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Boarding

BOARDING

BOARDING

HOME AWAY FROM HOME

Home-away-from-home experience

Westville Boys’ High School prides itself on a unique boarding experience. Our five modern boarding homes provide a warm, safe and secure setting for our boys. Our focus is to ensure that all our boarders feel that they are living in a “home-away-from-home”.

The Westville experience also offers parents the unique opportunity of allowing their sons to board in close proximity to where they live, unlike most other larger boarding establishments.

This allows boys who opt for weekly boarding to have valuable quality time with their families, and allows parents greater opportunity to support their sons’ extra-curricular activities.

Boarders and boarder masters

Each of our five homes caters for approximately 25-30 boarders with two to three boarder masters. The advantage of small group boarding under close supervision and guidance is preferred by Westville Boys’ High to ensure a nurturing environment.

Facilities

Our 5 modern houses have the following:

  • Swimming Pool
  • Lounge area
  • Kitchen Area
  • Access to the gym
  • WiFi
  • TV
  • Communal bathrooms
BE nurturing

Sound habits and  inter-personal skills are  fostered in the company of peers and senior boys. Friendships formed in this way help our boys develop a sense of well-being and confidence which larger, more impersonal boarding schools are not always able to achieve.

WBHS’s five Boarding Houses

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As a School we will fondly remember Tony,and the many 1st XV Rugby encounters between Westville Boys' High School and Hilton College. He was a true gentleman and we extend our deepest condolences to his wife, family, and the Hilton College community.(This post has been updated with the sad news that Tony's daughter, Alice, has succumbed to injuries from the same accident). Hilton College is deeply saddened by the tragic and sudden passing of Tony Richter in a car accident last night, along with his daughter Alice. In his 21 years at Hilton, Tony served as Life Sciences HOD, coach of the 1st XV, coach of the 1st XI, Lucas Housemaster, Ellis Housemaster, and most recently Director of Operations. He has also been a great servant of rugby development in our province, with an infectious enthusiasm for the game that caught the imagination of many young people. Notwithstanding all these accolades, the Hilton community know him best as a great character, loyal friend and entertaining raconteur. Thousands of boys who have passed through the McKenzie gates during his time here have a personal story to share about how he has inspired and entertained them.Our prayers are with his wife Caro and his family at this awful time. ... See MoreSee Less
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