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Review: Disco Inferno!

Review by Frank Graham I was invited on Tuesday evening to attend the Headmaster’s performance of Westville Boys’ High School’s latest production, Disco Inferno. Not going to be exactly my cup of tea, I thought – but I couldn’t have been more wrong. The show is a fantasy encompassing the Disco era of the 70s […]

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Westville welcomes Waylon

WBHS is pleased to announce that WBHS Head Boy of 2003, Waylon Murray, has joined the School in a full-time capacity as Director of High Performance and Sport Development.  This follows the recruitment last year of high profile coaches Jeremy McLaren and Njabulo ‘Jabz’ Zulu. This highly respected trio have already initiated strategies to further […]

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WBHS dominates first round of Hill Cup

WBHS Swimming teams picked up from where they left off at the end of the 1st term season, with a dominant performance in the first round of the inaugural Hill Cup event, staged at Lahee Park. This format of this event is based on the USA College model, comprises relays and individual events, and involves […]

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Westville’s David Weber placed 6th in the SA English Olympiad

  David Weber (bottom left) achieved a highly creditable 6th position in the 2018 SA English Olympiad.  He was the top-placed student from KZN.  David was previously selected by the World Leading Schools Association (WLSA) as the top delegate at the WLSA Student Conference in Shanghai in 2016, and has served on the WLSA Council […]

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“Disco Inferno” Show at WBHS

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Sports Director, Sharmin Naidoo joins Wits University

WBHS Director of Sport, Sharmin Naidoo, has accepted a position as Sports Officer at Wits University. He was offered the position earlier this year, and has decided to move to Wits early next term. His focus sports at Wits will be Hockey and Cricket. Sharmin started at WBHS in 2010, and was promoted to Director […]

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Wanted: Sports Coach/Assistant Teacher

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Squash Report – Top in KZN

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Report from the WBHS Sun City Golf Festival

Westville Boys’ High School hosted a very successful Golf Festival at Sun City from 24 – 27 April.   The festival attracted 28 teams from 21 different schools including two schools from Zimbabwe and one team from Namibia. The Golfers had the opportunity to play at The Gary Player Golf Course and Lost City Course. […]

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The journey to Jeppe

On Friday 20 April, 600 boys and 50 coaches embarked on 17 buses for the biennial away sports fixtures against Jeppe (Johannesburg). Despite being a massive exercise, the 2-day visit to Jeppe is most worthwhile, and the WBHS community is most appreciative of the impeccable hosting provided by the Jeppe community. Rugby: The Jeppe teams […]

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Tough Encounters against Glenwood

Although the 1st and 2nd Rugby teams were out-gunned by very successful and talented Glenwood teams, WBHS generally took the overall honours in  what was a keenly-contested weekend of sport against traditional rivals. The overall statistics were Played Won Drawn Lost Win-Draw % Rugby 23 15 0 8 65% Hockey 10 8 2 0 100% […]

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Matthew Willman Arts Trust

WBHS in partnership with the Matthew Willman Arts Trust, is proud to host one of the world’s foremost private photographic collections on the life of Nelson Mandela. The photographs span 20 years of work, 10 of which were commissioned alongside Mr Mandela himself. The Matthew Willman Arts Trust is committed to keeping the life and […]

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Another Convincing Win for WBHS 1STXV Against Northwood

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Westville Edge Northwood In Caleb Carney Inspired Thriller

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Review of “The Tempest” by Keith Millar

For their first production of the year Westville Boys High School’s Drama Department has crafted a rumbustious, very credible and enjoyable version of William Shakespeare’s great tale of revenge and reconciliation, The Tempest. The director of the production, Luke Holder, who is charge of Cultural Affairs at the School and who is responsible for the school’s […]

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Records tumble as WBHS wins the Inter Provincial Gala for the 11th consecutive year

Westville continued their winning streak in the pool this weekend, being crowned champions in the Inter-Provincial gala held at the School on Friday night, taking St Benedicts down 12-9 in the Water Polo pool on Saturday, and then having 3 Westville Boys in the Midmar Mile Men’s race top 20, Dante Nortje placed 14th, Connor […]

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WBHS presents “The Tempest”

Brimming with magic and romance, William Shakespeare’s The Tempest plays in the Roy Couzens Theatre at Westville Boys’ High School February 12 through February 16, 2018. One of Shakespeare’s last and greatest works, The Tempest is part fairy tale, part romance and nothing but pure magic. From the crash of the opening storm, to the […]

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Westville celebrate a great weekend in the pool

  Westville Boys’ High School had a successful weekend in aquatics, winning the Alan Burt Gala for the 11th consecutive year, beating Kearsney’s 1st Water Polo team 9-1 and topping it with pupil Teague Loelly being called up to the SA U17 Schools’ Water Polo team. The 52nd running of the Alan Burt gala was […]

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WBHS U16A Basketball dominate at Michaelhouse Tournament

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Westville dominate Glenwood in weekend sport

Westville dominated summer sport matches against Glenwood this weekend for the second year in a row. On a near perfect day, the WBHS sportsmen only lost 2 games in Cricket, Water Polo, Squash and Tennis. In cricket, Gareth Beaven scored a century and Seth Rajakumar took 5 for 34 seeing Westville win comfortably by 148 […]

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Great start to WBHS summer sport fixtures

WBHS recorded a perfect opening sporting weekend, beating Maritzburg College 1st teams in Cricket, Water Polo and Basketball. 1st Team Cricket put on a clinical performance to beat College by 27 runs, with SA High Performance player and captain taking 5/35. Cameron Best and Roman Dindi combined scored 36 of the 54 baskets on the […]

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Campus Development: WBHS’s new Trevor Hall Student Centre

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NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE RESULTS 2017

The Class of 2017 achieved 421 subject distinctions, a 97% pass rate and an 84% Bachelor pass rate. I congratulate those boys who extended themselves in achieving their full potential, and our teachers across all grades who deserve credit for their persistence in motivating the students in their classes. I also appreciate the positive pressure […]

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Emirates Dubai International Rugby 7’s Tournament 2017

The Westville Boys’ High School’s rugby 7’s team travelling to Dubai as the Westville Gryphons started their campaign on day one against the Barbarian team from Mauritius. In the first match, the boys where really fired up and scored 6 tries in the first game and conceding one try in the second half. Tries in […]

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Reggie is new Mayor of Durban Youth Council 2018

We congratulate Reggie Davidson (Grade 10) who has been elected as Mayor of the Durban Youth Council. There is no doubt that Reggie has the outgoing personality and attributes to do justice to this position.  His multi-tasking skills were put to good use during his student exchange trip to Shanghai and Beijing recently, which clashed […]

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