Independent Examinations Board

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Independent Examinations Board

The Independent Examinations Board, or IEB, is a South African independent assessment agency which offers examinations for various client schools, mostly private schools. It is most prominent in setting examinations for the school-leaving National Senior Certificate, or NSC (which replaced the Senior Certificate and Further Education and Training Certificate) for its client schools. See High school: South Africa; Matriculation in South Africa.

Students with excellent IEB results have been accepted to Ivy League and Oxbridge institutions without providing further requirements such as A-levels. (SATs (or ACTs) are required for all major U.S. universities - the IEB NSC does not exempt students from this requirement.)

Schools that write IEB exams[edit]

Free State[edit]

  • Christian Brothers' College, St Joseph's – Bloemfontein
  • Harriston School, Harrismith
  • St. Andrew's, Welkom
  • St Dominic's College – Welkom
  • St. Peter Claver High School, Kroonstad
  • Curro Bloemfontein

Western Cape[edit]

Eastern Cape[edit]




North West[edit]

  • Lebone II College of The Royal Bafokeng[3]
  • Curro Klerksdorp
  • Selly Park High School
  • Kitsong Independent High School of The Royal Bafokengg

Northern Cape[edit]


  • Curro Heuwelkruin, Polokwane
  • Eagles Nest Christian School, Polokwane
  • Jabez Christian Academy, Polokwane
  • Khanyisa Education Centre
  • Maseala Progressive, Polokwane
  • Mitchell House, Polokwane
  • Pepps College, Polokwane
  • Southern Cross Schools, Hoedspruit
  • Stanford Lake College, Haenertsburg
  • The King's Court Christian School, Modjadjiskloof
  • Waterberg Academy, Vaalwater
  • Mokopane English Combined School, Mokopane
  • Kingfisher Private School, Phalaborwa



  • Trichardt School for Christian Education


  1. ^ "Schools that write the IEB ::: IEB - Assessment Matters". Retrieved 2016-01-11.
  2. ^ "Tyger Valley College Information Brochure" (PDF). Tyger Valley College. Tyger Valley College.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Lebone II College of The Royal Bafokeng

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