Adventure Club

Life is a blank canvas, and you need to throw all the paint on it you can.”
Danny Kaye

Colour in your life by joining our adventure club with its many challenges that you can participate in. Although we try to accommodate as many learners as possible, permits and transportation might result in numbers being limited.

The staff member responsible for each activity is indicated below.


The Kloofing weekends are held in January and again in October with activities ranging from hiking, swimming, cliff jumping and rock sliding in the Magaliesberg region.

Contact: Mr Malcolm Dunkeld

Mont-aux-Sources Challenge

The Mont-aux-Sources Challenge takes place over the long weekend at the end of April to experience the beauty of the Ukhahlamba World Heritage Site and summit Mont-aux-Sources. This expedition requires a high level of fitness and involves exposed heights with high altitude hiking.

Contact: Mr Malcolm Dunkeld


Scuba diving is an annual activity organised in conjunction with Flippers to Fins, a licensed Scuba academy. The diving course starts in February and ends with a tour during the June/July holidays.

Contact: Ms Michelle van Niekerk

Conquer the Orange River

The Orange river rafting expeditions take place in the September school holidays where learners paddle down the Orange river in the Northern Cape, over a four-day period on inflatable boats called “Crocs”.

Contact: Mr Johan Weideman

Polar Bear

The Polar Bear swim is a challenge to swim 100 m at 06:00 on the last day of the second term in the freezing winter temperatures in our own swimming pool here at the College.

Contact: Mr John Acres