Admissions

ADMISSION PROCEDURE - DAYBOYS

Grade 8 – Application Procedure

The Department of Education Online process must be followed to apply at this school.  The process and dates will be reflected here once the dates are finalised by the Department. Supporting documents that will be required will be communicated at that time. This process is only started during the boy’s Grade 7 year (and not prior to this).

Grade 9 – 11 Application Procedure

The School Governing Body has resolved that the Headmaster will administer and decide on admission in accordance with the SGB admissions policy.

All Application Forms must be completed in full, signed and accompanied by:

  • Copies of both biological parents’ ID documents
  • A copy of the applicant’s unabridged Birth Certificate
  • A copy of the applicant’s most recent school report
  • Proof of residential address which shall be in the form of a utilities bill or a lease agreement (for a minimum period of 12 months) in the name of the parent or legal guardian of the applicant

Applications shall open from the beginning of September each year (for admission to the School for the following year).

Applicants shall only be considered should there be available space and if the applicant fulfills the requirements of the Admissions Policy which has been approved by the School Governing Body.

Residential address should be that of the parent or legal guardian. If the guardian is not the biological parent, proof of legal guardianship (as recognised by SA law), including a commitment to pay school fees, must accompany the application. The applicant must permanently reside at that address.

Applicants will only be contacted if their application is successful.

ADMISSION POLICY - DAYBOYS

Based inter alia on the number of educators, the school’s facilities and the choice of subjects offered at the school, the school shall admit no more than 1550 students at any time. Grade 8 classes shall be no bigger than 30 students per class.

The language of instruction at the school shall be English with the obvious exception of other languages offered as additional languages. It is in the best interests of the pupil that they are able to cope in an English medium environment.

Priority will be given to pupils whose parents/legal guardians (as recognised by SA law):

  • comply in full with the Admission Procedure, submitting all documentation on time, and
  • who permanently reside in the area for which the School is the nearest suitable school.

If space permits, following the application of these criteria, preference will be given to pupils who:

  • have specialised skills or talents that the school has the potential to develop, or
  • who have strong academic ability to be able to cope with the high standards expected at the school, or
  • are able to cope in a traditional boys school environment.

Preference will also be given to those who:

  • have siblings who are either at the school or who are Old Boys of the school, or
  • have a father who is an Old Boy of the school.

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

The School Governing Body has resolved that the Headmaster will administer and decide on admission in accordance with the SGB admissions policy.

The Application Forms for Grades 8 to 11 must be printed from the link above and completed in full and signed by both parents or legal guardians.  All supporting documents must be submitted together with the application form.

Supplementary Application Forms for dayboys for Grade 8 must be collected from the school during the admission period (as decided by the Gauteng Department of Education) and submitted along with the required supporting documents within 7 working days of applying on the GDE online system.

Application forms for dayboys for Grade 9-11 shall reach the Admissions Secretary by the end of the third school term of each year (for admission to the School for the following year). Admission to Grades 9 – 11 shall only be considered should there be available space and if the applicant fulfils the requirements of the Admissions Policy, which has been approved by the School Governing Body. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE – BOARDERS

The School Governing Body has resolved that the Headmaster will administer and decide on admission in accordance with the SGB admissions policy.

All Application Forms must be completed in full, signed and accompanied by:

  • Copies of both biological parents’ ID documents
  • A copy of the applicant’s unabridged Birth Certificate
  • A copy of the applicant’s most recent school report
  • Copies of both biological parents’ salary slips (not more than three months old)

All applications for Boarding for Grade 8 can be handed in from the start of the year but must reach the Admissions Secretary by the end of April of the year preceding the year of application. Applications are not processed prior to this time. All applicants will be advised whether their application has been successful or not during the June/July school holidays.  

Applications for other Grades shall reach the Admissions Secretary by the end of the third school term of each year (for admission to the School for the following year). Admission to Grades 9 – 11 shall only be considered should there be available space in the school and boarding and if the applicant fulfils the requirements of the Admissions Policy which has been approved by the School Governing Body.

If the guardian is not the biological parent, proof of legal guardianship (as recognised by SA law), including a commitment to pay school fees, must accompany the application.

Only successful boarding applicants for Grade 9-11 will be contacted. Should you wish to keep your application on the waiting list for a possible opening during the year, please ensure that Mrs Cameron is advised thereof.

ADMISSION POLICY - BOARDERS

Based inter alia on the number of Educators, the School’s facilities and the choice of subjects offered at the school, the School shall admit no more than 1550 students at any time. Grade 8 classes shall be no bigger than 30 students per class.

The School shall further admit a maximum of 69 Boarders in each Grade to its Boarding Establishments. A student who has been accepted into Boarding is automatically accepted into the School and forms part of the total number of students mentioned above.

The Language of Instruction at the School is English with the obvious exception of other languages offered as Additional Languages. It is in the best interests of the student that they are able to cope in an English medium environment.

Not all boarding applicants will be interviewed. Only those applicants who are being considered, based on their application form, will be interviewed by the Headmaster or his designate. Not all applicants who are interviewed will be accepted and we will accept the most suitable sixty-nine candidates based on the criteria below.

Priority will be given to students whose parents/legal guardians (as recognised by SA law) comply in full with the Admission Procedure, submitting all documentation on time.

Preference will be given to students who:

  • have specialised skills or talents that the School has the potential to develop, or
  • who have strong academic ability to be able to cope with the high standards expected at the School, or
  • are able to cope in a traditional boys boarding school environment, as identified in the interview.

Preference will also be given to those who:

  • have siblings who are either at the School or who are Old Boys of the School, or
  • have a father who is an Old Boy of the school.

APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

The School Governing Body has resolved that the Headmaster will administer and decide on admission in accordance with the SGB admissions policy.

The Application Forms for Grades 8 to 11 must be printed from the link above and completed in full and signed by both parents or legal guardians.  All supporting documents must be submitted together with the application form.

Application forms for dayboys for Grade 9-11 shall reach the Admissions Secretary by the end of the third school term of each year (for admission to the School for the following year). Admission to Grades 9 – 11 shall only be considered should there be available space and if the applicant fulfils the requirements of the Admissions Policy, which has been approved by the School Governing Body. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

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These are to be directed to the Admissions Secretary, Mrs Cathy Cameron

Telephone: 012 460 2246
Email: admissions@boyshigh.com

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Telephone: 012 460 2246
Email: admissions@boyshigh.com

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