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UGU South Coast Tourism Gr. 12 excursion. - 2017-03-13

On the 8th of March, the Gr.12 Tourism learners set off on a trip to Oribi Gorge and Lake Eland. After arriving at Oribi Gorge the crew of the Wild Five Adventures decided to demonstrate the bunjee jumping, sliding and rock climbing. Next the learners went on to walking across the suspension bridge. Next stop was the Bird reserve and afterwards Lak... more

Winter Sports Day - 2016-06-22

South Coast Academy hosted a Winter-sports day. Congratulations to the children who obtained certificates for ‘man of the match’. Well done! Front L – R; Abulele Mahlasela, Wandile Chiya, Wandile Pato, Brendan Meyer 2nd row L – R: Bayanda Mbili, Azande Khahlela, Wesley Mzele, Thandolwethu Mokhabisi Qholosha, Cha... more

Easter Spirit - 2016-06-22

The Gr. 7 class had a lot of fun getting into the Easter spirit with their Arts and Culture project. Each learner made a bunny from cotton, digging in a flower pot looking for eggs. Sports practise is in full swing to get ready for the Winter sports Fun day which will be held on 3 June.  Parents are invited to attend. Names: Left. Ya... more

Term 2 Mini-P.A.T. - 2016-05-31

The Gr. 7’s had great fun working on the Term 2 Mini-P.A.T. As part of the curriculum, the learners had to prevent visual pollution. Well done to all the learners for doing an outstanding job.  Back: Ayabulela Ncemane, Claire Niemack, Minenhle Vezi, Serena Gordon, Tiffany Hartley, Jacquest Potgieter. Front: Ndwazi Nofemele, Olw... more

- 2016-04-26

Mr Bupendra Prakash of Bupendra Prakash and Co. was welcomed by the staff and Gr. 7’s of South Coast Academy. Mr Prakash spoke to the learners about finances and the world of money, also the important role of an accountant in a business.  This all formed part of the Economics Management Science lesson. The Principal and staff wo... more

Arts and Culture project - 2016-04-21

The Gr. 7 class had a lot of fun getting into the Easter sprit with their Arts and Culture project. Each learner made a bunny from cotton, digging in a flower pot looking for eggs.  Sports practise is in full swing to get ready for the Winter sports Fun day which will be held on 3 June.  Parents are invited to attend.  Name... more

School news - 2016-02-02

The Gr. 7 class started their year off with an exciting visit from the Hibiscus Coast Fire and Rescue team on Friday. This visit corresponds with the Technology lesson on the Jaws-of-life. Each learner had the opportunity to hold the Jaws and even climb into the Fire truck. The excitement inspired much needed enthusiasm for their upcoming Mini-PAT ... more

South Coast Academy scaling the academic ladder. - 2016-01-18

The NSC results has been captured and reveal that South Coast Academy learners have performed exceptionally well.  With hard work, dedication, discipline and a willingness to perform proved to be the building blocks of the 2015 Matric group. The top achiever and Dux learner, Solomzi Gxotelwa obtained 5 A’s and 2 B’s.  81... more

Prize giving - 2015-11-14

South Coast Academy held their year end prize giving ceremony on 23/10/2015. The schools award winning choir entertained parents, staff and students alike.   Principal Eton Hess was well pleased with the high results throughout all grades.  This has been achieved by acknowledging and growing from past mistakes, as well as havin... more

Choir wins again - 2015-09-08

South Coast Academy's choir has once again brought back the trophy from the Hibiscus Coast Festival held at Suid Natal High School on 27/03/2015.  For the 3rd time in a row they have celebrated ‘Best Choir’.   The Directors, Principal Eton Hess and all staff congratulated the choir and their music coach, Mr. Ruark ... more

South Coast academy School news - 2015-09-08

South Coast Academy’s  Gr. R class had a dress-up day last Friday. The theme was “The jobs people do”. ‘Nurse’ Julie Eisenbach was on standby should the local community ‘fire-fighter’ Cameron come across any injuries on the play field. ‘Doctor’ Amava assisted  the brave ‘so... more


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