|Mr/s Diane Mae Freeman
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Springs Boys’ High School FeesThe best way to clarify Springs Boys’ High School’s fees for this year is to begin by explaining the school’s Quantile, so that you can gain an understanding of the school’s financial position. Quintiles 1, 2, and 3 are no-fee schools, receiving R1,177 per learner from The Department of Education. Quintile 4 schools receive R590 per learner while Quintile 5 are fee-paying schools receiving R204.00, requiring additional funds to run. The school aims to alleviate the burden of fees whenever possible. Monthly payments are an option, but parents who choose to pay the full year’s fees upfront are eligible for discounts ranging from 3% to 10%. Additionally, parents with more than one dependent can request a sibling discount of up to 10%.
Contact Springs Boys’ High SchoolSprings Boys’ High School is an ideal choice for parents who need to run errands after dropping off their children, as it is conveniently located next to a variety of amenities in the bustling town of Selcourt Springs. With its prime location and excellent education, Springs Boys’ High School provides a perfect solution for busy parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
- Physical Address: No. 47, Federal Road, Selcourt, Springs
- Phone No.: 0118182175
- Email: coming soon
- Website: www.Springs Boys’ High School.co.za
How to register at Springs Boys’ High School?Stay ahead of the curve with the cutting-edge registration technology at Springs Boys’ High School.
Our school is a public school, and all public schools under the jurisdiction of the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) are to be registered for, using GDE Admission website.
For those who prefer to physically register their learners or apply in person, we have compiled a list of GDE Admission Walk-in Centres. Parents and guardians can visit these centres to receive safe assistance in applying for their children if they are unable to do so from their home, office or on-line.
Total time 10 minutes
Visit GDE website
Go to the GDE website and click on the “Login” link at the top-right of the page.
If you are a first-time user, you will need to create an account by providing your name, email address, and password. If you already have an account, simply log in.
Choose the grade level for the learner you are registering. Keep in mind that you need to select the grade corresponding to the learner’s anticipated level for the upcoming academic year.
Provide personal and educational information
Please complete the necessary fields with personal and educational information about the learner, including their name, age, gender, and contact details.
Select our school
Select our school as your first option, then you can choose up to four schools in order of preference to make a total of 5 selection.
Upload supporting documents
You will need to upload supporting documents such as the learner’s birth certificate, proof of residence, and any relevant medical or learning support documents.
Once you have completed all the required fields and uploaded the necessary documents, submit your application by clicking “submit” button. We advice that all your documents be in PDF docs.
Check Application Status
You can check the status of your application on the GDE online admissions website. The GDE will notify you via email or SMS if your application is successful or if further documentation is required.
If your application is successful and your child is allocated a place at a school, you will need to accept the placement within the given timeframe.
Appeal the decision (if necessary)
If your child is not allocated a place at your preferred school or any of your preferences, you can appeal the decision by following the instructions on the GDE online admissions website.
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- Top achievers matric,
- School calendar,
- Springs Boys’ High School uniform,
- Teaching Jobs at Springs Boys’ High School and
- Easy GDE Registration Guide
Testimonials & Reviews by parentsWe were initially concerned about the admission process for our Zimbabwean children, but Springs Boys’ High School proved to be a dream come true. The school’s admissions team guided us every step of the way, ensuring that we had all the necessary documents and information. They were responsive to our queries and provided excellent communication throughout. Our children were warmly welcomed into their classes, and the teachers have been exceptional in providing a nurturing and stimulating learning environment. Springs Boys’ High School is the perfect fit for Zimbabwean families seeking quality education.Parents We appreciate the academic achievements of our child at Springs Boys’ High School. However, as Tshivenda-speaking parents, we were disappointed that the school did not provide proper support for the Tshivenda language. Our child ended up studying Zulu instead, and while they excelled in the subject, we believe that the opportunity to learn and embrace their home language would have been more advantageous. We encourage the school to consider expanding their language offerings to better cater to diverse student backgrounds.Parents
1. Is it easy to get admission at Springs Boys’ High School?
2. What are the school Springs Boys’ High School hours?
3. What is the Springs Boys’ High School address?
4. If I want to register at Springs Boys’ High School in person, what is the right admission walk in centre?
Decentralised Walk-in Centres are offices where parents and guardians visit to be safely assisted in applying for their children, if they cannot do so from their home or offices. Only If the school is a GDE institution.
5. When is the best time to visit This school in person?
During the above timeframe, the administrative team or the principal will be available to address any inquiries, school tours, speak with prospective parents, or distribute registration forms while the students are in their classrooms.