THE SCHOOL CREST

The red cross of St George represents bravery and the white field, purity and truth. The scarlet aloe is a proud symbol of the Border region. The school motto; Veritas et Virtus (Truth and Courage) has inspired generations of girls since the late 19th Century. The magnificent…more »

WEEKLY HAPPENINGS

Girls’ High School entered the Country Districts Tennis trials and the following results were obtained : u/18 No 1 Aimee Pohlmann, No 2 Tegan Barraud, u/16 No 2 Teagan Roux, No 3 Mikayla Boy, Reserve Logan Raasch, u/14 No 1 Monique da Cruz. These girls will now play in inter-provincial rounds against other regions. Girls’ High School 2nd Squash team played against the…more »

GRADE 8 APPLICATIONS 2015

Grade 8 applications are available from 1 April 2015 to 31 July 2015. This is only for Grade 8. Please send your emails to lorraine@qtghs.co.za or contact Lorraine at 045 839 4160.

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT

To be a principle-centred school of excellence at which teachers, learners, employees and interested stakeholders teach, learn, work and interact together in a spirit of growth and harmony. In striving towards our vision we: Encourage all at our school to develop their unique potential…more »

BIRTHDAY WEEKEND 2015

Celebrating 140 years! Birthday weekend 14, 15, 16 August 2015. Old Girls from the years 1955, 1965, 1975, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 2005 are encouraged to attend.

LATEST NEWS

Head Girl Speech 2014 – Kolosa Ntombini…more »

2014 Matric Results: A-Aggregates…more »

2014 Matric remarking results are available at the school office.

OLD QUEENSTONIA TEA

The Old Girls’ Association of Queenstown Girls’ High School hosted a Ladies Morning Tea in St George’s Hall recently. The main speaker, Elizabeth Robinson-Campbell, came all the way from Cape Town and also entertained the school girls on the Friday during assembly. She wrote a book called ‘The Choice’, and spoke about her life experiences and what God had done in her life. She is also a renowned artist. Marlene Vlok spoke on table settings and gave tips on how to decorate when entertaining. Sam Breetzke, a rose grower in the Queenstown district, gave valuable information regarding the growing of roses in our area. At the end of the morning, two delicious Black Forest cakes were auctioned by Miss Carol Millington, to the delight of the ladies at the tea. The decor and flowers were beautiful and the eats absolutely delicious.

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WINTER SPORT / CULTURAL TIMETABLE - 1st TERM 2015
TIME MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
12:45 – 13:45 Musical Theatre Group 12:30

Xhosa Society (13:30-14:15)

Hockey 1st & 16 A Astro14:15 – 15:15Chess

Hockey u/14 A Grass

Netball 1st & 2nd

Netball u/16 A & B

Netball u/14 A & B

Squash 2nd HangklipChess

Dancing (External)

Gr 12 Extra Science

Hockey 3rd

Hockey u/16 B & C

Squash Social HangklipHockey u/14 B

Netball 1st & 2nd

Netball u/16 A & B

Netball u/14 A & B

Squash 2nd HangklipHockey u/16 B & C, 3rd

Netball 1st & 2nd till 15:45

Squash Social Hangklip

Netball 3rd & 4th

First Aid14:30 – 15:30Netball u/15 A & B

Squash 1st Queens Netball u/15 A & B

Squash 1st QueensPublic Speak/Debating14:45 – 15:45  Hockey 2nd & u/14 A Astro 15:15 – 16:15Hockey 2nd & u/14 B

Netball SocialCamera Club

Running Club

S C A / InteractH O D Meeting

Netball 3rd & 4th

Netball SocialG E S

Running Club

Drama15:45 – 16:45Hockey 1st & u/16 A Astro   16:15 – 17:15   PREFECTS MEETING

Gr 10 Extra Science  18:00 – 19:00

Gr 11 Extra ScienceHockey 1st & u/16 A

17:45 – 18:45 Astro