One hundred and fifty three years ago, a young Scottish schoolmaster, Mr William Calder, opened the doors to a new high school located in a building in old Longmarket Street and began giving lessons to 36 boys famously referred to as “colonial ruffians” who eventually were the Foundation Scholars of the then Pietermaritzburg High School and now Maritzburg College.
The muslim girl scouts took to the streets of Pietermaritzburg in their quest to learn more about our beautiful city
Pupils were all dressed up for a sweet Valentines Day
Local Pietermaritzburg schools had much to celebrate as they honoured some of their top achievers.
Lots of love, attention and exciting games were part of package for every teacher who welcomed new pupils in their respective classes, with work in full force
Lots of love, attention and exciting games were part of package for every grade R and grade one teacher who welcomed new pupils in their respective classes
Lots of love, attention and exciting games were part of package for every grade R and grade one teacher yesterday that welcomed new pupils in their respective classes.
Local high schools recently held their matric balls and saw pupils bring out the glitz, glam, ball gowns and cars to dazzle their dates.
This weeks selection of successful scholars
Local schools across Pietermaritzburg held their annual awards where the schools top pupils were announced in different categories
Pietermaritzburg’s premier high school, Maritzburg College, shines at the JSE Challenge dominating top place with three teams.