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Eskom Awards

Srivas Anandraj took part in the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists in 2020, when he was in Grade 10 last year. Eskom Expo for Young Scientists hosted a virtual awards ceremony on 15 December 2020 to award the outstanding performance of learners who took part in the 2020 Online Assessments. Srivas was awarded a silver medal. Watch the ceremony online: https://youtu.be/exy9sO569gA   ...

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NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) OF PARENTS PRESENTATION AND APPROVAL OF THE 2021 SCHOOL BUDGET

Dear Parents, NOTICE OF AGM Date: Wednesday 14th October 2020 Time: 17h00 Venue: Mike Turrell Pavilion Attached letter with all details Shelley Mc Neill Systems & Data Administrator Glenwood High School Tel: 031-2055241x234 Fax:031-2055838 smcneill@glenwoodhighschool.co.za   NOTICE PARENT BUDGET PRESENTATION 2021 FEES...

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Old Boy working at US University

Dr Byron Louw matriculated from Glenwood in 2005, where he was also a boarder at Gibson House. For the next 6 years, Byron worked as an English and History teacher at Glenwood through its Teacher-In-Training programme. During this time, he earned his Bachelor of Social Science (BSocSci) and Master of Development Studies (MDEV) from UKZN, and also completed his Post-Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) from UNISA during the same period. In 2012, Byron worked at a corporate consulting firm ...

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Drama

Drama enhances students' artistic and creative abilities and gives them a better understanding of themselves and their world. Acting and staging skills are taught in conjunction with a study of texts and contexts which enable students to devise, interpret, analyse, and evaluate dramatic forms and style. The study of drama provides a good foundation for tertiary study in creative and performing arts, arts administration, acting, media studies, teaching, journalism, law, public relations, and spe...

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Message from the Principal

20 August 2020 Dear Parent/Guardian Teaching and learning of Grade 10-11 boys have been running smoothly this week. Our Grade 8 and Grade 9 boys are therefore expected back on 24 August 2020. We have been granted permission to deviate from the phasing in as advertised in the Government Gazette. The Standing Operational Protocols must be adhered to. The wearing of masks and social distancing is of the utmost importance. Please impress upon your sons that washing of hands and sanitising will...

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