Roll of Honour – World War I

NAME DECORATION RANK REGIMENT WHERE DIED OR BURIED MANNER DATE AGE Beetar Joseph Pte 2nd SAI France (Delville Wood) KA 17.7.1916 19.4 Blanksby Harold Robertson Pte 2nd SAI France (Arras) KA 12.4.1917 30.5 Calder William John Kekewich Military Medal 2Lt 2nd SAI France (Warlencourt) KA 12.10.1916 16.11 Carnegie Robert Graham Gordon Pte 2nd SAI France […]

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Roll of Honour

1946-1994 NAME RANK D.O.B. D.O.D. AGE PLACE YEARS AT GLENWOOD HARBURN, RICHARD ARTHUR Capt 27.8.1924 11.2.1952 27.5 Korea 1939-40 BODILL, TREVOR DONALD Rfn 21.12.1956 1.1976 19.1 S.W.A. 1969-74 BOTHA, JONATHAN   22.11.1973 12.12.1993 20.0 Pretoria 1987-92 CLENCH, DONALD GRAHAM Cpl 27.9.1962 21.5.1985 22.7 Pretoria 1976-80 ELLIS, SEAN COCHRANE Gnr 3.8.1967 16.9.1988 21.1 S.W.A. 1982-86 HOLLAND, […]

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Roll of Honour – Pre-amble

The task of compiling a complete list of Old Boys who made the supreme sacrifice in World War 2, was a daunting, if not impossible one, for the school historian in 1945. The Union Defence Force only published their list of the twelve thousand plus names in 1952. Their list contained surnames with initials, unit […]

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Glenwood High School history book available now

The 132 page hard covered history of Glenwood High School from 1910 to 2000 is now available from the School. There are only 1000 copies, and nearly half have already been sold. The book costs R100.00 locally and R150.00 internationally. Persons wanting the book posted to them, should add R16.00 to the R100.00. Congratulations must […]

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Our Heritage

Glenwood was founded in 1910, with 26 Foundation Scholars, as a progressive institution whose aim was to meet the demands of a rapidly changing society in which individuals would be imbued with life-long knowledge and skills. Today, Glenwood has grown to rank among the premier boys’ schools in the country. The School caters for approximately […]

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News from weekly assemblies for Term 4, 2000

News from weekly assemblies for Term 4, 2000 2 October: Inaugural National Schools’ Debating Championships: Over 20 teams competed and James Dray captained the KZN Durban Coastal team which went on to beat Free State (Welkom) in the finals – well done. Cricket: The following boys have been selected to various KZN Schools’ teams – […]

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A Rare Achievement

Over this last weekend, 2 Glenwood U/14A cricketers achieved a rare feat while helping their team defeat the KZN Primary Schools team. Coming together at 46/4, they then proceeded to advance the score to 230 before the next wicket fell. Paul Amorim (103) and Mario Jaftha (107) both scored centuries, following Colin Munro’s century the […]

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