Rondebosch Boys High School
|Address||Canigou Avenue|| |
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|Grades Offered||12 -- Aug|
|Curriculum 10 - 12||General Education and Training (GETC)|
|Fees Paid Over *||12 Months|
|Min Annual Fee||R 31,200.00|
|Max Annual Fee||R 31,200.00|
RBHS is one of South Africas oldest and most prestigious schools. The school is steeped in tradition with an environment that represents excellence through pride and passion with a legacy rich in tradition, yet progressive and proactive in its approach. The school strives to provide a nurturing environment where all can develop to their fullest potential and is committed to the pursuit of excellence in all aspects of education.
There is a long tradition of academic excellence at Rondebosch. The academic ethos encourages students in independent thought, interest and self-disciplined study before routine class learning. This ethos promotes real academic readiness for tertiary study and life in general. It also encourages a high degree of academic self-motivation - one of the many reasons why the pupils are regular winners and finalists in academic competitions.
The school believes that sport helps to establish a wonderful rapport between staff and pupils. Efficiently coached and organized, sport promotes friendships, group integration, self-confidence and assists in the development of personal maturity and inter-personal skills. Not only are top players considered - every boy is encouraged to participate and enjoy his chosen activity. Cultural activities have always been part of the balanced make-up of learners at Rondebosch Boys' High School. The standards achieved by students show consistently high performance benchmarks. Cultural activities are structured to augment both individual and team performances. The focus, however, remains on the process of an individual's involvement and development in a particular activity, rather than the end result. It is the school's view that the educational value of personal development through involvement in cultural activities is far more important than the number of awards obtained at the end of the day.