St Charles College turns 142 years old today (Wednesday, July 26). In anticipation of the celebration, the five schools that make up the College, gathered last Friday to celebrate the occasion.
The Wykeham Collegiate Junior School Open A Netball Team won their age division at the Gert Maritz Netball Festival, which was held towards the end of the term.
Voortrekker Deputy Head Girl, Chrizanne Smit, made the SA U19 South African Underwater Hockey Team, which travelled to Tasmania, Hobart, during July.
Cordwalles Preparatory School are very proud to announce the following Grade 7 boys who won scholarships for high schools next year.
The KZN Midlands Youth Choir recently scooped first place in the cultural showcase at the Llangollen Eisteddfod.
The Wykeham Collegiate participated in Wildlands’ Clothes for Life initiative which involves the recycling of old clothes. TWC collected a total of 514,93 kgs, the top collection to date from schools.
The talented Guys and Dolls from St Charles College and St John’s D.S.G. put in countless hours of hard work over the past two terms to bring this incredible musical to life during the last week of term. Guys and Dolls has a long history, being first performed on Broadway in 1950 and has since been revived many times at the West End and in Broadway and now in Pietermaritzburg.
Laddsworth Primary School Chess teams participated in the Midlands Junior School Chess Championship at St. Nicholas Diocesan School.
Epworth pupils, Shraya Moodley, Cathering Bloy and Jessica Freedman excelled in the 2017 De Beers English Olympiad by placing first, 15th and 17th, respectively.
Raisethorpe Secondary School pupils, siblings Keshmika and Kivesh Sivnarain, excelled at the recent South African Junior and Senior Championships that was held in Klerksdorp from 2nd to 8th July.
Grade 7 pupil Tajiri Florette, a Rotary bursary winner, recently shared the remarkable journey of how she arrived in South Africa after fleeing the Congo war.