Huge congratulations to our "Covid Crusaders" the #DLSHCCMatric2021 class. Despite having two years severely affected by the pandemic, you have achieved excellent results. For everyone to acquire a Bachelors' Degree pass is a wonderful achievement. Congratulations also to our dedicated teachers and supportive parents who have helped on your journey. You have done your school proud; we salute you all. – Debbie Harris, College Principal
The College is extremely proud of each member of the #DLSHCCMatric20021 Class - not only of the pupils who have obtained distinctions but of every individual who has reached his or her personal goals. After almost two years of persevering through online teaching, in-person teaching and hybrid teaching. We salute the matriculants for their grit, determination, and positivity. We look forward to witnessing the impact that they will have on the world. Matrics, utilize the resilience that you have learned, and you will be unstoppable. – Liz van der Westhuizen, Grade Facilitator.
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Grade 10s are having a great time at Kwalata! More photos in 'Gallery'.
“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.” - Vernon Howard.
The Grade 8s are thrilled to be exploring Camp Discovery, there is so much for them to explore and enjoy! We are grateful to our supportive parents and dedicated staff for making this time away possible, we appreciate you all! More photos in 'Gallery'.
“Learning should be a joy and full of excitement. It is life’s greatest adventure!” - Taylor Caldwell.
The Grade 9s have a lot to learn and discover at their camp, we wish them the very best of adventure! Thank you parents and staff for facilitating this much needed time away for our pupils. More photos in 'Gallery'.
“Play is the highest form of research.” - Albert Einstein.
A very excited group of Grade 7s left the College this morning and have arrived ready for adventure at Camp Aganang! We wish them a time filled with fun and friendship as they learn and explore. Thank you to our Grade 7 parents for making the camp possible, our dedicated staff will look after them well. More photos in 'Gallery'.
There is so much beauty to capture around the College and the Photography Club have their cameras poised. The club is open to Grades 7 - 12 every Monday from 14:15 to 15:15. Photo walks with the Adventure Club will take place on Friday afternoons 14:15 -15:15.
Well done to all the swimmers who participated in today’s gala and a huge thank you to the pupils and parents who came to support this opening event for the year! Benildus, Charles and Francis squads will swim for the winner’s trophy another day as the gala was called off due to lightning. More photos in 'Gallery'.
What a blessing it is to gather in the holy presence of God. Grades 6, 11 and 12 joined the parish community for Holy Mass.
Lasallian Youth Praise and Worship Band at practice. The band is open to Grades 7 - 12 pupils who are keen to use their talents to praise and worship God.
Head-boy, Ryan Fallon and Head-girl, Samantha van der Merwe received their red blazers and addressed the College at assembly. “As Councillors and #matricclassof2022, we would like to leave a legacy. Our theme for the year is “burning your fears” and we would like to challenge our fellow pupils to turn their fears into strengths. Our slogan “empower not devour” will help remind us all to tackle any fears we may have. The biggest hurdle to becoming a great learner is fear. Throughout the year, let us slowly burn through our fears together. We wish you all a fearless year!”.
It was all smiles and cheerful banter as we welcomed our wonderful College pupils #backtoschool.
Each of the children had the honour of receiving a personal welcome from our beloved Brother Albert as they walked in. We are so grateful to have our College family reunited yet again! More photos in 'Gallery'.
The Grade 7s have travelled back in time to the Stone Ages today as part of their orientation. Grunts and growls are the sounds of the day as each of our cavemen competes to complete their task; getting twenty Matric pupils to sign their leaf, good luck Gr 7s! More photos in 'Gallery'.
WATCH: Grade 7s Ringing the Bell Ceremony - a warm welcome to the Grade 7s, may this be a year of growth, discovery and many happy adventures!
Orientation Day adventures; the Grade 7s met their Matric buddies for the very first time today. “Organised chaos” quickly ensued as the Matrics began their ‘hunt’ for their Grade 7 buddy to show them around their new home.
We wish the Grade 7s all the best on this new chapter at the College! And we hope this is an impactful final chapter for the all of the Matrics.