On 21 July, Epworth officially opened its new multi-purpose centre, which was completed earlier in the year. High School pupils, Grade 7 pupils, staff, parents and members of the Board and Trust attended this auspicious occasion. Honorary Life Trustee, Mr Lance Hackney, officially opened the new building and unveiled the plaque. This event was the… Read more
Epworth was top of the pile when the De Beers English Olympiad announced its top 20 winners for 2017 at an intimate function held at the Settlers Monument in Grahamstown during the National Schools’ Festival. Not only was Epworth Grade 11 pupil Shraya Moodley placed first, but Catherine Bloy and Jessica Freedman achieved 15th and… Read more
An inspiring and uplifting concert, Songs of the Rose, featured the Epworth High School Choir and Cantabile Choir with a number of Epworth instrumentalists, performing alongside Christopher Duigan, various Epworth staff and professional players. At the heart of the programme was a sacred cantata entitled Mother of God by Stephen Carletti. This eight-piece movement, which… Read more
Epworth once again proved their mettle on the cross-country front by winning both the junior and senior sections of the 2017 Midlands Cross-Country League. This will be Epworth’s fifth consecutive win in the senior league. Epworth also claimed victory in both the junior and senior relay races, which rounded off the cross-country season.
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Epworth clinched their 28th KZN Inter-schools’ squash title by narrowly defeating St John’s DSG 3-2 in the final match. It came down to the wire when the two teams were two all in matches with the last match between Epworth’s Olivia Langford and Amy Karlsen tied at two all in games. Olivia produced some excellent… Read more
For the 12th consecutive year, Epworth won the SA Schools’ Canoe Sprint Championships that were held at Buffelsjag Dam in the Western Cape. Amy Peckett, Lizanne Conradie and Cayleigh Shaw excelled in their respective events, winning the title for Epworth. Amy and Lizanne achieved gold and silver medals, respectively, and they both received victrix ludorum… Read more
Professionals from Mahle, a German engineering company based in New Germany, exposed the Grade 10, 11 and 12’s to the different career options in engineering and highlighted the bursary opportunities the company extends to young women. This is part of an Epworth Foundation initiative aimed at corporate collaboration for the benefit of Epworth’s scholoarship programme…. Read more
Prep and High School pupils celebrated Epworth’s Double Decade Gold award, which recognises the school for being a member of the WESSA Eco-Schools’ programme for 14 years. The programme is a valuable curriculum framework for schools to work toward sustainable development goals. Launched in South Africa in 2003, the programme has grown to include over… Read more
Epworth teamed up with Hilton College to produce a stunning performance of Bertolt Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle in a new translation by award-winning playwright Alistair Beaton. Described as “one of the greatest plays of the last century”, the play tackled fundamental questions of human nature, social justice, law and lawlessness, love in revolutionary times… Read more