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Viljoensdrift, FEZILE DABI
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Vaal Christian School is a Section 21 private school established in 1988, and situated on the R716 Deneysville Road, on ESKOM’s old Vaal Power Station grounds, 22 Km from the Vaal Dam.
VCS offers academic education from grade R to grade 12. Class sizes are always kept to manageable sizes to ensure high levels of individual tuition. Aided by our highly motivated educators, the 2013 Matrics achieved a 97,4% pass rate.

Subject choice includes:

English, Afrikaans, Sotho, Accounting, Business Studies, CAT, Consumer Studies, Economics, History, Life Science, Life Orientation, Mathematics/ Maths Literacy, Physical Science.

We also offer hostel facilities for girls and boys, from grade 3 upwards, depending on the emotional maturity of the learner. Every hostel (8 in total) is managed by its own Hostel Parent (two in some cases), with Pastor Hlabangana as Hostel Manager.Postal Address: PO Box 2435 VEREENIGING 1930

Street Address: R716 Deneysville Road, Viljoensdrift 9580

Telephone nr: 016 457 2011

Independent Combined School, Specialising In Ordinary School. Local Municipality Is Metsimaholo Local Municipality Located In The District Of Fezile Dabi. CORNER QUARRY AND JABULA STREET,VAAL TOWNSHIP,VILJOENSDRIFT,1930
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