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 »

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 »

FOUNDING OF GHS

The arrival of two new pupils would not normally change the course of history. That is exactly what happened when Dr Bisset Berry arrived at the local Government school in Queenstown and demanded to enroll his daughter…more »

NEWS

PUBLIC SPEAKING: Senior Team won with Ayesha Munshi voted First Speaker and Konwaba Dyantyi voted Fourth Speaker, Junior Team lost with Mekayla Kitching voted Second Speaker and Zethu Qangule voted Third…more »

2025 APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS FOR 2025 ARE NOW OPEN.

BIRTHDAY WEEKEND 2023

The celebration of GHS’s 148th birthday last weekend was highlighted by the attendance of a number of old girls, some from as far back as the Class of 1961! There was a large contingent from the Class of 1983, and the Class of 1998 had the honour of the Birthday message…more »

GHS Matric Dance 2024

Matric Dance 2024

Matric Dance 2024 Video Credits https://www.facebook.com/citymediaproductions

Posted by Queenstown Girls' High School on Monday 8 April 2024

CLASS OF 2023 MATRIC RESULTS

 

At the Education Department’s Awards Ceremony, based on the excellent quality of our matric results, GHS was awarded ‘The Best Performing School in the Chris Hani District’ AND ‘The Best Performing School in Cluster B. Cluster B refers to one of only two clusters in the Eastern Cape Province.

Our Dux Scholar, Anuja Jomon, was awarded the second top achiever’s award in Cluster B, and our number two performer, Marquerite van Eeden was the top achiever in the district! Truly a fine performance from our young ladies and their supportive teachers!!

SENIOR LEARNER COUNCIL 2024

 

Congratulations to the Senior Learner Council 2024 who were announced at an assembly on Friday 11 September 2023. The learners are (in alphabetical order) Chloe Fitzhenry (Deputy Head Girl), Licebo Hoho, Lisakhanya Kene, Usisipho Matoti, Wuve Mayapi, ThobalalisaMfabana, Siphosethu Mtetweni, Oyintanda Ncobo, Lolwethu Roboji, Silindile Sikweyiya, Siyasanga Skade, Simone van Gensen, Mahle Ketelo (Head Girl).