St. Cyprian's School, Cape Town
|St. Cyprian's School|
We train not for time, but for eternity. We teach not for school, but for life.
|Headmistress||Ms Sue Redelinghuys|
|Grades||0 - 12|
|Number of students||730 girls|
|School color(s)||Blue, White & Gold|
|Fees||R46 980 p.a. (boarding)
R42 940 p.a. (tuition)
St. Cyprian's School is a private boarding and day school for girls in Oranjezicht, Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. It is situated not far from Table Mountain and has a scenic view. The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group.
It was founded in 1871 by the Rt Revd Robert Gray (bishop of Cape Town) and has an Anglican foundation. The school practises its Anglican religion by having regular Eucharists, some Christian camps, chapel on some selected days and classes of Divinity. St Cyprian's girls involve themselves in charity work around Cape Town.
St Cyprian's is a member of the 'Round Square' international community of schools.
Its learners write the WCED exams.
|Grade 12 WCED Results||2007|
|Number of candidates||55|
|Pass Rate (%)||100|
|Merit Passes with Endorsements||45|
|Students in Top 3 in the WCED exams for History||1|
|Students in Top 3 in the WCED exams for Portuguese||1|
- The Most Reverend William West Jones D.D., Archbishop of Cape Town (1908). "Diocese of Cape Town". The Church of England Yearbook: The Official Year Book of the National Assembly of the Church of England. pp. 353–354.
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