Howick High School, located in the picturesque KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, in the village of Howick, is an English medium, co-educational High School.  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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Rampant Lion Report,
June 2018

A copy of the latest newsletter
reviewing term 2 is now available: 
Rampant Lion Report, June 2018



Friday, 19 October 2018
17:30 for 18:00
Howick High School Hall
R150 per person
Ticket bookings online via Webtickets


Monday, 25 June
Monday, 16 July 2018
Term 3 starts: 
Tuesday, 17 July 2018


29 June to 1 July 2018
at Howick High School
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Dear Howick High staff

My children attended Howick High in the 90's and I am always pleased to see that your pupils are well dressed,  polite and enthusiastic as they were then. Pride in their school is evident and I can only commend the staff for this. Your leadership is exemplary.

Kind regards,

Karen Selby
Past Parent
Thursday, 18 May 2017

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Just a quick thank you to everyone that made today's open day so informative and interesting. Your school is the first that we have visited in our journey to find the right school for our son, Samuel (currently Grade 6) and we came away from the morning with such a good feeling about Howick High. From the friendly and polite greetings from the prefects (and indeed all the pupils that we passed on our tour),  the principal's address, the tour of the classrooms and facilities, the lovely tea and refreshments provided and the sports input........... all so well done and reflective of a happy and positive environment for learners. We loved the fact that so many of the learners gave presentations and answered questions with confidence and obvious enjoyment. The science experiments were a hit, the  geography teacher so clearly passionate and inspiring, the "Where's Wally" hunt in the library fun for all, the history 'skits' a good way to illustrate the syllabus covered,  the beautiful art on display, the science quiz and real cow's lungs (!) interesting and presented so confidently....... just to name a few aspects that stood out for us. Thank you all! So much effort must have gone into the planning and preparing for the day and I think it was wonderful. Special thanks to the prefects that took us around the school too.

Kind regards,

Anna and David Prentice
(and Samuel)
1 February 2017




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