False Bay High School was founded by visionary Principal Herman Janse van Rensburg and his wife Lisa Janse van Rensburg on 16 January 1999 in order to provide the best quality education in the Helderberg (South Africa) rooted in a solid Christian ethos. The school was one of the first small class, dual-medium private schools in the country. The school’s dedication to quality education and its Christian roots have undoubtedly made it one of the oldest and best small class, dual medium-high schools in the Helderberg, if not the country. Read more about the school on Wikipedia.
- To ensure the highest quality education, the school limits its number of students to only 50 full-time students per year. This means small classes, real individual attention, and very flexible subject choice.
- Classes are dual medium (English and Afrikaans) and the school’s curriculum is in line with the prescriptions of the National Department of Basic Education in South Africa.
- Potential full-time or part-time students are welcome to apply for enrolment or contact the school for further information.