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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.
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Two Old Greys in Baby Bok Team
04 Jun 2018Two Old Greys in Baby Bok Team

Old Grey’s Sihle Njezula and Lubabalo Dobela are part of the Baby Bok Team. Congratulations.

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Matthew Breetzke was named SA U19 Cricketer of the Year
04 Jun 2018

Old Grey Matthew Breetzke has been named South African U19 Cricketer of the Year.  See link for more information -  http://www.sacricketmag.com/breetzke-wins-sa-u19-cricketer-of-the-year/

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Old Grey Siya Kolisi is New Bok Captain
28 May 2018Old Grey Siya Kolisi is New Bok Captain

It is with great pleasure that the Grey family congratulates Siya Kolisi on his appointment as the 61st Springbok Captain – a well-deserved accolade for a fine ambassador of rugby and Grey High School. This modest, humble and popular gentleman maintains his ties with us and regularly visits his alma mater. All Grey Men, both new and old, are very proud of Siya. He is the second past scholar from Grey High to Captain the Springbok team – previously Roy Dryburgh captained for two tests in 1960.

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