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2022 Applications

Limited Space Available for next year.  All welcome. 

Please contact us on 021 704 2786 or email admin@juniorcollege.co.za for more information

Admission Policy


Prospective parents or guardians of learners have to avail themselves to be interviewed by the principal before an application may be processed/accepted.

Assessments are compulsory and conducted for all enrolments for Grade 1 to 7. A fee is charged for this assessment.

If a learner is currently enrolled for Grade R a new application and registration fee is required for admission and acceptance to Grade 1.

In order for an application to be successful, the school contract needs to be completed and enrolment fees to be paid in full and the requested documents need to be submitted in full.

Parents need to sign a declaration that they agree with all policies and accept the contract and term and conditions.

If a learner is transferring in from another school, we require a transfer form, copy of latest report and any important documents that are required.

Parents of learners that are enrolled in Pre-grade R, grade R as well as grade 3 to 7 will each year be invited to register learners for the following year in which the learners will be progressing to. The Management’s decision will be final as to which parents will be invited to re-apply.

Learners that are not making sufficient progress may be referred to a special needs school that may be in a better position to assist with their special needs. 

Junior College

New Applications

A non-refundable admission fee will be required to secure a place for a learner. The first month school fees is due before the child is admitted into the class. Fees for the subsequent months may be paid in accordance with the monthly schedule.

  • Assessment fee: R200.00
  • Admission fee: R2 500.00

Please Note: Unsuccessful applications are placed on a waiting list and should vacancies arise they will be filled according to first come first served basis.

New Applications

Our Promise

  • Not to discriminate against any child.
  • Keep our classrooms reasonably small.
  • Give individual attention to any problem areas your child may experience.
  • Teach good social moral values.
  • Deliver work of a high standard.

FEES STRUCTURE

 

Pre-Primary

Monthly (over 10 months)
R2 530.00

Annual Fee
R25 300.00

Breach of contract:
3 months school fees

Speech & Drama, Xhosa, Religious Instruction/Islamic Studies, Physical Education Levy and Computer Classes (Grade R)

Stationery/Text books
Differs per grade

Deposit
R 800

Maintenance fee:
R 800 per family (due 31 March 2022)

Administration fee:
R 130 (costs of time following up)

Reconciliation of accounts:
R 140 per hour

Primary (Grade 1 – 7)

Monthly (over 10 months)
R3 100.00

Annual Fee
R31 000.00

Breach of contract:
3 months school fees

Speech & Drama, Xhosa, Religious Instruction/Islamic Studies, Physical Education Levy, Information Technology and Access to Library

Stationery/Text books
Differs per grade

Deposit
R1 500

Maintenance fee:
R 800 per family (due 31 March 2022)

Administration fee:
R 130 (costs of time following up)

Reconciliation of accounts:
R 140 per hour

Multi-Grade

Monthly (over 10 months)
R4 430.00

Annual Fee
R44 300.00

Breach of contract:
3 months school fees

Speech & Drama, Xhosa, Religious Instruction/Islamic Studies, Physical Education Levy, Information Technology and Access to Library

Stationery/Text books
Differs per grade

Maintenance fee:
R 800 per family (due 31 March 2022)

Administration fee:
R 130 (costs of time following up)

Reconciliation of accounts:
R 140 per hour

Intervention

1 Subject
R650 (2021)
R690 (2022)

2 Subjects
R750 (2021)
R790 (2022)

3 Subjects
R1260 (2021)
R1300 (2022)

After-Care

Until 3pm
R1100 (2021)
R1160 (2022)

Until 5pm
R1675 (2021)
R1760 (2022)

Uniform

School and sport uniform regulations are adhered to at all times.

Learners should take pride in their appearance.

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Extra Mural Activities

Lets Talk
Catrobatz Kids
Pottery Classes
Zumba / Dancing
Arts and Crafts
Ball Skills
Table Tennis
Chess

Curriculum

Junior College adheres to the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). The curriculum consists of Home Language (English), First Additional Language (Afrikaans), Mathematics and Life Skills.

 

Other Subjects that we offer:

  • Xhosa (2nd Additional Language)
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Science
  • Social Science
  • Geography
  • Economic Management Science
  • Arts and Culture
  • Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Physical Education
  • Islamic Studies (Fiqh, Tawhid, Moral Training, History and Arabic)
  • Bible Studies

Reports

Reports are sent home to parents at the end of each term and regular parent teaching meetings take place throughout the academic year.

 

Remedial classes

This service is available to learners at an additional cost. The child’s educator will contact parents to recommend this intervention should it be deemed necessary.

 

Library

All learners attend our Library once a week and this entitles them to make a choice of book that interests them and take it home for a period of one week.

 

Computer / Information Technology

Our computer lab offers programmes that focus on perpetual, mathematics, problem solving and language skills. We emphasise the use of educational programmes to consolidate and extend the skills and concepts that are taught in the classroom.

How to Register your child at Junior College

To complete an application for Junior College we require the following:

1

First Step

  • We invite all prospective parents to attend an interview and tour of our school. Prospective parents will be given an opportunity to experience a diverse culture of learning and well-equipped facilities. Parents are welcome to phone for an appointment.
  • Application forms need to be completed at the office. Completed forms must be submitted to the administrative office accompanied by the admission fee.
  • Admission tests: There is an admission test for applications for Grade 1 – 7. Both parents need to come to school with their child on the appointed day, and decisions on admission will be made based on interactions with the child. The decision of the principal will be non-negotiable and binding.
2

Second Step

To complete the application, the following documentation must be submitted. 
(Please provide the following documents while registering your child)

  • Completed and signed application form.
  • A Copy of birth certificate
  • A copy of both parent’s ID’s
  • A copy of proof of address
  • A copy of proof of earnings of both parents (salary slips or 3-month bank statements)
  • Two ID size photographs of the child
  • One ID size photograph of both parents/guardian
  • Photocopy of the previous year’s or latest progress report