The rich history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation can be traced back to 1140 and is characterized by a spirit of independence, adaptability, and foresight. Under the insightful leadership of Kgosi Mokgatle, who reigned from 1834 to 1891, the men of the Bafokeng left Phokeng to raise money by working on the diamond mines in Kimberley. As black South Africans could not own property at that time, the Bafokeng Nation pooled its money and bought land with the help of Lutheran missionaries, who fronted the purchases and then held it in trust for the community. In the 1920s, platinum deposits were discovered on Bafokeng land, which led to a wave of encroachment over the years by mining companies. With the arrival of democracy in 1994, the Bafokeng, under Kgosi Edward Lebone Molotlegi (Lebone I), was for the first time able to legally control their territory, negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement with mining companies, and gain a stake in the mines and earning rights from their land’s use. It is with the profits from these rights that the Nation is now able to invest in civil and infrastructure programs to uplift its community. Visionary leadership has led to the Bafokeng Nation’s prosperity – a tradition that is carried through to its investment in projects such as Lebone II – College of the Royal Bafokeng. The school was established as the vision of Kgosi Lebone II (1995-2000), who founded a world-class education facility in Phokeng. This vision has been further supported and nurtured by Kgosi Leruo Tshekedi Molotlegi (2000-present). Under Kgosi Leruo, the school moved to its new world-class campus in 2012, and he remains unwavering in his support of the school and the development of excellent educational opportunities and facilities for the Nation. Lebone II is an African school with a royal heritage, grounded in Setswana culture and shaped by a consciousness of our African context. It is in this spirit that we celebrate difference, and are proud of a student and staff body that is truly diverse. What makes us unique is our Royal Bafokeng heritage, our service to the community, and our approach to education. Lebone II aims to provide the inspiration, education, and opportunities that positively influence the Royal Bafokeng Nation and the world. Our learning environment is dynamic, innovative, and creative. We equip our students with the skills, tools, and mindfulness necessary for them to complete their academic careers and make a positive contribution to their communities, South Africa, and the rest of the world. At Lebone II, every child is seen and taken care of. We focus on all aspects of our students’ well-being, combining academic excellence with a comprehensive cultural and sporting program, as well as pastoral care. Our excellent teaching and boarding facilities further enhance this, and the school allows children to learn, live and grow in an uplifting environment. Lebone II is a research-driven school where high-quality learning programs are developed in line with international best practices. Ours is a school that encourages curiosity and experimentation while following the example of some of the best educational institutions around the world. We are focused on achieving excellence and our alumni have a strong track record of success. Lebone II’s staff members are an exceptional group of experienced education specialists dedicated to improving education in our school, community, and country. Our school was built to foster a sense of community. We designed the school to take on the shape of a village, where departments are defined as neighborhoods and the space between is communal and social. We believe that everyone at Lebone II belongs with us and can be uplifted by us, and we welcome them compassionately. Our values shape the purpose and reality of our school. We not only communicate with them – we live and teach them. In addition to equipping our students with skills that will provide them with a solid academic foundation, we teach them our values to foster a sense of belonging at Lebone II, where they support and have respect for one another and the broader school community. Our values are important to us and are an illustration of what we as a school stand for and believe in. We bring our school values to life through the #livingourvalues campaign, where we explore what each value stands for, and encourage students and teachers to practice these values and live out their meaning. Each year our Grade 4 students explore the question “What influence do leaders have in communities and how does it impact your life?” Their exploration includes their consideration of what we can learn from our leaders and the identification of good leadership traits. At the same time, they explore the history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation, where they are tasked to collect and research objects and materials of cultural, religious, and historical importance for the Nation. The students display all their findings at their wonderful ‘Bafokeng Museum’, where they take turns to present their findings and insights to visiting staff and students. View full school
  8. The rich history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation can be traced back to 1140 and is characterized by a spirit of independence, adaptability, and foresight. Under the insightful leadership of Kgosi Mokgatle, who reigned from 1834 to 1891, the men of the Bafokeng left Phokeng to raise money by working on the diamond mines in Kimberley. As black South Africans could not own property at that time, the Bafokeng Nation pooled its money and bought land with the help of Lutheran missionaries, who fronted the purchases and then held it in trust for the community. In the 1920s, platinum deposits were discovered on Bafokeng land, which led to a wave of encroachment over the years by mining companies. With the arrival of democracy in 1994, the Bafokeng, under Kgosi Edward Lebone Molotlegi (Lebone I), was for the first time able to legally control their territory, negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement with mining companies, and gain a stake in the mines and earning rights from their land’s use. It is with the profits from these rights that the Nation is now able to invest in civil and infrastructure programs to uplift its community. Visionary leadership has led to the Bafokeng Nation’s prosperity – a tradition that is carried through to its investment in projects such as Lebone II – College of the Royal Bafokeng. The school was established as the vision of Kgosi Lebone II (1995-2000), who founded a world-class education facility in Phokeng. This vision has been further supported and nurtured by Kgosi Leruo Tshekedi Molotlegi (2000-present). Under Kgosi Leruo, the school moved to its new world-class campus in 2012, and he remains unwavering in his support of the school and the development of excellent educational opportunities and facilities for the Nation. Lebone II is an African school with a royal heritage, grounded in Setswana culture and shaped by a consciousness of our African context. It is in this spirit that we celebrate difference, and are proud of a student and staff body that is truly diverse. What makes us unique is our Royal Bafokeng heritage, our service to the community, and our approach to education. Lebone II aims to provide the inspiration, education, and opportunities that positively influence the Royal Bafokeng Nation and the world. Our learning environment is dynamic, innovative, and creative. We equip our students with the skills, tools, and mindfulness necessary for them to complete their academic careers and make a positive contribution to their communities, South Africa, and the rest of the world. At Lebone II, every child is seen and taken care of. We focus on all aspects of our students’ well-being, combining academic excellence with a comprehensive cultural and sporting program, as well as pastoral care. Our excellent teaching and boarding facilities further enhance this, and the school allows children to learn, live and grow in an uplifting environment. Lebone II is a research-driven school where high-quality learning programs are developed in line with international best practices. Ours is a school that encourages curiosity and experimentation while following the example of some of the best educational institutions around the world. We are focused on achieving excellence and our alumni have a strong track record of success. Lebone II’s staff members are an exceptional group of experienced education specialists dedicated to improving education in our school, community, and country. Our school was built to foster a sense of community. We designed the school to take on the shape of a village, where departments are defined as neighborhoods and the space between is communal and social. We believe that everyone at Lebone II belongs with us and can be uplifted by us, and we welcome them compassionately. Our values shape the purpose and reality of our school. We not only communicate with them – we live and teach them. In addition to equipping our students with skills that will provide them with a solid academic foundation, we teach them our values to foster a sense of belonging at Lebone II, where they support and have respect for one another and the broader school community. Our values are important to us and are an illustration of what we as a school stand for and believe in. We bring our school values to life through the #livingourvalues campaign, where we explore what each value stands for, and encourage students and teachers to practice these values and live out their meaning. Each year our Grade 4 students explore the question “What influence do leaders have in communities and how does it impact your life?” Their exploration includes their consideration of what we can learn from our leaders and the identification of good leadership traits. At the same time, they explore the history of the Royal Bafokeng Nation, where they are tasked to collect and research objects and materials of cultural, religious, and historical importance for the Nation. The students display all their findings at their wonderful ‘Bafokeng Museum’, where they take turns to present their findings and insights to visiting staff and students.
  9. Maritzburg College was founded as Pietermaritzburg High School in 1863 to accommodate the influx of children arriving at the new city of Pietermaritzburg as well as those from the surrounding farmlands in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. As the school grew, ‘the best-trained architect in the Colony’, Mr. PM Dudgeon, was commissioned to design, on the then outskirts of the city, a larger classroom and boarding block. Completed in 1888, this building later became known as Clark House, honoring the school’s third headmaster, Mr. RD Clark (MA (Oxon)), who is often referred to as ‘the Father of College’. Clark House is a Pietermaritzburg landmark and carries South Africa’s heritage seal, certifying it as a national monument. A similar honor was bestowed on the school’s Victoria Hall, the building of which began in 1897 (Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee year) and which served as a British Army hospital from November 1899 until July 1900, during the Second Boer War. At Maritzburg College we are fortunate to enjoy a variety of top-quality facilities spread over our extensive campus. Catering to a wide range of sporting, educational and cultural needs, our facilities development team is constantly planning and developing the campus to ensure our boys are well catered for. The fully air-conditioned facility is central to the school’s academic program and lends itself to relaxed reading or research. Staff and students have access to a wide range of both print and electronic resources and are ably assisted by a staff of two librarians and two library assistants. Academically, Maritzburg College is one of the leading boys’ schools in both the province and the country and continuously strives for excellence by nurturing the highest academic standards. We also hold our own internationally, having produced a Fulbright Scholar and several Rhodes Scholars. We offer a wide range of subjects, including Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, History, Geography, Physical Science, Life Sciences, Economics, Accounting, Business Studies, IT, Computer Applications Technology, Graphic Engineering and Design, Visual Arts, Dramatic Arts and Music. Extra subjects are offered to boys with the academic prowess to succeed. Our Honours Board, on display in our main foyer, details the hundreds of achievements of Old Boys over the years, including university chancellors, judges, bishops, authors, and directors of education. We are exceptionally proud of the academic track record of our boys. All sixty-five of our classrooms are fully equipped and carpeted, and our teachers make regular use of computers, projectors, and interactive whiteboards during lessons. The school’s media center is also fully stocked with a wide variety of resources for teachers to use to supplement lessons. Reading is actively promoted by the library, subject, and language staff. Boys can borrow up to five books for three weeks. A reservation system ensures access to popular titles and boys are encouraged to suggest titles they wish to see in the library. An increasing number of boys already enjoy reading on their e-readers and the library launched an e-reading program in 2013. In 2014, the Media Centre launched its eLibrary (Wheelers), which has been well received by the boys. Encyclopedia Britannica Online, School Edition, was launched in 2015, and further digital resources are anticipated. Work stations are available for users to access the library database. Every boy is guided through a series of information skills to enable him to progress as an independent learner. Subject research lessons in the library are supported by both library and subject staff. The proximity of the Computer Room allows free movement between print and electronic resources. Approximately 40 library monitors provide an essential service, assisting with circulations and ensuring access to the library’s resources. Photocopy facilities are available to the boys, as are services such as scanning, printing, and laminating. Built at long last after the wars, The Elizabeth Hall, as it was originally named, was officially opened on Speech Day in 1960. It was to serve as the school assembly hall, however, the school had already outgrown it before it was completed. It was designed by O Servant, an Old Collegian, and member of the Provincial Architect’s Office. It was later renamed in honor of the past Headmaster, Mr. Keith Olivier. The Olivier Cultural Centre is now home to our Dramatic Arts Department and the large, well-equipped venue is used for dramatic and musical performances and events. We also offer two custom-built drama classrooms as well as a newly completed Music Centre. Every Educator has access to either a laptop, iPad, or desktop computer. 75% of our educators have been provided with laptops and iPads. This ensures that educators have the necessary tools to provide a modern education for every student. These resources help to narrow the digital divide between students and educators. We are currently awaiting the SA launch of Microsoft Classroom Microsoft’s tailored educational app, which we will implement into our environment. View full school
  10. Maritzburg College was founded as Pietermaritzburg High School in 1863 to accommodate the influx of children arriving at the new city of Pietermaritzburg as well as those from the surrounding farmlands in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. As the school grew, ‘the best-trained architect in the Colony’, Mr. PM Dudgeon, was commissioned to design, on the then outskirts of the city, a larger classroom and boarding block. Completed in 1888, this building later became known as Clark House, honoring the school’s third headmaster, Mr. RD Clark (MA (Oxon)), who is often referred to as ‘the Father of College’. Clark House is a Pietermaritzburg landmark and carries South Africa’s heritage seal, certifying it as a national monument. A similar honor was bestowed on the school’s Victoria Hall, the building of which began in 1897 (Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee year) and which served as a British Army hospital from November 1899 until July 1900, during the Second Boer War. At Maritzburg College we are fortunate to enjoy a variety of top-quality facilities spread over our extensive campus. Catering to a wide range of sporting, educational and cultural needs, our facilities development team is constantly planning and developing the campus to ensure our boys are well catered for. The fully air-conditioned facility is central to the school’s academic program and lends itself to relaxed reading or research. Staff and students have access to a wide range of both print and electronic resources and are ably assisted by a staff of two librarians and two library assistants. Academically, Maritzburg College is one of the leading boys’ schools in both the province and the country and continuously strives for excellence by nurturing the highest academic standards. We also hold our own internationally, having produced a Fulbright Scholar and several Rhodes Scholars. We offer a wide range of subjects, including Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, English, Afrikaans, isiZulu, History, Geography, Physical Science, Life Sciences, Economics, Accounting, Business Studies, IT, Computer Applications Technology, Graphic Engineering and Design, Visual Arts, Dramatic Arts and Music. Extra subjects are offered to boys with the academic prowess to succeed. Our Honours Board, on display in our main foyer, details the hundreds of achievements of Old Boys over the years, including university chancellors, judges, bishops, authors, and directors of education. We are exceptionally proud of the academic track record of our boys. All sixty-five of our classrooms are fully equipped and carpeted, and our teachers make regular use of computers, projectors, and interactive whiteboards during lessons. The school’s media center is also fully stocked with a wide variety of resources for teachers to use to supplement lessons. Reading is actively promoted by the library, subject, and language staff. Boys can borrow up to five books for three weeks. A reservation system ensures access to popular titles and boys are encouraged to suggest titles they wish to see in the library. An increasing number of boys already enjoy reading on their e-readers and the library launched an e-reading program in 2013. In 2014, the Media Centre launched its eLibrary (Wheelers), which has been well received by the boys. Encyclopedia Britannica Online, School Edition, was launched in 2015, and further digital resources are anticipated. Work stations are available for users to access the library database. Every boy is guided through a series of information skills to enable him to progress as an independent learner. Subject research lessons in the library are supported by both library and subject staff. The proximity of the Computer Room allows free movement between print and electronic resources. Approximately 40 library monitors provide an essential service, assisting with circulations and ensuring access to the library’s resources. Photocopy facilities are available to the boys, as are services such as scanning, printing, and laminating. Built at long last after the wars, The Elizabeth Hall, as it was originally named, was officially opened on Speech Day in 1960. It was to serve as the school assembly hall, however, the school had already outgrown it before it was completed. It was designed by O Servant, an Old Collegian, and member of the Provincial Architect’s Office. It was later renamed in honor of the past Headmaster, Mr. Keith Olivier. The Olivier Cultural Centre is now home to our Dramatic Arts Department and the large, well-equipped venue is used for dramatic and musical performances and events. We also offer two custom-built drama classrooms as well as a newly completed Music Centre. Every Educator has access to either a laptop, iPad, or desktop computer. 75% of our educators have been provided with laptops and iPads. This ensures that educators have the necessary tools to provide a modern education for every student. These resources help to narrow the digital divide between students and educators. We are currently awaiting the SA launch of Microsoft Classroom Microsoft’s tailored educational app, which we will implement into our environment.
  11. St. Peter's ACHS College School is an independent academic Catholic day and or residential boys school grades 1-8. Since 1990, our school, with its small classes, has offered a unique and challenging academic school program using and combining Religion, sports, and a "hands-on" approach as a part of its academic base. Our unique program is designed specifically for boys "to put the fun back into learning" and has allowed them to progress at their speed and development rate. Our enriched academic program encompasses, and in many areas, has surpassed the Ontario Ministry of Education School Curriculum expectations and guidelines. Over the years, many of our graduates have found success and have experienced a smooth transition to high school. Much of that success is mostly partly attributed to the foundations gained through the unique and individualized program offered at St. Peter's ACHS College School. Our vision is simple "Create a safe, fun, interactive learning environment for boys with a strong emphasis on excelling academically and physically at their level and pace. Our mission is to provide a unique, innovative approach that makes students excited about learning. The House System at our school is a means of encouraging students to take an active interest in the school's life through their involvement in academic, athletic, and artistic activities. At our school, we have four houses. Each student is a member of one of these houses and will remain with that house for their entire stay at St. Peter's ACHS College School. Everything a student does during his career at our school is representative of the house. Students earned points through various areas and activities and are totaled at the end of the school year. The house with the most points will be presented with the Championship House Plaque. A-Rank Leadership System is promoted at our school. Just as sports teams have a captain and assistants, all our students at our school are encouraged to achieve rank status. The Rank system is set up to help other students, staff, and the school promotes high academics and leadership skills. The rank system provides students with a mentor and teaches them to resolve conflict and problem solve and set goals to improve. Ranks assist in school government and are taught to help the students around them. Students at our school are tested regularly. At ACHS College School, assessment is ongoing and is gathered from a variety of methods and observations. Parents and students receive a written report evaluating the students' performance and achievement a minimum of three times per year. Parents are kept up to date with daily log sheets, personal interviews, and phone calls. Our school life's academic component is focused, with our efforts aimed at assisting each boy in reaching his full potential. Students work independently at their level and speed in a highly disciplined environment. We appeal to all learning styles, enabling them to work more effectively, enabling them to experience tremendous success. The school has integrated various teaching philosophies in education and stresses maximum hands-on and visual concepts derived from the Montessori Foundations of education. Students have great influence in the school regarding its policies, discipline, conduct, and program. They take ownership of their education and assist in governing the student body. At St. Peter's ACHS College School, students are expected to work hard and can do so with confidence in a comfortable setting. Class size is significant at our school. To be most effective, we have set up our classes to have no more than 15 students per classroom for grades 1-2 and no more than 20 students per classroom for grades 3-8. The overall student/staff ratio is 10:1. Our classes are kept small enough to ensure that students get a great deal of attention, support, and individualized instruction from their teachers. Our school day begins at 8:15 a.m. sharp with our national anthem's singing followed by prayers and inspection. Most mornings are devoted to the study of communication skills, including Spelling, Grammar, Creative Writing, Reading, Comprehension, French, Computers, Handwriting, and Math. Afternoons are usually set aside for Leadership Development, Religion, History, Science, Geography, Health, Outdoor Education, and Art. Religion takes an active part in our school as part of the curriculum. St. Peter's ACHS College School is actively dedicated to teaching the tenets of the Roman Catholic Faith. Students are taught Roman Catholic Doctrines, Teachings, and Values. They are taught and expected to live a Catholic lifestyle, as per our Religion under Christ. As part of this, students are expected to attend Mass regularly to help develop their faith. Non-Catholic students are welcome at our school and would be required to take Religion as a subject. Our school is proud to have students in attendance from various religious beliefs. We will not force our religious beliefs on anyone that is not a part of the Catholic Denomination.
  12. Ashbury was started in 1994 at its current location in Fairleads Benoni as a Combined School, educating students from grade 000 to grade 12. Teamwork, Self-discipline, Commitment, Tolerance, Active participation, Achievement, Communication, Leadership, and Involvement. We provide holistic education, based on sound norms and values in a caring and nurturing environment, where students are encouraged to reach their full potential in the classroom, on the sports field, and in cultural activities. By setting high standards for the staff, students, and parents at Ashbury we create an environment of dedication, self-discipline, and cooperation. When a child is given the proper support and encouragement, he/she dares to dream. And when children are given all the resources necessary for quality education, they can make their dreams a reality. Ashbury School follows the curriculum set out by the Basic Department of Education of South Africa. The National Senior Certificate Examinations are written by our Grade 12 pupils at the end of their Grade 12 year. As an athlete, I understand that it is my responsibility to abide by the following: Place academic achievement as the highest priority. Display good sportsmanship and exhibit fair play and proper conduct on and off the playing field. Show respect for teammates, opponents, officials, and coaches. Respect the integrity and judgment of referees and umpires. Refrain from the use of profanity, vulgarity, and other offensive language or gestures. Return all equipment in good order. The athlete is held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. Attend all scheduled practices and games. I understand that failure to attend practice may result in reduced game playing time. Follow all school disciplinary rules as described in the school Code of Conduct. Win with character loses with dignity. Ashbury College has historically been among the top achieving schools culturally. As a school, we encourage our pupils to participate in the Benoni Eisteddfod. At this annual event, our pupils have won numerous trophies and walked away with several Prestige certificates. The pupils in the High School participate in the Annual Play Festival hosted by Willowmoore High and have had some of our actors/actresses receiving special mentions and winning trophies for their performances. Our pupils participate in school concerts, Choir, Speech competitions at various levels, enjoy debating, and get involved in community projects through either Rotakids in the Prep School or Interact in the High School. In the interest of student safety, it is the parent/guardians/student’s responsibility to ensure the correct home address, telephone and cellular phone numbers and emergency contact information are on file at the school. Please contact the school and report any changes to the above. Information sheets are sent out annually to update information. Good behavior inside and outside of the school is strictly enforced and is of the utmost importance. The readmission of students who discredit the school will be reviewed annually. The image of the school is way more important than the individual as the benefits of attending a school with a good image are of inestimable value! View full school
  13. Ashbury was started in 1994 at its current location in Fairleads Benoni as a Combined School, educating students from grade 000 to grade 12. Teamwork, Self-discipline, Commitment, Tolerance, Active participation, Achievement, Communication, Leadership, and Involvement. We provide holistic education, based on sound norms and values in a caring and nurturing environment, where students are encouraged to reach their full potential in the classroom, on the sports field, and in cultural activities. By setting high standards for the staff, students, and parents at Ashbury we create an environment of dedication, self-discipline, and cooperation. When a child is given the proper support and encouragement, he/she dares to dream. And when children are given all the resources necessary for quality education, they can make their dreams a reality. Ashbury School follows the curriculum set out by the Basic Department of Education of South Africa. The National Senior Certificate Examinations are written by our Grade 12 pupils at the end of their Grade 12 year. As an athlete, I understand that it is my responsibility to abide by the following: Place academic achievement as the highest priority. Display good sportsmanship and exhibit fair play and proper conduct on and off the playing field. Show respect for teammates, opponents, officials, and coaches. Respect the integrity and judgment of referees and umpires. Refrain from the use of profanity, vulgarity, and other offensive language or gestures. Return all equipment in good order. The athlete is held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. Attend all scheduled practices and games. I understand that failure to attend practice may result in reduced game playing time. Follow all school disciplinary rules as described in the school Code of Conduct. Win with character loses with dignity. Ashbury College has historically been among the top achieving schools culturally. As a school, we encourage our pupils to participate in the Benoni Eisteddfod. At this annual event, our pupils have won numerous trophies and walked away with several Prestige certificates. The pupils in the High School participate in the Annual Play Festival hosted by Willowmoore High and have had some of our actors/actresses receiving special mentions and winning trophies for their performances. Our pupils participate in school concerts, Choir, Speech competitions at various levels, enjoy debating, and get involved in community projects through either Rotakids in the Prep School or Interact in the High School. In the interest of student safety, it is the parent/guardians/student’s responsibility to ensure the correct home address, telephone and cellular phone numbers and emergency contact information are on file at the school. Please contact the school and report any changes to the above. Information sheets are sent out annually to update information. Good behavior inside and outside of the school is strictly enforced and is of the utmost importance. The readmission of students who discredit the school will be reviewed annually. The image of the school is way more important than the individual as the benefits of attending a school with a good image are of inestimable value!
  14. Established in 1973, under the proprietorship of the late Buds Nirhoo, Anchorlite College was the pioneer institution to open its doors to a multicultural society, maintaining discipline at its highest level. This legacy has been passed down to his daughter, Mrs. S.D Sewrajh, who has re-established the Anchorlite brand shortly after the sudden decease of Mr. Nirhoo. Anchorlite continues to deliver relevant, affordable and recognized Qualifications across its branches that will lead to employment and promotions within the working environment. Over the years, Anchorlite College has become a household name amongst various communities, as it continues to grow by setting standards and paving the way for private education. Anchorlite Independent School, in the interim, has undergone several structural changes, creating direction and vision for the forth coming years. Further Education and Training (FET) Grade 10, 11, and 12 School curriculums, and have successfully taken FET learners through the process of activities, continued assessments, and final National Senior Certificate examinations. Since opening its doors to equal education for all race groups, Anchorlite has earned the respect of the entire nation, including the South African Government of National Unity when it came into power. This gave rise to an education division for grade 12 and, a Further Education and Training division. The hands-on training approach allows our students to work directly within industry, trade, and commerce and our variety of courses give students many options in choosing a career path of their choice. We believe that the use of quality programs and resources will enhance the confidence, skills, and knowledge of our nation so that they may take pride in making a productive contribution in a developing South Africa. Anchorlite College aims to be a provider of superior education through excellence. To facilitate quality education and training that is regulated by policies and legislation, by actively participating in the reconstruction and the transformation of the education and training sector in South Africa To create a positive environment, one that supports and motivates learners to make an effective contribution to the economy of South Africa. Anchorlite College SA recognizes that English is the language of business in South Africa, and it is also the primary language of communication globally. We are committed to providing access to as many learners as possible. Therefore English is the language of instruction and tuition. Anchorlite College SA strives to foster a learning environment that enables a learner to pursue a qualification without interrupting their hectic schedules/ lifestyles. Academic support will be provided by lecturers who are suitably qualified in subject matter content. All delivery modes will be supported by a monitoring mechanism to ensure quality teaching and learning prevails through the qualification. On-site workplace training will also be monitored at regular intervals to ensure there is compliance with the curriculum and learners are adequately prepared for the final examination. Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning, it aims to prepare learners for the external examination. The learner’s final mark will compromise a combination of formal Assessment tasks and the final examination. Learners will have to complete assessment tasks (tests, assignments, or practicals) and also write the final examination. Grade 10 – 12 / Rewrite and Upgrade Matric School Located in the hub of Durban’s CBD hosting Grades 10-12. Offering a variety of subjects to choose from, allows the student to receive individual attention about their focal areas. Anchorlite has adopted a school environment where the student’s areas of risk are identified, and a process of intervention is implemented. Apart from the Full-time school, there is also the Examination Centre which allows students that were unsuccessful in graduating at Matric to re-attempt failed subjects. The National Curriculum Statement grades R -12 (NCS) stipulates policy on curriculum and assessment in the schooling sector. To improve the implementation the NCS was amended and developed into Curriculum Assessment Policy (CAPS). In grades 10-12 a learner is required to do 7 Subjects of which 4 are compulsory. View full school
  15. Established in 1973, under the proprietorship of the late Buds Nirhoo, Anchorlite College was the pioneer institution to open its doors to a multicultural society, maintaining discipline at its highest level. This legacy has been passed down to his daughter, Mrs. S.D Sewrajh, who has re-established the Anchorlite brand shortly after the sudden decease of Mr. Nirhoo. Anchorlite continues to deliver relevant, affordable and recognized Qualifications across its branches that will lead to employment and promotions within the working environment. Over the years, Anchorlite College has become a household name amongst various communities, as it continues to grow by setting standards and paving the way for private education. Anchorlite Independent School, in the interim, has undergone several structural changes, creating direction and vision for the forth coming years. Further Education and Training (FET) Grade 10, 11, and 12 School curriculums, and have successfully taken FET learners through the process of activities, continued assessments, and final National Senior Certificate examinations. Since opening its doors to equal education for all race groups, Anchorlite has earned the respect of the entire nation, including the South African Government of National Unity when it came into power. This gave rise to an education division for grade 12 and, a Further Education and Training division. The hands-on training approach allows our students to work directly within industry, trade, and commerce and our variety of courses give students many options in choosing a career path of their choice. We believe that the use of quality programs and resources will enhance the confidence, skills, and knowledge of our nation so that they may take pride in making a productive contribution in a developing South Africa. Anchorlite College aims to be a provider of superior education through excellence. To facilitate quality education and training that is regulated by policies and legislation, by actively participating in the reconstruction and the transformation of the education and training sector in South Africa To create a positive environment, one that supports and motivates learners to make an effective contribution to the economy of South Africa. Anchorlite College SA recognizes that English is the language of business in South Africa, and it is also the primary language of communication globally. We are committed to providing access to as many learners as possible. Therefore English is the language of instruction and tuition. Anchorlite College SA strives to foster a learning environment that enables a learner to pursue a qualification without interrupting their hectic schedules/ lifestyles. Academic support will be provided by lecturers who are suitably qualified in subject matter content. All delivery modes will be supported by a monitoring mechanism to ensure quality teaching and learning prevails through the qualification. On-site workplace training will also be monitored at regular intervals to ensure there is compliance with the curriculum and learners are adequately prepared for the final examination. Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning, it aims to prepare learners for the external examination. The learner’s final mark will compromise a combination of formal Assessment tasks and the final examination. Learners will have to complete assessment tasks (tests, assignments, or practicals) and also write the final examination. Grade 10 – 12 / Rewrite and Upgrade Matric School Located in the hub of Durban’s CBD hosting Grades 10-12. Offering a variety of subjects to choose from, allows the student to receive individual attention about their focal areas. Anchorlite has adopted a school environment where the student’s areas of risk are identified, and a process of intervention is implemented. Apart from the Full-time school, there is also the Examination Centre which allows students that were unsuccessful in graduating at Matric to re-attempt failed subjects. The National Curriculum Statement grades R -12 (NCS) stipulates policy on curriculum and assessment in the schooling sector. To improve the implementation the NCS was amended and developed into Curriculum Assessment Policy (CAPS). In grades 10-12 a learner is required to do 7 Subjects of which 4 are compulsory.
  16. Rustenburg Educational College was founded in August 1992 as a Private Secondary School. In 1994 the school was officially registered by the Department of Education together with a report of excellence. This put the school in the unique position of being the only privately owned English Language High School in the North West Province. Since 1995 the school excelled in matric results with an annual percentage between 90 % and 100 % receiving accolades from the Department of Education for the past 17 years. Mrs. Nina Peens, founder and sole owner of the school, was the winner of the Businesswoman of the Year Contest: Entrepreneur Division, in 1996. In recognition of this, she was awarded a trophy by the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce. Rustenburg Educational College, well established by its reputation for academic excellence, remains the leading Private School in the North West Province. We are proud of our achievements and are now able to offer superb hostel facilities to approved students. The School is situated in the tranquil country surroundings of the Olifantsnek Dam just nine (9) kilometers from the Waterfall Mall. Twenty-five (25) learners per classroom ensure unique individual attention and professional assistance. Lead the way to greater knowledge through professional education on a high standard. We strive to produce responsible and balanced citizens who can cope in the adult world. Educating learners in a classroom environment of only twenty-five (25) learners per class. Providing relevant, meaningful, and challenging education and staying ahead of education development. Since its establishment in 1992 the school excelled in matric results with an annual percentage between 90% and 100% to date receiving accolades from the Department of Education for the past 25 years. The school is well established by its reputation for academic excellence and remains the leading Private School in the North West Province. We are proud of our academic achievements and also provide superb boarding facilities to approved learners. Commerce Science Humanities Each program has a unique set of subjects to meet the needs of the students and advise them on the best options. Entry examinations are conducted for which grade 8 and 9 learners must obtain a minimum of 50% to be accepted. The academic policy of REC is that all learners must achieve at least a 60% pass rate throughout the year to keep their space in the school. No learner will receive free marks they did not earn. REC is the only school in the North West province that has a soccer academy and boarding school for players. Our approach to soccer is a holistic one and we stretch the importance of a balanced life. Therefore we see to the academic development of the students, while we develop the student on the soccer field. We also have a consulting dietitian who designs diet plans for our soccer students to which the hostel adheres. As part of the humanities division of the curriculum, hospitality studies form an important part. REC is registered with the South African Chefs association which means that our students receive the best skills in culinary refinement. For learners to continue in the culinary field, we now offer grades 13 and 14 the equivalent to N3 and N4. This will be affiliated to Cornerstone University, Cape Town and learners will receive full accredited degrees and diplomas. REC has one of the most beautiful soccer pitches in South Africa. We were formally aligned to the Mamelodi Sundowns, but as of 2018, our players are exclusive to our academy. However, we do allow sponsorships for soccer learners. We advise that this sponsorship accommodates REC’s holistic approach to soccer. We are of the view that our soccer students need to receive a formal education as professional soccer careers have an expiry date, based on age. We do not want our alumni to have any fallback education. View full school
  17. Rustenburg Educational College was founded in August 1992 as a Private Secondary School. In 1994 the school was officially registered by the Department of Education together with a report of excellence. This put the school in the unique position of being the only privately owned English Language High School in the North West Province. Since 1995 the school excelled in matric results with an annual percentage between 90 % and 100 % receiving accolades from the Department of Education for the past 17 years. Mrs. Nina Peens, founder and sole owner of the school, was the winner of the Businesswoman of the Year Contest: Entrepreneur Division, in 1996. In recognition of this, she was awarded a trophy by the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce. Rustenburg Educational College, well established by its reputation for academic excellence, remains the leading Private School in the North West Province. We are proud of our achievements and are now able to offer superb hostel facilities to approved students. The School is situated in the tranquil country surroundings of the Olifantsnek Dam just nine (9) kilometers from the Waterfall Mall. Twenty-five (25) learners per classroom ensure unique individual attention and professional assistance. Lead the way to greater knowledge through professional education on a high standard. We strive to produce responsible and balanced citizens who can cope in the adult world. Educating learners in a classroom environment of only twenty-five (25) learners per class. Providing relevant, meaningful, and challenging education and staying ahead of education development. Since its establishment in 1992 the school excelled in matric results with an annual percentage between 90% and 100% to date receiving accolades from the Department of Education for the past 25 years. The school is well established by its reputation for academic excellence and remains the leading Private School in the North West Province. We are proud of our academic achievements and also provide superb boarding facilities to approved learners. Commerce Science Humanities Each program has a unique set of subjects to meet the needs of the students and advise them on the best options. Entry examinations are conducted for which grade 8 and 9 learners must obtain a minimum of 50% to be accepted. The academic policy of REC is that all learners must achieve at least a 60% pass rate throughout the year to keep their space in the school. No learner will receive free marks they did not earn. REC is the only school in the North West province that has a soccer academy and boarding school for players. Our approach to soccer is a holistic one and we stretch the importance of a balanced life. Therefore we see to the academic development of the students, while we develop the student on the soccer field. We also have a consulting dietitian who designs diet plans for our soccer students to which the hostel adheres. As part of the humanities division of the curriculum, hospitality studies form an important part. REC is registered with the South African Chefs association which means that our students receive the best skills in culinary refinement. For learners to continue in the culinary field, we now offer grades 13 and 14 the equivalent to N3 and N4. This will be affiliated to Cornerstone University, Cape Town and learners will receive full accredited degrees and diplomas. REC has one of the most beautiful soccer pitches in South Africa. We were formally aligned to the Mamelodi Sundowns, but as of 2018, our players are exclusive to our academy. However, we do allow sponsorships for soccer learners. We advise that this sponsorship accommodates REC’s holistic approach to soccer. We are of the view that our soccer students need to receive a formal education as professional soccer careers have an expiry date, based on age. We do not want our alumni to have any fallback education.
  18. Doha College is one of the leading British curriculum schools in Qatar, offering an outstanding education to students between the ages of 3 and 18. Established in 1980, the college was opened to meet the demand for a British‐style education. Today, it boasts over 1900 students from 75 nationalities ‐ a truly international community operating on a not-for-profit basis. Doha College is the first school in Qatar to be accredited under the new Council of British Schools (COBIS) Patron’s Accreditation and Compliance Scheme. 2017 examinations saw two students achieve “best in the world”, three achieve “best in the Middle East” and another three attain “Best in Qatar” results for IGCSE. The college offers a broad choice of courses to study, totaling 25 A‐Level subjects and a BTEC Diploma in Sports Coaching. At Doha College, digital learning is fully integrated into the curriculum the school was recently shortlisted by the British International Schools Magazine Awards in the “Outstanding Digital Technology Initiative” category. The college was the first school in Qatar to be awarded an Eco‐Schools Green Flag from the Foundation for Environmental Education in 2016, following a rigorous inspection. Our work on environmental issues won the school the 2017 British International Schools Award in the “International Impact” category. Our extensive extra‐curricular program offers over 170 activities to enrich learning. Construction of a new 90,000-meter sq. state‐of‐the‐art campus in Al Wajba is set to begin and will open in September 2020, the year of the 40th anniversary of Doha College. With cutting‐edge facilities and inspiring learning environments, the new development will feature dedicated zones for Primary and Secondary, as well as expansive indoor and outdoor sports facilities. Doha College will continue to operate from two campus locations following its launch. The 4‐form Primary School at its West Bay campus will remain in addition to a 6‐form Primary School and a 10‐form Secondary School at its Al Wajba site. With impressive expansion plans, future generations of Doha College students will thrive and unlock their full potential in an environment that is fit for the learning needs of the 21st century. Choosing the right school is immensely important, be it when our children first start out and heavily rely on their parents to identify the environment that fits, or at any other stage in nomadic ex-pat life. As one of the oldest British Schools in Qatar, Doha College boasts a history of educational excellence based on firmly embedded values, a passion for learning, and an international environment that inspires through its sheer diversity. Doha College is a British School which, in keeping with our motto Excellence for All, Excellence from All, fosters outstanding relationships from which both, students and staff, draw their ambition to do well and make a lasting contribution to College life and society as a whole. View full school
  19. Doha College is one of the leading British curriculum schools in Qatar, offering an outstanding education to students between the ages of 3 and 18. Established in 1980, the college was opened to meet the demand for a British‐style education. Today, it boasts over 1900 students from 75 nationalities ‐ a truly international community operating on a not-for-profit basis. Doha College is the first school in Qatar to be accredited under the new Council of British Schools (COBIS) Patron’s Accreditation and Compliance Scheme. 2017 examinations saw two students achieve “best in the world”, three achieve “best in the Middle East” and another three attain “Best in Qatar” results for IGCSE. The college offers a broad choice of courses to study, totaling 25 A‐Level subjects and a BTEC Diploma in Sports Coaching. At Doha College, digital learning is fully integrated into the curriculum the school was recently shortlisted by the British International Schools Magazine Awards in the “Outstanding Digital Technology Initiative” category. The college was the first school in Qatar to be awarded an Eco‐Schools Green Flag from the Foundation for Environmental Education in 2016, following a rigorous inspection. Our work on environmental issues won the school the 2017 British International Schools Award in the “International Impact” category. Our extensive extra‐curricular program offers over 170 activities to enrich learning. Construction of a new 90,000-meter sq. state‐of‐the‐art campus in Al Wajba is set to begin and will open in September 2020, the year of the 40th anniversary of Doha College. With cutting‐edge facilities and inspiring learning environments, the new development will feature dedicated zones for Primary and Secondary, as well as expansive indoor and outdoor sports facilities. Doha College will continue to operate from two campus locations following its launch. The 4‐form Primary School at its West Bay campus will remain in addition to a 6‐form Primary School and a 10‐form Secondary School at its Al Wajba site. With impressive expansion plans, future generations of Doha College students will thrive and unlock their full potential in an environment that is fit for the learning needs of the 21st century. Choosing the right school is immensely important, be it when our children first start out and heavily rely on their parents to identify the environment that fits, or at any other stage in nomadic ex-pat life. As one of the oldest British Schools in Qatar, Doha College boasts a history of educational excellence based on firmly embedded values, a passion for learning, and an international environment that inspires through its sheer diversity. Doha College is a British School which, in keeping with our motto Excellence for All, Excellence from All, fosters outstanding relationships from which both, students and staff, draw their ambition to do well and make a lasting contribution to College life and society as a whole.
  20. Welcome to King’s College Doha. As you explore our website, I hope you will get a sense of our happy, caring, and progressive school. Founded in 2016, King's College Doha shares a unique thread with our UK sister school, King’s College, Taunton. A King's Doha education offers our students an experience far beyond the textbook delivering a traditional British Prep School ethos within a Middle Eastern context. We aim for all our students to be challenged, confident yet humble, whilst promoting key values such as ambition, leadership, and respect. As a community of learners, we work to nurture a culture where ideas are welcomed and talents unleashed. Whether engaged in classroom learning or through performance, artistic, sporting, or charitable activities, our students are encouraged to push boundaries and strive to be the best they can be. Education is one of the key investment pillars of Qatar’s 2030 vision. H.E. Sheikh Mansoor bin Jassim bin Thani Al Thani invited several outstanding UK schools to discuss a genuine partnership to contribute towards fulfilling the country’s vision. After a rigorous selection process, King’s College, located in the city of Taunton in the West of England, was awarded the partnership, and King’s College, Doha was born. The collaboration is real and meaningful. It enables teacher and pupil exchanges and a direct translation of the King’s curriculum, including significant investment into specialist teachers and world-class facilities. The College provides, that caters to the needs of each child, blending the power of innovation and inquiry. King’s College, Doha offers an environment that encourages all children to be understanding and tolerant, whilst developing the self-confidence to express their ideas and opinions. The Mission of King’s College Doha is to provide an outstanding British-based education within an international context. We are committed to instilling key attributes of academic focus, curiosity, care for others, respect, endeavor, teamwork, and enterprise to enable our students in Qatar to become responsible global citizens. Through a nurturing yet challenging environment, we develop confidence in our students to become lifelong learners and internationally-minded leaders of the future. The Vision of King’s College Doha is to become a dynamic international learning community that nurtures and inspires every individual to achieve their full potential. The school day is busy Registration begins at 7.25 am and closes at 7.30 am making way for learning to commence right away. In a school week, children will typically experience a sociable dining experience, at least 10 playtimes, Games, Music (whole class, choirs, and one-to-one), Arabic & Islamic Studies, PE, Qatari History, Art, Drama, alongside the focus on English, Maths, and Science. Assemblies take place throughout the week in different year groups and as a whole school at the end of the week where successes are celebrated and House Points scores are revealed. Pre-School children finish at 12.30 pm, Reception at 2.00 pm and children from Year 1 upwards have an opportunity to stay in school for a Co-Curricular Club which runs from 2.50 to 3.30 pm. The wide range of Clubs on offer include Aerobics, Arabic, Arts & Crafts, Board Games, Computing, Football, Guitar, Philosophy. These are subject to change as they draw on the staff’s current expertise and interests. There is also an opportunity for children to remain at school to complete their Homework. Working alongside our staff and after school, we use an outside Extra-Curricular provider, SFQ to run additional activities. Every child should leave the School by giving their teacher a firm handshake and a warm ‘Good afternoon’. We encourage our children to smile – a lot. We encourage our children to embrace a love of learning – and more. We have a library full of wonderful books, a music room filled with instruments, there are computers spread across the school, and both children’s work and artwork can be found proudly displayed along the white walls in all manner of shapes, colors, designs, and sizes. By following the School’s Golden Rules, children can earn respect, feel valued and learn to work and play in a healthy, safe, and caring environment. Rewards are plentiful through our House Points system – these points are earned through both social and academic endeavors. Children are given ample stimulation through the wealth of skills, experience, and knowledge that our dedicated staff provides. We are proud of our building and its facilities, but most importantly we are immensely proud of the children who have grown to know and love King’s College, and to make the school what it is in such a short space of time. King’s College Doha has been designed by award-winning school architects and when complete will house some of the finest Early Years and Primary school facilities in Qatar. The layout of King’s College is informed by a desire to deliver an innovative and contemporary curriculum. Each space is considered as being able to provide teaching and learning opportunities. The design of the internal and external spaces is also focused on harnessing and promoting interaction between all users and visitors to the College. The Early Years Foundation Stage, home to our youngest Pre-School and Reception children, occupies one corner of the site and has its secure entrance and play areas. A new double-height reception area provides a warm welcome to parents and visitors. Comfortable seating areas, with digital displays, create a further sense of hospitality and give an immediate glimpse of the quality of the spaces that lie beyond. King’s College Doha has already seen an extensive refurbishment and redevelopment of an existing SEC school and there are further developments still to come. The images in this gallery show how we have transformed the school, both internally and externally, into a bright, contemporary, and inspirational teaching and learning environment. View full school
  21. Welcome to King’s College Doha. As you explore our website, I hope you will get a sense of our happy, caring, and progressive school. Founded in 2016, King's College Doha shares a unique thread with our UK sister school, King’s College, Taunton. A King's Doha education offers our students an experience far beyond the textbook delivering a traditional British Prep School ethos within a Middle Eastern context. We aim for all our students to be challenged, confident yet humble, whilst promoting key values such as ambition, leadership, and respect. As a community of learners, we work to nurture a culture where ideas are welcomed and talents unleashed. Whether engaged in classroom learning or through performance, artistic, sporting, or charitable activities, our students are encouraged to push boundaries and strive to be the best they can be. Education is one of the key investment pillars of Qatar’s 2030 vision. H.E. Sheikh Mansoor bin Jassim bin Thani Al Thani invited several outstanding UK schools to discuss a genuine partnership to contribute towards fulfilling the country’s vision. After a rigorous selection process, King’s College, located in the city of Taunton in the West of England, was awarded the partnership, and King’s College, Doha was born. The collaboration is real and meaningful. It enables teacher and pupil exchanges and a direct translation of the King’s curriculum, including significant investment into specialist teachers and world-class facilities. The College provides, that caters to the needs of each child, blending the power of innovation and inquiry. King’s College, Doha offers an environment that encourages all children to be understanding and tolerant, whilst developing the self-confidence to express their ideas and opinions. The Mission of King’s College Doha is to provide an outstanding British-based education within an international context. We are committed to instilling key attributes of academic focus, curiosity, care for others, respect, endeavor, teamwork, and enterprise to enable our students in Qatar to become responsible global citizens. Through a nurturing yet challenging environment, we develop confidence in our students to become lifelong learners and internationally-minded leaders of the future. The Vision of King’s College Doha is to become a dynamic international learning community that nurtures and inspires every individual to achieve their full potential. The school day is busy Registration begins at 7.25 am and closes at 7.30 am making way for learning to commence right away. In a school week, children will typically experience a sociable dining experience, at least 10 playtimes, Games, Music (whole class, choirs, and one-to-one), Arabic & Islamic Studies, PE, Qatari History, Art, Drama, alongside the focus on English, Maths, and Science. Assemblies take place throughout the week in different year groups and as a whole school at the end of the week where successes are celebrated and House Points scores are revealed. Pre-School children finish at 12.30 pm, Reception at 2.00 pm and children from Year 1 upwards have an opportunity to stay in school for a Co-Curricular Club which runs from 2.50 to 3.30 pm. The wide range of Clubs on offer include Aerobics, Arabic, Arts & Crafts, Board Games, Computing, Football, Guitar, Philosophy. These are subject to change as they draw on the staff’s current expertise and interests. There is also an opportunity for children to remain at school to complete their Homework. Working alongside our staff and after school, we use an outside Extra-Curricular provider, SFQ to run additional activities. Every child should leave the School by giving their teacher a firm handshake and a warm ‘Good afternoon’. We encourage our children to smile – a lot. We encourage our children to embrace a love of learning – and more. We have a library full of wonderful books, a music room filled with instruments, there are computers spread across the school, and both children’s work and artwork can be found proudly displayed along the white walls in all manner of shapes, colors, designs, and sizes. By following the School’s Golden Rules, children can earn respect, feel valued and learn to work and play in a healthy, safe, and caring environment. Rewards are plentiful through our House Points system – these points are earned through both social and academic endeavors. Children are given ample stimulation through the wealth of skills, experience, and knowledge that our dedicated staff provides. We are proud of our building and its facilities, but most importantly we are immensely proud of the children who have grown to know and love King’s College, and to make the school what it is in such a short space of time. King’s College Doha has been designed by award-winning school architects and when complete will house some of the finest Early Years and Primary school facilities in Qatar. The layout of King’s College is informed by a desire to deliver an innovative and contemporary curriculum. Each space is considered as being able to provide teaching and learning opportunities. The design of the internal and external spaces is also focused on harnessing and promoting interaction between all users and visitors to the College. The Early Years Foundation Stage, home to our youngest Pre-School and Reception children, occupies one corner of the site and has its secure entrance and play areas. A new double-height reception area provides a warm welcome to parents and visitors. Comfortable seating areas, with digital displays, create a further sense of hospitality and give an immediate glimpse of the quality of the spaces that lie beyond. King’s College Doha has already seen an extensive refurbishment and redevelopment of an existing SEC school and there are further developments still to come. The images in this gallery show how we have transformed the school, both internally and externally, into a bright, contemporary, and inspirational teaching and learning environment.
  22. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, understanding of citizenship, and teachings of Islam. We would like you to choose DHPNSC for a wonderful start to your child’s academic life. Whether your child is with us for a limited period or stays till the completion of his F.A/ F.Sc., we extend our warm welcome to you and your child. In a foreign environment, the school aims to educate your children in a Pakistani setting to build cultural and linguistic bonds so that our children grow up to be proud Pakistanis in addition to being competent and practicing Muslims. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College, Madinah is an English medium school, designed primarily to fulfill the educational needs of the Pakistani children of Madinah Munawarah up to the intermediate level. It started its journey as Pakistan International School Airport Road, Madina in April 1998. In 1999, it was affiliated with FBISE (Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education) Islamabad and came under the supervision of the Saudi Ministry of Education by joining hands with a great Saudi Institution of Madinah Munawwarah named Madaris Dar ul Hijrah Al-Shawi which is established since 1965. Now it is working under the name of Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College (DHPNSC) which is recognized by the Saudi Ministry of Education and affiliated with FBISE Islamabad for SSC and HSSC classes. DHPNSC has been approved as an examination center for SSC and HSSC classes from FBISE Islamabad and for Bachelor and Master Degrees by The University of Punjab Lahore and The Preston University Islamabad. Dar ul Hijrah is the first private institute in KSA that secured permanent Affiliation of FBISE in 2009, based on its academic progress, experienced and qualified staff, proper school building, well-equipped laboratories, and admirable learning environment. The original school began with a single campus which now has been expanded to three different wings, i.e. Junior wing, Girls' wing & Boys' wing with separate campuses, faculty, and facilities. Throughout its history, the school has provided innovative education, which focuses on individual student needs. The school provides the most up-to-date teaching methodology and technology with practices that best support students' learning. We are focused to educate and inspire all students intellectually, socially, morally, and physically providing them a friendly, supportive, and learning environment within a school firmly based on Islamic principles. Our vision is to create confident, responsible, and independent individuals with great moral values who achieve their full potential as lifelong learners, thinkers, and productive contributors towards Islamic as well as a global society. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School Madinah prepares its students for each successive step of their academic careers. However, our ambitions are not limited to the scholastic alone. It is our mission to educate our students with the tools necessary to be successful in and out of the classroom. We address clearly and directly the particular characteristics and learning needs that students exhibit. Our talented and committed faculty has carefully crafted a rich and varied curriculum aimed at helping students acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers make sure that students go well beyond simply learning the facts. To complement the academic experience, DHPNSC offers students an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership in the School community and on its playing fields. The School's major objective is to prepare young people for lives of responsibility and leadership in a competitive and ever-changing world. To this end, we profess and uphold certain values including integrity, honor, courage, acceptance of responsibility. There is no question about “ Success at school begins at home “. Parents and school partnerships work together for the best interest of children. Hopefully, we can provide time for our children to be successful persons in their life. Our school motto is “ To prepare students to compete the World in Islamic way “. View full school
  23. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, understanding of citizenship, and teachings of Islam. We would like you to choose DHPNSC for a wonderful start to your child’s academic life. Whether your child is with us for a limited period or stays till the completion of his F.A/ F.Sc., we extend our warm welcome to you and your child. In a foreign environment, the school aims to educate your children in a Pakistani setting to build cultural and linguistic bonds so that our children grow up to be proud Pakistanis in addition to being competent and practicing Muslims. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College, Madinah is an English medium school, designed primarily to fulfill the educational needs of the Pakistani children of Madinah Munawarah up to the intermediate level. It started its journey as Pakistan International School Airport Road, Madina in April 1998. In 1999, it was affiliated with FBISE (Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education) Islamabad and came under the supervision of the Saudi Ministry of Education by joining hands with a great Saudi Institution of Madinah Munawwarah named Madaris Dar ul Hijrah Al-Shawi which is established since 1965. Now it is working under the name of Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School and College (DHPNSC) which is recognized by the Saudi Ministry of Education and affiliated with FBISE Islamabad for SSC and HSSC classes. DHPNSC has been approved as an examination center for SSC and HSSC classes from FBISE Islamabad and for Bachelor and Master Degrees by The University of Punjab Lahore and The Preston University Islamabad. Dar ul Hijrah is the first private institute in KSA that secured permanent Affiliation of FBISE in 2009, based on its academic progress, experienced and qualified staff, proper school building, well-equipped laboratories, and admirable learning environment. The original school began with a single campus which now has been expanded to three different wings, i.e. Junior wing, Girls' wing & Boys' wing with separate campuses, faculty, and facilities. Throughout its history, the school has provided innovative education, which focuses on individual student needs. The school provides the most up-to-date teaching methodology and technology with practices that best support students' learning. We are focused to educate and inspire all students intellectually, socially, morally, and physically providing them a friendly, supportive, and learning environment within a school firmly based on Islamic principles. Our vision is to create confident, responsible, and independent individuals with great moral values who achieve their full potential as lifelong learners, thinkers, and productive contributors towards Islamic as well as a global society. Dar ul Hijrah Pakistani National School Madinah prepares its students for each successive step of their academic careers. However, our ambitions are not limited to the scholastic alone. It is our mission to educate our students with the tools necessary to be successful in and out of the classroom. We address clearly and directly the particular characteristics and learning needs that students exhibit. Our talented and committed faculty has carefully crafted a rich and varied curriculum aimed at helping students acquire knowledge and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers make sure that students go well beyond simply learning the facts. To complement the academic experience, DHPNSC offers students an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership in the School community and on its playing fields. The School's major objective is to prepare young people for lives of responsibility and leadership in a competitive and ever-changing world. To this end, we profess and uphold certain values including integrity, honor, courage, acceptance of responsibility. There is no question about “ Success at school begins at home “. Parents and school partnerships work together for the best interest of children. Hopefully, we can provide time for our children to be successful persons in their life. Our school motto is “ To prepare students to compete the World in Islamic way “.
  24. Wentworth College is a small and progressive GCSE and A-level college based in London, NW11. At Wentworth Tutorial College we pride ourselves on providing a personal experience and helping our students achieve. You may be experiencing problems at your previous school or college and want to find ways of resolving these issues or you may just want a fresh start. We help students achieve their full academic potential in an environment that helps them to develop as individuals. We are committed to academic excellence and do everything we can to ensure our students achieve exam success. At the same time, we educate young people about how to learn and seek to instill in them a lifelong appreciation for learning. We believe that each pupil is an individual with individual needs. Fostering a caring, positive and democratic environment for our students helps both identify these needs and provides the ideal ‘space’ for them to be met. We believe that mutual respect, rather than the traditional teacher-student relationship is the route to good education. We believe that being treated with respect heightens pupils’ self-esteem and confidence, which in turn contributes to academic and social success. We believe that critical thinking is essential for students to succeed in today’s challenging environment. Students at the college flourish as a result of being encouraged to engage in independent learning. Our pupils will of course be guided by us, but they are encouraged to regulate their behavior and establish their routes to achieving their potential. We believe that teachers’ expectations are a crucial factor in influencing a child’s educational attainment. At the same time, we believe that all pupils want, need, deserve, and enjoy success. We will strive to rebuild low self-esteem which may have been formed from previous educational experiences. The environment at Wentworth College is designed to support our mission of academic excellence and personal development. Small class sizes are central to this approach as they lend themselves to the intimacy that is required for pupils to develop the courage to succeed. This also allows teachers to develop bespoke strategies that are individually tailored to the needs of each pupil. As well as this, the intimate atmosphere at the college and the sympathetic ethos that underpins it means that the pastoral care students receive is second to none. Our exam results show that the informal environment of the college need not impede achieving the academic potential of each student. Indeed the opposite is true. Over the last twenty years, the college has helped an enormous number of students achieve their academic potential and often outperform expectations by wide margins. Most importantly we have done this in a way that has allowed those students to enjoy their educational experiences.
  25. King's College, an independent secondary school in Auckland, New Zealand, is founded on providing the best all-around education it is possible to obtain. Our students benefit from our rich history and the strong community that has developed around the College since its foundation more than 120 years ago. When King’s College was established in 1896, the founder and principal, Mr. Graham Bruce, described the aim of the College as being able to provide the best all-around education it is possible to obtain. A core value of the College is to affirm the significance of the Christian spiritual journey. Our students grow to be well-rounded individuals who explore who they are, the Anglican faith, have a strong sense of belonging, and search for meaning and purpose in life. Through our Religious Education teachings in the classroom, our community service program, Voyager course, and Chapel Choir, and more, the College does much to celebrate its Anglican and Christian ethos. Our goal is to prepare our students so that they can flourish in today’s rapidly changing world. Staff are dedicated to the development of our academic curriculum and co-curricular programs and have worked productively to create exciting, challenging, and worthwhile opportunities for all our students. King’s College aims to provide a full and balanced curriculum that is stimulating, enjoyable, challenging, and takes account of each student’s specific learning needs. We believe that the role of the College is to provide a wide range of challenging learning opportunities that will enable each individual to realize their potential. It is also our role to support our students to meet the challenges we set for them. We recognize that a one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning is flawed. Different students will need different levels of support and we are committed to understanding the individual needs and circumstances of each student. At King’s, we offer the Dual Qualification Pathways of both Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA). We are proud to offer a choice of CIE and NCEA to our senior students and we do this to ensure each student has access to the teaching and learning opportunities that will give them the tools to succeed in their chosen subjects. Making decisions about which qualification pathway to follow and selecting which subjects to take can be a challenge for many students. We encourage all our students to keep their subject choices broad rather than specializing too early. By keeping a mix of subjects across areas such as the humanities, sciences, and maths, you are keeping your options open for your future studies and career choices, as well as developing the diversity of skills that employers are looking for. King’s College not only offers opportunities for students to achieve good academic results, we actively promote the benefits of a wider curriculum to students. Participation in co-curricular activities helps promote engagement with the King’s College values and provides a transformative experience through which students can prepare themselves to succeed in the many and varied roles they will undertake in future life. Staffed full-time by professional librarians, the King’s College Library operates as a research hub and communal space for our students to study, meet and share ideas. Our librarians assist students in their search for materials to support their research projects and class assignments. An important focus for our library staff is teaching students how to find quality resources and encouraging them to look beyond Google searches and Wikipedia. Through the King’s College Library students are familiarised with library systems – a skill that is vital as they continue their studies – and gain access to an extensive network of online resources. King’s has adopted Accessit Library software which allows our students to search for books and other resources when it suits them – onsite, from the classroom, or at home on the weekend. For King's, financial independence is reliant on the philanthropic support of its community of past and current parents, Old Collegians and their families, and many others who appreciate the value of a King's College education. View full school
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