At Grace College we’re passionate about providing a sound academic education in a private, co-educational, day scholar environment.
Founded in 1999 we’ve quickly become the high school of choice amongst Midlands’ parents who appreciate our purpose, which is to build a school that "Transforms young adults through innovative educational excellence”.
With a highly committed and happy staff complement who dedicate themselves to developing students beyond initial expectations, we have achieved some remarkable results not only academically but more particularly through the leadership and personal development of many of our pupils.
Now situated on a beautiful 22 hectare site on the Hilton College Road, we’ve commenced a development programme to expand our facilities, while capitalising on the spectacular views of the Midlands countryside and the Drakensberg range.
As a School we adhere to four core values in all we undertake:
• Christian Ethos: We will always be loyal in upholding Biblical principles.
• Challenge: We constantly seek to challenge young men & women to grow in stature.
• Accountability: We continuously hold ourselves, and each other, accountable for our actions.
• Community: We will work together to build meaningful relationships in our community.
Grace College is about partnerships, between families and the College, between each pupil and their teachers, between the College and partner/feeder schools and within various aspects of our LEAP and Masihambisane School Outreach Programmes.
Being the newest private school in the Midlands area, we’re extremely proud of what we have achieved. However, we are also very mindful of the growing needs of society and our responsibility to grow and develop young adults who become valuable members of society in the future.
Please come and talk to us about your child and his/her unique gifts and potential. We’d welcome the opportunity to show you our school, introduce you to some of the teaching staff and discuss the enrolment process to secure you a place.
Partner with us for your child’s high school years ... it could make all the difference!
Heads of School for 2017.
L-R: Carl Brann, Rochelle van Wyk, Cara Bailey and Alex Hill