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Soon after the landing of the British Settlers in 1820, a small but flourishing settlement existed on the shores of Algoa Bay. Any form of organised education, however, was sadly lacking until the arrival of a Scottish graduate named John Paterson, who must be given most of the credit for establishing a small state-aided school in Chapel Street.

Laureus Award
18 Jul 2018Laureus Award

Old Boy and Springbok Captain has been nominated for the prestigious Laureus award, we would like to encourage you to show your support for Siya by voting for him on the link below. He is certainly a fine ambassador for Grey High School. Please click here to take you to mylaureus.com to vote

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Australian Series and Youth African Qualifiers
16 Jul 2018Australian Series and Youth African Qualifiers

Cody Posthumus, playing for SA u18 team,  beats Aussie defender.

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Grey golfers at Royal Troon in UK
16 Jul 2018Grey golfers at Royal Troon in UK

Grey Golfers tour the UK
Staff members Gerrie Hills and Jason Bigara and sixteen boys had an experience of a lifetime over the holidays spending two weeks in the UK, playing on ten courses, of which five were Championship courses.
The highlight of the tour was to play the St. Andrews Links. It was a long night for some of the boys whose names were not drawn in the ballot to play and they waited from 23h00 in line to be able to put their names down to play if there were any available spaces the next day. Fortunately; all the boys got on to play and what a memorable experience for all playing at the Home of Golf.
Another of the many highlights was the final round of the tour which was played at Musselburgh Links. This is the oldest course in the world which hosted six Open Championships. In  [ ... ]

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