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Boys High is probably the best school in the world

4.6
Parent · September 3, 2020
Parent · September 3, 2020
School is not bad not a system...great educational purposes and also great sport which is well rounded. Is a school with great moral values and respect as well individuals growing in a brotherhood. Some things are not resolved with the system...in terms of bullying and racism as well even though there is a minimum of it. Systems of bullying have come up but boys do not consider it seriously or is not referred properly and yet it is not in use. The school isn't a bad school it could just be a greater in certain parts but overall they are doing quite well in their department.

Everyday is a new experience

5.0
Student · August 20, 2020
Student · August 20, 2020
Tis here we learn to live. The school's motto which does not lie. As a student I have made friends that will last forever and learnt amazing lessons from the teachers. I proudly say I go to Boys High and one day hope to send my son there.
Irma de Bruin

Where we learn to live!

5.0
Parent · March 17, 2020
Parent · March 17, 2020
Diversity, inclusion and excellence. A school with a rich culture and where academics, culture and sport are cultivated. An example for others of good manners and respect. Where pride is instilled among peers and where boys become men!

Boys high

5.0
March 7, 2020
March 7, 2020
The best school ever

The school on top of the world

5.0
Student · February 22, 2020
Student · February 22, 2020
Pretoria Boys High School isn’t actually a school- we’re a family. A family of sportsmen, academics, philosophers, learners and teachers.

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14 Marais St Bailey`s Muckleneuk, 0181, Pretoria
0124602246

School facts

  • Student grade
    -
  • Total students
    1540
  • Total teachers
    93
  • Total trained teachers
    -
  • Students per teacher ratio
    16.6