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May you find serenity and tranquility in a world you may not always understand. Sandra Sturz
Charter College provides students with a progressive and forward thinking education within a structured environment. It is our belief that manners and respect go hand in hand with academic and sporting endeavour.
Life Orientation, ICT Mathematics, Design and Technology, Business Studies, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Other languages (private tutors)
We offer a broad range of subjects that cover all areas of the National Curriculum. Registration as a Cambridge International Examinations Centre has been awarded, and selected qualifications including Cambridge AS & A Levels (Matric) are available that are accepted by all local and international universities and recognised by Higher Education South Africa for matriculation purposes. Charter College is registered as an independent school with the Department of Education.
We offer orienteering, equestrian, soccer, and netball.
We have the following cultural activities on offer : Public speaking, Debating, Band, Choir, Art Club, Chess
Charter College has a formal uniform policy that includes blazers for all students as well as straw boaters for girls and school caps for boys. The uniform is available from:
Student's Schoolwear & Sport:
Shop 14, Trinity Village Shopping Center,
Cnr Knoppiesdooring and Eastwood,
Beyers Naudé Dr,
Randpark Ridge Ext 121, Johannesburg, 2194
Tel: 011 795 4305
Charities we support
Charter College closes the term with kitty donation
Love at first meow!
Squeals of delight could be heard from outside the classroom as the Grade 10 class at Charter College received a special visit from “The Cat Lady” on 14 April.
We spent Saturday the 6th April, packing special gift bags to give to the new mommies at the Hillbrow MOU. The Charter College kids, teachers and parents wrote beautiful letters of well wishes attached to each bag!
What a team!
PLEASE DONATE WITH LOVE!
We have 57 bags almost done!
But we are in need of 40 baby grows and 40 vests to finish of the first set of bags! Often these babies leave the unit wrapped in newspaper. Let’s help our babies!