SA College Private School

SA College Private School (SACPS) is an independent co-ed school situated in the centre of Pretoria, within walking distance of the Union Buildings and alongside the Apies river that dissects Pretoria.

The school offers the State Curriculum to learners from Grades R right up to Grade 12 and because of its centrality and high expectations set for Academics and in particular Discipline, it is favoured by ambassadorial staff from various international states as also discerning parents who value quality education for their children.

This gem of a school is ideally situated for parents providing them with a one stop facility. They can work in the city centre and drop off their children before 07:00 and collect them safely between 14:30 and 17:00 of an afternoon, the latter collection time being applicable to parents making use of the school’s very affordable After Care centre.

Presently the school is undergoing physical upgrades in line with the municipal plan to upgrade the inner city of Pretoria. It provides high standards of security and safety for its learners and allows parents to carry on with their daily work commitments in the city in the knowledge that their children are safe, well cared for and are receiving a very high standard of education.

As part of SA College Private School’s Corporate Responsibility Programme, the school offers Saturday School classes to both Primary and Senior school learners from the far corners of Pretoria and its environments at a minimal charge – this service to the local community allows learners from other schools and the SACPS to attend classes throughout the year over weekends, including holidays and public holidays to be taught by the very best educators drawn from SACPS and neighbouring schools.


Enrolment 2015

Dear Parents: Hope you enjoy the festive season. The admin office is open during the holidays: The School officially re-opens for the learners on the 14th January 2015. Prospective parents wishing to enroll their children are welcome to do so, …

04 November, 2014
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