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Beaconhurst lifesavers

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Beaconhurst lifesavers On Wednesday, the 30th January, Beaconhurst High School warmly welcomed The South African National Blood Service to our school to save lives. Our Peer Promoters did an excellent job promoting the blood donation and getting learners and teachers to sign up in advance, as learners and teachers were seen from early morning to [...]

Surfs Up

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Surfs Up By Qhawekazi Mazaleni   The 2019 Surfers Discovery Marathon could be described as an event which requires endurance, perseverance and determination. The Beaconhurst Interact and Land Service clubs devoted themselves to congratulating and helping the finishers. Several Beaconhurst students and teachers participated in the 5km, 10km and 17km marathons. Our scholars were tasked [...]


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IRONMAN 2019 On Sunday the 29th of January 2019, East London hosted the Ironman competition once again. This unique destination event consists of miles of beachfront and cultural history. It is a very intense triathlon where contestants run, swim and cycle long distances. Beaconhurst learners were spotted at this event, not only giving out water [...]


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Gala 2019   Fun and games was exactly what this year’s annual gala was, which took place on Friday the 18th of January.  Along with a few broken records, a truly fun-filled day was had by all, especially the matrics, who made their traditional entrance, accompanied by cheering and singing. To top it off, the [...]


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START THE RAT RACE Recently, the Grade 8 Orientation afternoon took place. As per usual, it was a fun filled occasion where the Grade 8s got to know each other, their teachers and the prefects, by playing a multitude of games that encouraged team work. The Rat Games were organised by Mrs Muller, who was [...]

2018 Matric Results

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2018 Matric Results The matrics of Beaconhurst High School have once again risen above all the odds and produced excellent results in 2018. Beaconhurst is proud of the following matriculants who placed in the top 3 of their class at the end of the year: Jarryd Geyer, with an aggregate of 85% (6 distinctions), Kian [...]

A new member to the Beaconhurst Family

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A new member to the Beaconhurst Family. In term 4 of 2018, Beaconhurst High School welcomed Mr Brendan Craig Cloete to the Beaconhurst family, as Deputy Principal. Mr Cloete attended Dale Junior from grade 1-7, and then Dale College from grade 8-12. After completing his studies, Mr Cloete taught numerous subjects, and was the HOD [...]

A sad goodbye

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A Sad Goodbye. It came as a major shock to the Beaconhurst learners on the first day of the new school year to realise that Mrs Hannelie Jordaan had left Beaconhurst High School to pursue a new venture at the Department of Education as the subject advisor for CAT and IT. She is excited for [...]

Prefect Induction

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PREFECT INDUCTION Beaconhurst High School recently bid farewell to the prefects of 2018 and inducted the 2019 prefect body. Through hard work and determination these learners achieved this leadership position and will officially commence with their duties of leading the school in the new year. 2019 Prefect Body: Matthew Busse Damian Foreman Danielle Jackson Morgan [...]

Mr. Simms

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Mr. Simms, after being nominated for the best teacher in the province by the SG of the Eastern Cape, was honoured with a Gold Award from the Department of Education in Port Elizabeth during the school holidays. He received numerous other awards and placed 4th in the country for the National Teacher's Award.