Bryanston High School
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|Bryanston High School|
|Motto||Veritas Fidelitas Justitia|
(Virtue. Fidelity. Justice.)
|School number||+27 (011) 706 6010|
|Gender||Boys & Girls|
|Age||14 to 18|
|Number of students||1,600 pupils|
|Schedule||07:30 - 14:00|
|Colour(s)|| Blue |
|Accreditation||Gauteng Department of Education|
|School fees||R41 200 - R43 200 (2020)|
- Economic management science
- Life Orientation
- Physical education
- Natural sciences
- Business studies
- Computer Application Technology (CAT)
- Information Technology (IT)
- Engineering Graphic Design
- Life Orientation
- Physical Education
- Life Sciences
- Mathematics Core
- Mathematics Literacy
Extra subjects (after & before school)
Extra Subjects at Bryanston include
Extracurricular activities at Bryanston High School include many different Seasonal Sports and Cultural Activities.
Summer Sports include
Winter Sport include
Cultural activities include
Rivals of the school include
- Elon Musk (transferred to Pretoria Boys High School after bullying)
- Janine Botbyl Miss South Africa 1988
- Lorna Potgieter Miss South Africa 1984
- Diana Tilden-Davis Miss South Africa 1991
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- "Extra Murals". Fourways High School. Retrieved 9 February 2021.
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- "Bryanston High School - Cultural". www.bryanston.com. Retrieved 30 March 2021.
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