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Please take note of the change of venue for Valediction..

Due to the current situation at the NWU Puk, it is closed till Sunday.

It will now be at NG MIEDERPARK, ARBEI LAAN..

Please see the event for more details..

If you have google maps on your phone, you can click on the following link for directions:




Dear Collegians, young and old.

COLLEGE will be going to EUROPE in April, 2016!!!

Italy, Austria (the Alps) and Germany are on the itinerary.

Old Boys are especially welcome! Spread the word...
If you are interested, contact our travel agent, Katrien at 082 551 9343.
We simply can't wait...

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Headboy 2015


Tlotlang Molemela
- Headboy of school
- Headboy of Granton
- First hockey team captain

- North West u/18 player


DSC 0274We were sponsored by the Old Boys' Society, also called The Old Moois.


This year was the FIRST TIME EVER that we had a spirit week in the week leading up to the inter high athletics.

banner fun


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We have a debate against Hags (GHS) every term.



Old Boys Society

Governing Body


Mr P Jikkels

Dep. Chairperson

Mr M Hartzenberg


Ms N Buti


Ms A Maboe


Mr F Mosidi


Mr Matjila


Ms M Motsepe

Contact us

018 294 5330 | 1 | 3 | 9
018 297 7704
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Physical Address
45 Beyers Naude Avenue

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About us

Opened in 1905, it is a boarding school based on the English boarding schools system. Founded by C.D. Hope, the original structure had been built long before and had to close during the Anglo-Boer war. The school-building itself was designed in Cape Dutch architecture design as it was prominent style during those times and has now been declared a local heritage site.

There are 3 boarding houses: Granton (1909), Milton (1910) and Buxton, which was built much later. The fourth house, Barnard is the 'Day-Boy' house. These buildings did not follow the traditional Cape Dutch styles and were built more suited to the period they were built in.