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  • Supporter Spotlight – Wild Women on the Run
    Wild Women on the Run have just completed their latest 70km running adventure to raise funds for women lead charities including African Angels Independent school
  • From the Principal’s Desk
    It’s our tenth year of operation and we’re aiming to set up new traditions for the future.  One of these is an adventure camp for the Grade 7’s at Hobbiton on Hogsback where they use the outdoors and adventure activities to teach the children resilience, leadership and teamwork skills.
  • Guardian African Angels – Update
    Huge opportunities are opened for the children of Chintsa East when they are able to get a good quality primary school education.
  • Global Giving – Little by Little feedback
    matching campaign. Your acts of kindness combine to have an extra BIG impact!
  • Keeping education going during load shedding
    Thanks to the donor who sponsors our IXL online learning programme for ensuring that this learning continues even during loadshedding. They funded an Inverter and solar panels to power the School’s Wi-Fi.
  • Supporter Spotlight – Allan Gray Orbis Foundation
    Read how the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is creating opportunities our Highs School graduates with their financial and academic support and entrepreneurial training.

How it all began

In December 2003 an Australian traveler, Lou Billett, arrived at Buccaneers Backpackers in Chintsa, a small seaside village on the Eastern Cape of South Africa, and fell in love…

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