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publicspeaking


Winners of public speaking competition, 2013:

Grade 10:  G Abrams

Grade 11:  K Nkomo

Grade 12:  I Kganticoe

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hockey

Following Boys were selected for the North West Hockey Teams:

U/14

U/16

U/18

T Dire
Mdluli

T Molemela
S Mabo

N Selehelo
T Marumo
T Kekana
P Jiyane
M Raubach

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rugbyRugby Players going to Leopard trials:

U/18. Potch A

O Ramarola S Mmutle


U/18 Potch B

T Khanye Z Wittes
O Molotsi T Tsheko
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swimming

 

Victor Ladorum Jnr:

P Savopolous

Snr:

M Roopa

 

 

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squash

 

M Raubach has been selected for North West Junior Squash Team

 

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athletics

P Maimane selected for SA's

Winners (1st places) at Volkskool Prestige Athletics:


U/14
T Dlodlo  100m and 200m
P Maimane 100m hurdles

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Traditional Tang Soo Do: took part in USA for SA team

Meelan Roopa
Thami Vivane

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Woodsbowl

Old Boys Society

Governing Body

Chairperson Mr P Jikkels
Deputy Chairperson Adv. P Roopa
Treasurer Mrs R Raubach
Secretary Mr FM Mosidi
Member Mr MA Phajane
Member Mr S Cassim
Member Dr RGR Moorad

Contact us

Tel:
018 294 5330 | 1 | 3 | 9
Fax:
018 297 7704
Email:
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Physical Address
45 Beyers Naude Avenue
Potchefstroom
2520

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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.