Rustenburg Educational College Private Secondary School and Boarding is a Private Secondary School established in 1992 and registered with the Department of Education. Educating learners, grade 8 to 12, in a classroom environment of only 25 learners per class. Providing relevant, meaningful and challenging education and staying ahead of educational development.
REC also implemented the E-Books integrated tablet learning system during 2014.
The school is situated in the tranquil country surroundings of the Olifantsnek Dam and we offer superb hostel facilities to our students. These facilities include three well balanced meals daily, laundry services, internet access, 24 hours strict supervision, controlled study sessions by resident teachers and much more.
A Football Development Academy in Partnership with Mamelodi Sundowns is also based at the school.
We value the richness of our cultural diversity, to instill through example a high standard of ethics and integrity.
We lead the way to greater knowledge through professional education of international standard. Become part of this unique enterprise on the banks of the Olifantsnek Dam.
Lead the way to greater knowledge through professional education on a high standard.
We strive to produce responsible and balanced citizens who can cope in the adult world.
Educating learners in a classroom environment of only twenty five (25) learners per class.
Providing relevant, meaningful and challenging education and staying ahead of education development.
* To instil through example a high standard of ethics and integrity.
* We value the richness of our cultural diversity.
4-6 boarders per en-suite room
24 hour strict supervision
24 hours armed response security
Controlled study hours by qualified educators
Three nutritional balanced meals per day
Weekly laundry included
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The South African Schools Act (SASA) of 1996 established a national schooling system and recognised two categories of schools: public and independent. Public schools are state controlled and independent schools are privately governed. All private schools were included into the independent school category.