Greenside High School
|Greenside High School|
|Motto||Individuality through community|
|Established||30 January 1961|
|Campus type||Government high school|
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|Maths and Maths Literacy||Compulsory|
|Computer Applications Technology||Elective|
|Engineering, Graphics, and Design (EGD)||Elective|
The school also offers an AP English course, which is taught mostly by the school's principal, Ms N. Whyte. An external company offers AP Maths as an additional subject at a cost to the student.
Greenside High School increased the size of its swimming pool in 2013/14. The main sport field is used for cricket, rugby, touch rugby, soccer, and athletics. Their hockey fields, which run adjacent to Parkview Golf Club, are mainly used for hockey, but have also been used for cricket, soccer and rugby. Greenside has four basketball courts which also double up as netball courts. There are eight tennis courts.
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Greenside's extra-curricular programmes include:
- Charity Club
- Dance (traditional and contemporary)
- Model United Nations (MUN)
- First aid
- Public speaking
- Soccer (boys and girls)
- Touch rugby
In 2017, students from the Greenside High School robotics team traveled to Costa Rica to take part in the Global Robotics Tournament. Greenside High School was the only public school from South Africa to represent the country in this tournament.
As of the 2017–2018 academic year, Mr J. D. Schoeman is the Master in charge of sport.
- James Small, rugby
- Claire Johnston, lead singer of Mango Groove
- Candîce Hillebrand, actress and singer-songwriter
- Trenton Birch, singer of Trenton and Free Radical
- Alistair Cragg, is an international track and field athlete
- Matthew Buckland is a Internet entrepreneur
- Ivan Stegic, Founder and CEO of TEN7, a US-based Drupal web development firm.
- "SA Rugby - Official Home of the Springboks". www.sarugby.co.za. Retrieved 2019-02-06.
- Anne (2005-11-27). "Boerewors Express - news for South African expats world-wide: For the Green, and winning Gold". Boerewors Express - news for South African expats world-wide. Retrieved 2019-02-06.
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