Founded in 1896 by Anglican Priest Canon James Cameron Todd, Michaelhouse is a famous boarding school for boys set up amidst the green hills of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands in South Africa. Based on the research that the mindset of boys requires a different pattern of education than of girls, Michaelhouse puts special emphasis on teaching programmes that support this difference.
To facilitate improved learning, classes are small and the teacher-pupil ratio is 1:10. Additional academic support is offered in study groups under the direction of a teacher.
Michaelhouse offers a vast number of subject package choices for its students to gain a National Senior Certificate with university entrance dispensation.
The school imbibes in its students spiritual values of integrity, humility, compassion and courage in service to the community and the world.
It provides dynamic and progressive education for boys that respects individual needs and embraces diversity and change in pursuit of academic, sporting and cultural excellence.
R103, Balgowan, 3275, South Africa