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ISASA: Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa, is the largest, oldest and most inclusive independent schools association. Private schools referred to as independent schools.
Private Schools have a strong values base, providing sound discipline, where pupils learn the importance of hard work, personal responsibility, self discipline and shared standards.

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Welcome to Private-Schools.co.za – Looking for a Private School in South Africa? You are on the right site. Browse by Province below or Search for an Independent School by name.
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St David's Marist Inanda

St David's Marist Inanda

School Type: Boys Since 1941, St David's Marist Inanda, has been a place of both teaching and learning; a place...
04/24/2013
Johannesburg

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Gauteng
Kearsney College

Kearsney College

School Type: Boys Kearsney College has a long and proud tradition, offering the finest educational and sporting facilities with progressive...
04/24/2013
Between DBN and PMB

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KwaZulu-Natal
Bishops (Diocesan College)

Bishops (Diocesan College)

School Type: Boys Diocesan College, or Bishops as it is known locally and internationally, is an open and independent school...
04/24/2013
Cape Town

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Western Cape
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Private Schools

Which are better? Private schools or public schools? How do they compare? It’s a question parents ask often as they consider sending their children to school.

Public schools or private schools? Its not that easy, there are no clear-cut answers or conclusions. Public schools have their advantages and disadvantages. Private schools offer an alternative. Which works best for you? That’s the real question that you have to answer.
Paying a premium on education should guarantee excellent performance, and students at these institutions should outperform their peers.
In most cases, students from top public schools perform just as well as their peers from prestigious independent schools.

Some question to keep in mind:
• How are discipline issues handled?
• How are students placed in classes?
• What extracurricular activities are offered?
• How are discipline issues handled?
• What is the school’s student-to-teacher ratio?
• Is your child’s education a rands and cents decision, or are there other factors at play in your decision?

What are the things that are important to you, and what are your priorities.

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