Clothes to Good

RCL initiative to collect clothes for the Clothes to Good organisation. The clothes go to empowering women in the community who use the clothes to create jobs for people with disabilities and create resources for children in low income areas.The clothes are used in a variety of ways – resale and reuse, or recycled, etc depending on the quality.The boys have been asked to each take one of the letters and the attached forms and they then fill the green bags we have been supplied with.  ...

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OneHealth Hackathon

After a stellar performance in the OneHealth Hackathon 2020 Competition, placing second in the Malaria Track, Alok More has been selected to be on the executive committee of the OneHealth Hackathon. As a part of the executive committee he is one of the seven young people in charge of actually organising and making the Hackathon happen. The Hackathon is more of an Ideathon and allows students to participate in the global event digitally. It is aimed at harnessing the minds of high school student...

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Computer Olympiad

Alok More (Grade 11) is Glenwood’s top learner in the Second Round of the Computer Olympiad and has been selected to take part in the Final Round. Due to the travel restrictions, the finalists will not be together to compete in the national contest in Cape Town. The final round will take place at a school near Glenwood on 22 August from 10:00, and the results will be announced two days later, on Monday 24 August in a short ceremony from 15:00 to 15:15 via a Zoom link. Information supplied by...

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East Coast Radio Toy Story

Support Glenwood by supporting East Coast Radio Toy Story Campaign with Toys''R''Us & Babies"R"Us, that aims to make wishes come true for little people across KZN one toy at a time.Grant a wish for a child simply by donating a new toy, collection box at Glenwood High School, between 23 October and 22 November 2019.All the toys collected will be donated to underprivileged children in government hospitals, orphanages and children’s homes in KZN.To make a profound and sustainable ...

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GLENWOOD'S CULTURAL WEEKEND & Fête

The Glenwood Cultural Weekend takes place 16 - 19 August 2017 at Glenwood. 16 - 19 August 2017 - the School play, Glenwood in Motion, tickets available from the finance office @ R50 pp 18 August 2017 @ 14:00 - Glenwood City Trail. Entry at R2.00 pp. For more information contact Mr Dave Munro on 031-2744437. 18 - 19 August 2017 - Glenwood 7's Rugby. 18 August - Art & Photography Competition in the MT Pavilion. Contact Mrs Sarie de Beer. 18 August - Chess Competition in the Drama Studio from 1...

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Marriage For Dummies 2017

Marriage For Dummies is a survival guide for anyone brave enough to take on life's ultimate challenge. Everyone knows that marriage is more than a relationship - it's a wild adventure. Navigating the ups and downs of married life takes elbow grease, planning and anti-depressants! Before you throw in the towel get some 'expert' advise from comedic legends - Aaron McIlroy and Lisa Bobbert as they share their secrets of 'marital bliss' and help you come to gripes... er grips with your partner's a...

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Glenwood boy a SA World Champion of Performing Arts 2017

Christopher Tite (Form VI) recently participated in the World Championships of Performing Arts in Los Angeles (USA). The 21st World Championships of Performing Arts took place at Long Beach. The South African team consisted of 63 talented participants. Chris has been awarded with a scholarship to the New York Film Academy, a finalist gold medal, two competing gold medals and one competing silver medal. For more information you can contact his parents: Mr & Mrs C W Tite chris.tite@kaleidocod...

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