Category: Academy

Verney College – we respect every student’s individuality

Verney College was established in 1975 as a Portuguese and South African Primary and High School.  Accredited by Umalusi, Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training – accreditation number 17 SCH01 00391. Academically we run the Independent Examination Board (IEB) syllabus and exams. Our facilities include 24 classrooms with a state of the art computer room, science lab, music room and a library. We have a teaching staff of 32 teachers, fully qualified and registered with the South African Council of Educators. (SACE) Our School Verney College is an English medium, co-educational primary and high school, catering...

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Grade 12’s – Exam Time

It is the exam time for our grade 12’s, so you have to be calm and have faith in your work and study. Success will follow you if you never give up in the life. It is true that the journey of life is never easy, but you can make it smoother with your dedication and trust in The...

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Sandhurst Pre & Preparatory College, we provide a foundation for life

At Sandhurst Pre & Preparatory College we want to ensure that we afford the precious boys and girls entrusted to our care similar opportunities that will create special memories for them to value and treasure as we have stored within us the ability to do so.  Our internationally diverse, independent pre- & preparatory school will afford every boy and girl a specialist pre- & preparatory college learning environment, in the very heart of Sandton – Class sizes will be kept to a maximum of 24 so that every child is able to blossom and grow. We help young people to...

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I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with loving kindness. – Jeremiah 31:3

My dad was raised in an extremely poor cotton- picking family, who lost everything they owned during the Great Depression. He said that from the moment he gave his heart to God at the age of seventeen, “I made a quality decision that my children and family would never have to experience the lack that I was raised in.” He searched the scrip-ture to see what God said about him and started seeing himself not as a farmer’s child with no future, but as a child of the Most High God. He rose up and broke the curse of poverty in our family. No wonder my dad held up his bible every service and said, “This is my Bible. I am what it says I am.

I have what it says I have.” Do the same this morning, and you’ll be amazed what can happen.” – Joel Osteen

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