Boys today. Men of principle tomorrow.
Michaelhouse, the Anglican Diocesan College of Natal, was founded in 1896 and is a South African boarding school for senior boys, with an international reputation.
Situated on a secure estate in the beautiful Midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, the school has a fully residential staff which facilitates a high level of pastoral care and interaction with the pupils.
The distinctive architecture of the inter-linked quadrangles inspires a tremendous sense of belonging amongst the 560 boys.
Michaelhouse is a school of established heritage with an innate respect for the individual. It is this long held tradition that distinguishes Michaelhouse from other senior boys' schools.
We believe that going to senior school is as much about finding one's niche in life as having the freedom and encouragement to explore it and to become the best one can be.
2014 IEB Matric Results
Michaelhouse has in recent years become accustomed to achieving incredible Matric results and the Class of 2014 didn't disappoint. Of the 115 Michaelhouse boys who wrote the exam, 109 earned degree entry certificates (95% university entrance passes), with five boys achieving diploma entry certificates and the final candidate not qualifying due to immigrant status. There were no failures.
Sixty one percent of the grade achieved either an overall A or B symbol and the average aggregate mark for the whole grade across all subjects was 72%. We are particularly proud of of very strong sets of Mathematics and Science results.
With nine distinctions and an aggregate of 92%, Robert Perrott is the Dux Scholar for 2014. Following in the footsteps of his older brother in 2013, Michael Schram is the Proxime Accessit with seven distinctions and an aggregate of 89%.
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