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PARKTOWN BOYS STRIVES TO BE AN OUTSTANDING BOYS' SCHOOL , EDUCATING FOR LIFE THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHARACTER AND POTENTIAL
The Parktown Experience is refinement, tradition and excellence. This is accomplished by meeting the educational and personal needs of our pupils and by giving them the opportunities, skills and motivation to succeed. The enormous success of many Parktonians since 1920 bears testimony to the value of the Parktown Experience. Founded in 1920, Parktown has been situated in Wellington Road since 1923.
The original school building is now a National Monument. Many past pupils have acquitted themselves as leaders of commerce, renowned academics, Springboks and International sportsmen. Successful Old Parktonians who have achieved abroad include a Battle of Britain pilot, a member of the House of Lords and fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons. Past pupils continue to maintain contact from as far afield as Saudi Arabia, England, Australia and America. The school enjoys a long-standing affiliation with the Transvaal Scottish Regiment.
A weekly boarding establishment (Sunday evening to Friday afternoon), Druce Hall offers the best of all possible worlds for a select group of boys. Many of the School's top sporting, cultural and academic achievers are Druce Hall men as the boarding establishment boasts a committed staff and learner community.