Category: Glenwood High School


23 Glenwood High School learners participated in the Life Sciences (Biology) Olympiad held on 15 March 2018 for the first time in a few years. Glenwood’s results placed the School ninth in the country and second in KZN. Four boys achieved Bronze status, Keanu Naicker, Luschen Govender and Kennedy Labani (Grade 12) and Sankalp Katiyar (Grade 10). Three boys achieved Silver status, Bryan Pather, Lathaniel Pillay and Daniel Seppings (Grade 12). One boy achieved Gold status, Ronan Theunissen (Grade 12). Ronan placed sixth in the country and first in the province for his results in the Olympiad. Top image: receiving...

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Glenwood High School Coca-Cola South African U/19 Cricket squad

Thamsanqa Kumalo (KwaZulu-Natal Dolphins), currently in Grade 12 at Glenwood High School in Durban, has been selected as part of the Coca-Cola South African U/19 Cricket squad. The team will tour England in July 2018. The tour will include two four-day Youth Test matches and three Youth One-Day Internationals from 08-29 July 2018. The squad was picked after a national camp was held over the past weekend at the CSA Centre of Excellence in Pretoria where 27 cricketers were invited to play in front of selectors and national scouts. Convenor of selectors, Victor Mpitsang believes they have made the...

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Glenwood High School film talk

Glenwood Old Boy Mqondisi ‘MQ’ Ngubane spoke to the boys during assembly last week. MQ is an award winning television commercials director, documentary director and film director. To date, his signature ‘PERFORMANCE AND LOOK AND FEEL’ touch can be seen in television commercials, films and music videos. Over the last couple of years, Mq has been the preferred high end television commercial director for local and international commercials such as Daily Sun, Newstart, Lovelife, First National Bank, Department Of Justice, Pick N Pay, Mascom (international), PICK N PAY’S Finish, Didata, SABC, Old Mutual, SABC, Freshpak Rooibos to name a...

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Glenwood – Craven week and Grant Khomo

The following boys from Glenwood High School have been selected for Craven Week and Grant Khomo: SHARKS u/18 CRAVEN WEEK: Dylan Pretorius, George Luzolu, Jordan Clarke, Jaden Hendrikse, Joe Jonas, Jean Roux, Lunga, Runako, Rynhardt Jonker, Ruan Olivier, Siyanda Cele, T Mdletshe SHARKS u/18 ACADEMY WEEK: Blaine Golden, Lindokuhle Luthuli, Werner Coetzee u/16 KZN GRANT KHOMO: Henk Gouws, Matthew Halstead, Nico Steyn, Sikholise Nanto Non-Travelling Reserves: Etienne Clausen, Ivan Walker, Kaleb...

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Rugby: Glenwood High VS Durban High School

On Saturday it was time for the much anticipated Derby between Glenwood High School and Durban High School (DHS), arguably the most important fixture on the Glenwood calendar. Glenwood played 12 away games and it was great to play with a full-house Green Machine support. It was also the first time that the Green Machine had the privilege to play on their beloved Dixons. The game coincided with Glenwood’s Old Boys weekend, which given the nature of this fixture, added an incredible hype to this match. The match started out fiercely, with both teams trying to get over the...

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The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. – Numbers 6:24-25

 My siblings and I were not perfect kids. But my parents never focused on our weakneses or on the problems.

They always focused on the the solutions. They constantly told us we were the best kids in the world. And we grew up secure, knowing not only that our parents love each other, but they also loved us and believed the best in us. They were going to stand behind us through thick and thin.

If you want to bless your children, start declaring God’s goodness in their lives. Start boldly declaring, “God’s face is smiling toward you, and He longs to be good to you. I declare that you are blessed with with an obedient heart, with success, with supernatural wisdom, and you have clear direction for your life.”