Grey High School were crowned winners of the Port Elizabeth Schools’ Quiz League for 2018.  Muir came second, and Pearson third.  Photo – left to right – Alex Heynes, Gerhard Woithe, Luke Bowers, Dylan de Lange and Nikhil Riga.

Quiz winners 2018

Mountain Biking Club kicked off the year with a ride through Kragga Kamma


Bear - a dramatization of the story of Siya Kolisi and his time at Grey.  The film was directed and produced by Old Grey's, Wesley Roodt and Steven Jones.


Grey Union supported the AlgoaFm Big Walk for Cancer on Saturday 4 November at The Boardwalk in Port Elizabeth.

Big Walk for Cancer

Siya Simanga, a Grade 12 student at Grey High School, and talented member of the Grey VOICES, has been invited to perform in the 2018 ARTS 2018 INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE, in Orlando, Florida, United States, in July 2018.  He will be performing in the singing category.   He will be attending a boot camp in January, where he has been requested to audition for acting, modelling and dancing as well.  This experience will bring participants and parents face to face with top industry professionals, and provide top level exposure.

Siya 2

Grey High School won the SANBS Peer Promotions Floating Trophy, for best performing school in the Nelson Mandela Metro in 2017. Grey has won it two years in a row.

BloodPeer trophy

Photo – Caleb Loyson and Ayathandwa Vikwa, who are the two boys in charge of Blood Peer Promoters at Grey.