Howick High School, located in the picturesque KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, in the village of Howick, is an English medium, co-educational High School with a Christian ethos.  It is often said that the community spirit and wholesome values that our school instills in its learners, makes it a special place for young adults to be educated and developed into well-rounded, happy individuals.

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Upcoming Events

Open Day 2017

1 February 2017
08:00 - 12:30
Howick High School Hall
Email: marketing@howickhigh.co.za
Howick High School

Rugby vs Linpark

6 May 2017
Howick High School
09:00 - 11:00

50th Founders' Weekend

12 & 13 May 2017
Historic 'Crocodile Walk',             Assembly, Tea,
School Tour & Luncheon
Sport vs Treverton College,
Past Pupil Reunion
email marketing@howickhigh.co.za 
Click here for a full programme of events

Funk Dance Production

Howick High Dance Company will be participating on
12, 13, 15, 16 & 17 May 2017
Hexagon Theatre, Pietermaritzburg
R70 pp
To book tickets email:
Hexagon@ukzn.ac.za or tel. 033 260 5537


I am at last doing this! A few months ago the 1st rugby team were on a day's outing at Winklespruit Beach on the Upper South Coast. I just wanted to say how impressed I was with the way they were behaving, and the respectful way in which every boy who walked past me greeted me so politely. What a pleasure to see young people enjoying themselves like that. Wishing your school and your rugby team everything of the best for the future.

Maureen Pyke
Winkelspruit Resident



"It is with great delight that we have been advised that Andiswa Zuma (Grade 10 2017) has been successful in her application to be a Make A Difference Leadership Foundation scholarship scholar! From the initial selection process, she went for an Interview and aptitude tests held at Sibaya Hotel, and then was one of only eight KZN candidates invited back to Durban a second time. She was asked to make a 5 Minute Presentation on 'What she would do if she were President for a day, and how she would make this happen.' She only had three days to prepare for this during the December holidays. She travelled to Umhlanga Rocks to make this presentation, which I am told, she gave superbly. The selection committee were particularly moved by her thoughts on electricity and solar power, and the way she conducted herself. This is a real credit to your school and all the input she had received from so many teachers over the past two years. Please could you convey thanks and congratulations to each teacher involved in her progress to date - I am confident that she will be a great choice for the Foundation and that she will use her Leadership skills to benefit many."


          Sally Berriman 


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