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We follow the National Curriculum as offered by the Gauteng Department of Education, thereby preparing our learners to meet the requirements for a Senior National Certificate (with endorsement) to qualify for university admission.
The school timetable is structured to allow for ideal training times in the early mornings and late afternoons, giving learners the opportunity to optimize their learning time during the day. The school runs on a six-day timetable with the first period of each day starting at 9:15 in the morning. Learners receive their hpc lunch packs during their break at 12:10, after which they continue with their classes until 15:05.
One of the primary goals of our school is to nurture self-discipline and self-directed studying, characteristics which are equally important in sport and in academics. However, the teachers are fully aware of the difficulties experienced by learners while they are away on tour, and are more than willing to offer guidance and assistance. Learners who miss school as result of sporting commitments can rely on additional support in the form of catch-up classes, and athletes who have access to the internet while traveling, can stay in contact with their teachers via email to ensure they do not fall behind.