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Parktown Boys' High School believes in the commitment to an ethos of excellence and quality, honesty, integrity and gentlemanly conduct, tolerance and empathy, trust and respect, self-discipline, initiative and enterprise, leadership and team spirit, full participation, free communication, personal and social achievement. The motto of Parktown Boys' High School, “Arise”, inspires the tradition, values and spirit of the learners, parents and staff of the Parktonian family.

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Parktown does it again! Congratulations to the class of 2015!

Once again Parktown has achieved a 100% pass rate. Congratulations to all the boys in the class of 2015.

Along with the 100% pas rate, our learners achieved the following outstanding results:

98.5 % University Entrance Passes

61.2 % Subject Average

115 distinctions

8 learners obtained A aggregates

6 learners achieved 5 distinctions each

We are incredibly proud of the efforts our boys put in and we wish them all the best in the years ahead.

Well done class of 2015! Feel the Pride!

Top Achievers 2015

Top Achievers 2015

Slade Hodge (84% av.)Slade hodge
Accounting 90, Maths 89, Afrikaans 86,
Life Sciences 86, Life Orientation 81, English 79,
Physical Sciences 78, Advanced Programme Maths 78

 

 

KaroliaFarhaan Karolia (83% av.)
Life Orientation 88, Maths 87, Accounting 87,
Geography 85, Physical Sciences 80, English 79,
Afrikaans 78, Advanced Programme Maths 71

 

 

Saif Chaudry (83% av.)Chaudry
Physical Sciences 90, Life Orientation 88,
Accounting 84, Afrikaans 83, Geography 83,
Maths 79, English 74

 

 

Shaun Pearce (83% av.)Pearce
Life Orientation 88, Geography 87, Visual Arts 86,
Physical Sciences 84, English 83, Afrikaans 78,
Maths 73

 

 

Mokgeseng Ramaisa (83% av.) Ramaisa
Maths 96, Advanced Programme Maths 94,
Physical Sciences 91, Accounting 91,
Life Orientation 83, Information Technology 79,
English 74, Afrikaans 65

 

 

Furqaan Ahmed (82% av.)Ahmed
Life Sciences 92, Life Orientation 90, Accounting 82,
Maths 81, Afrikaans 80, English 77,
Physical Sciences 75

 

 

 

Rohin Padayachee (81% av.) Padayachee
Accounting 93, Maths 89, Life Orientation 85,
Advanced Programme Maths 84, Information Technology 79, Physical Sciences 79, English 72, Afrikaans 71

 

 

 

Philasande Mkhwebane (81% av.) Mkhwebane
Information Technology 89, Maths 86, Accounting 86,
Life Orientation 83, Physical Sciences 79,
Afrikaans 78, English 65

 

 

 

Christian Percival (78% av.)Percival
Maths 88, Afrikaans 87, Accounting 84,
Physical Sciences 78, Life Orientation 74,
Information Technology 68, English 68

 

 

Jeffrey Pietersen (77% av.)Pietersen
Accounting 84, Afrikaans 82, Maths 81,
Life Orientation 81, English 72,
Information Technology 72, Physical Sciences 69

 

 

For a comprehensive look at our Top 100 learners in each grade, click on the links below:

Top 100 Grade 8 - 2015

Top 100 Grade 9 - 2015

Top 100 Grade 10 - 2015

Top 100 Grade 11 - 2015 

News of our Old Boys!

Two of Parktown's old boys have recently made headlines down in the Western Cape and we are incredibly proud of these two fine gentlemen.

Sebastian Bode has made a breakthrough in clean energy production down at Stellenbosch University and we are immensely proud of this achievement.

Sebastian-Bode - edt

Sebastian Bode

Axolile Qina has recently been elected as the SRC Chairperson of Stellenbosch University, showing once again that Parktown not only strives in academics but also in leadership. He is currently completing his Masters in Theology. 

Qina - edt

Axolile Qina

For some more information check out the latest Newsflash here.

Keep making us proud Parktown! 

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Book Lists:

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Stationery Lists and Price List:

Price List

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Why choose Parktown Boys’?

Passion

Pride

Academic Superiority

Sporting Excellence 

Cultural Brilliance

Watch this and see why there really is no other choice than to be at Parktown Boys' High School. Arise!