Mcgregor Waldorf School

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Address 13 Voortrekkers street  
Suburb McGregor
City/Town McGregor
Province Western Cape
   
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Status Independent School
Gender Co-Ed
School Level
Grades Offered 0 -- 12
Curriculum 10 - 12 National Senior Certificate (NSC)
Boarding Facilities Yes
Religious Affiliation Non-Denominational
School Association ISASA | Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa
Fees Paid Over * 10 Months
Enrolment Fee R0 1320304.50607
Min Annual Fee R0 172,3740506.70809
Max Annual Fee R0 11203,4050607.809010
Min Boarding Fees R0 14263,4050607.809010
Max Boarding Fees R0 14263,4050607.809010

The McGregor Waldorf School and College is situated in a peaceful rural village and brings together children of different cultural, social, economic and language backgrounds.

Our vision is to provide children with the opportunity to grow in self-esteem and to develop the skills that will assist them in forging a place for themselves in the world and creating a sustainable future for our country.

In the primary and middle school, the curriculum and methods stimulate independent thinking and encourage working constructively with others. Mathematics, languages, natural science and the cultural subjects are fully integrated. Lessons incorporate storytelling, drama, movement, painting, music, handwork and crafts.

In the college learners from Grade 8 to 12 follow the NSC curriculum to enable them to write their matric at the end of Grade 12.  Dramatic Arts and Visual Arts form an integral part of the subjects at the school.  Learners have developed an own artistic style typical to the college.

The hostel accommodates learners from grade 7 to grade 12.

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