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 »
The Principal, Mr Theo Anaxagoras, congratulated Mr Bongani Klaas on his 20- Year Service Award; 20 years of excellent and dedicated service to the school. He also congratulated Ms Ethel Fele who received her 15-Year Service Award; a mother-figure to many at the school…more »
GRADE 8 APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS FOR 2021 ARE NOW OPEN.
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 »
2019 Matric Results…more »
The 2019 MATRIC CERTIFICATES are ready for collection at the school office.
BIRTHDAY WEEKEND 2020
This year we are holding a Virtual Birthday Service on Sunday 2 August 2020 to celebrate the 145th Birthday.
VIRTUAL BIRTHDAY SERVICE - CELEBRATING 145 YEARS!
JACQUI WIJTENBURG AT AWARDS CEREMONY
At the Chris Hani West Performance Based Awards Ceremony of 2020 Queenstown Girls’ High School received three District Awards presented by the District Director, Mr N. de Bruin, in the following categories:
- 28 continuous years of 100% matric pass rate
- 100% pass rate in the 2019 National Senior Certificate Examination
- Distinctions per subject in the 2019 NSC Examinations.
Thank you to JENN Training & Consultancy for sponsoring the Trophies. Once again, congratulations to the Class of 2019 and their teachers for these excellent achievements. Jacqui Wijtenburg, Stakeholder Relations Manager for QEF, received the awards on behalf of GHS.
Tel: 045 839 4160
2020 PREFECT BOARD
GHS PRIZE GIVING
The Girls’ High School Prize Giving, was as usual, the highlight of the year. The major prize winners were :
HE NON NOBIS AWARD and The QUEENSWOOD TROPHY awarded in the SPIRIT OF HONOUR BEFORE HONOURS
The LESLIE TROPHY and the STAR IN THE EAST LODGE PRIZE for Academic Achievement in Grades 11 and 12 as well as the FREDA SPENCE AWARD and the COCKIN CUP for the Dux Scholar of the School
The SHIRLEY COTTERRELL TROPHY for integrity and a true concern for others
LINDI-LOIS de WET
The JOAN DENT MEMORIAL TROPHY to a girl who has made a success of her school career
The LES TERWIN MEMORIAL TROPHY for the non-school prefect who has done the most for the school is awarded to
The DA FONSECA TROPHY for outstanding Commitment and Contribution to Sport
OPPERMAN TROPHY for EXCELLENCE IN HER CHOSEN SPORT
The R HAYES AWARD for the girl who has shown a keen spirit of Sportsmanship
LINDI-LOIS de WET
The POPE CUP for the BEST ALL ROUNDER
MONIQUE DA CRUZ
The HOUSE SHIELD is shared by GROOM & THOMAS
QUEENSTOWN GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL TEST CATCH-UP RULING
TEST CATCH-UP RULING
- Learners who miss a Thursday Test will write the test the next day – Friday at 13:40
- If a learner miss a scheduled test and cannot produce a medical certificate or other ACCEPTABLE evidence of their absence, will receive ZERO for the assessment missed
Test Roster is available on / D6 / school notice boards
ORDER FORM SUPPORTER CLOTHING
Supporters items for GHS, Balmoral and the OQA. First orders to be in by the 2nd of September. Methods of payment:
- EFT and then send proof of payment
- Include cash in an envelope with the order form
Payments are centralised into the Balmoral Trust account on the form and then they will pay our supplier Gaylards.