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WBHS continues its Swimming victories!

WBHS continues its Swimming victories!

Our WBHS Swimming team travelled up to Gauteng on Friday 31 January to take part in the annual Alan Burt Gala on Saturday 1 February.  The WBHS team continued their winning performances and we are extremely proud of the final results: 1) WBHS 295 (out of a total of...

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Cameron Moodie 100 % for Dramatic Arts in the NSC Exams

Cameron Moodie 100 % for Dramatic Arts in the NSC Exams

A phenomenal achievement by Westville Boys’ High School pupil, Cameron Moodie, for Dramatic Art as a subject in the 2019 NSC Examinations. He was recognized for this by the Pinetown District Department of Education last week.  Moderator Pushba Gramani said...

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London Old Boys’ Reunion 2019

London Old Boys’ Reunion 2019

Former Headmaster Trevor Hall jets off to London this week to attend the 2019 Old Boys Reunion. The event, to be held in Piccadilly on Saturday 16 November, is likely to be a great success. At last count, more than 80 old boys from various decades had...

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WBHS Annual Sports Awards Evening

WBHS Annual Sports Awards Evening

Westville Boys’ High School honoured its top sportsmen at the WBHS Annual Sports Awards Evening recently. In numbers, 22 pupils were recognized for 50 or more caps and 2 for 100 or more caps in their respective sports. WBHS had 84 KZN Representatives who...

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KZN Coastal Cricket Representatives

KZN Coastal Cricket Representatives

K Z N | C O A S T A L | C R I C K E T Two of our boys will captain KZN Coastal Cricket Teams this year! Well Done to Jared Oosthuizen, Jandre Viljoen, Seth Rajakumar and Gareth Beavan (Captain) on their selection to the Khaya Majola U19 KZN Coastals...

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Matric Speech Night and Bell Ringing Ceremony

Matric Speech Night and Bell Ringing Ceremony

The 2019 Matric Speech Night and Bell Ringing Ceremony took place on Tuesday 8 October.  WBHS was extremely proud to welcome back recently retired Headmaster, Mr Trevor Hall, as the Guest of Honour.  It was also an fitting opportunity for Mr Graham Steele,...

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Jack Cubitt – SA Schools Golf

Jack Cubitt – SA Schools Golf

Congratulations to Jack Cubitt (Grade 11) who has been selected for the SA High Schools Golf Team. The IPT was hosted by Ekuruleni at the South Downs Country Club in Alberton from 22-24 September. The KZN team finished second behind Gauteng North. The SA...

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WBHS Visits Poly Prep in NYC

WBHS Visits Poly Prep in NYC

Following their time in Washington DC and Florida the Westville group of 28 boys and 4 teachers moved on to New York for four days. A priority for our tour groups in NYC is always a visit to Poly Prep Country Day School. WBHS and Poly Prep are fellow...

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WBHS impressive at Clifton Water polo Tournament

WBHS impressive at Clifton Water polo Tournament

For the second successive year the WBHS 1st Water Polo team finished runners up at the Clifton Water Polo Tournament this week. In their pool games, wins were recorded against Pearson with the final score 12-2 to Westville, followed by the game vs Kearsney...

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WBHS ranked No. 1 in the Durban Coastal Debating Leagure

WBHS ranked No. 1 in the Durban Coastal Debating Leagure

Tuesday, 6 August, saw saw the Finals of the DCDL (Durban Coastal Debating League) debates and the end to its 2019 season overall. The Senior Finals had Thomas More College in proposition square off against Clifton in opposition on the motion “Assuming the...

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Sixty years of writing Matric exams!

Sixty years of writing Matric exams!

NEWS FROM THE ARCHIVES With the trials exams behind them, the Matric class of 2019 only have a matter of weeks left before they start writing their final exams. By this stage, they will hopefully be ready and  well-prepared for the exams .  We wish them...

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Google Classroom
Message from Headmaster, Mr Graham Steele

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR SON IS SIGNED UP!

Tuesday 31 March would have been the start of the new school term and teachers will start to post work in their Google Classrooms. Some teachers will require work to be returned via email or by answering the questions in the Google Classroom. This may all seem quite foreign, and it is, but it is a step towards covering the content needed for end of year exams. Your son and his teachers are learning how this will work as they engage in their Google Classroom.

Please take the time to ask your son to show you what the classroom looks like, thus ensuring that he is registered.

Should he need any help or further instructions, please consult the D6 article “Google Classroom – how to connect” posted on 19 March 2020 or e-mail studentsupport@wbhs.co.za
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