Summer 2014 edition now online

All articles from the Autumn, 2015 edition reproduced online.

Independent Schools Marketing Association (ISMA) school marketers make waves in Durban

It promised to be a varied programme, entitled ‘Making waves’ and matching the diverse duties of a marketer, hosted at sister Tsogo Sun hotels Maharani and Elangeni, located on the beachfront in Durban in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).

Perseverance, character and hope: The Conference of Heads of Independent Schools in Zimbabwe (CHISZ)

At a recent meeting with Sylivia Utete Masango, the then-newly appointed permanent secretary for primary and secondary education in Zimbabwe, some independent schools representatives posed a question.

Masters of their destinies: Hibberdene Academy

Our motto, ‘Be the master of your destiny’, is emblazoned on our school uniforms to serve as a daily reminder to our students.

Making the most of it: Amaria Combined School

In 1996, the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa dreamed of founding a Christian school for our children in the Vhembe district in Nzhelele Valley, Limpopo.

Shining out into the world: Inanda Seminary

Situated on the edge of Inanda township, 25 km northwest of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal, Inanda Seminary has for more than 145 years produced over 8 000 graduates who ventured into the world exemplifying the school’s motto, ‘Shine where you are’ (Philippians 2:5).

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