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Victoria Girls' High School is...
~ Sunday Times’ Top 100 schools in South Africa ~
~ Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Circle of Excellence School ~
~ Proudly SA School of the Year 2007 ~
~ Proudly SA School of the Year 2011 ~
~ Top Eastern Cape school 2013 ~
~ Destiny Magazine Top 100 SA school 2017
Fairlady Magazine - VG Top School in the Eastern Cape 2013
The June 2013 edition of Fairlady Magazine contained a thorough look at public schooling in South Africa. In particular, the article considered the Top 25 public schools in South Africa. A number of criteria were used to determine the Top 25, including academic, sporting and cultural achievements, as well as community outreach, facilities and fees. VGHS was one of only two Eastern Province schools selected and was subsequently chosen as the top school by Fairlady Magazine in the final analysis.
Proudly South African Homegrown Award 2011
In September 2011, at a gala dinner and exhibition in Johannesburg, VGHS was the overall winner in the Proudly South African / CFG Schools Governance Category. The judging of this award was based on different aspects of school managements, eg. codes of conduct, staff management and leadership opportunities afforded to the Grade 12s. Following VG’s initial placement in the top 4, the judges and a camera crew paid us a visit where they interviewed various staff and took a tour of our facilities.
Ms Nadia Czeredreski-Schmidt collected on the award on behalf of VGHS and said “I felt very proud to stand up and collect the award on behalf of VGHS, knowing that it truly is a school of passion, integrity and excellence”.
Top Education Institution in South Africa
In 2007 VGHS was accorded the double honour of being selected as one of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Top 70 schools in the country, and being chosen as the top educational institution in the country in the Petro-SA Proudly South African Homegrown Awards. These awards attest not only to VGHS’s consistent academic excellence, but also to our celebration of cultural diversity and youth empowerment.
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