We warmly welcome you to the HeronBridge College website, but more importantly to a great school that educates young South Africans with heart.
At HeronBridge College we are all about relationship. A great school builds healthy relationships with all stakeholders, parents, pupils and staff, to develop a united community caring of one another. Our specific aim is to partner with parents to offer the very best education for their precious children, with whom we are privileged to spend our days.
Our qualified, dedicated and professional teaching staff ensure that our academic offering is current and rigorous. Staff and pupils invest themselves fully and wholeheartedly on the sports field and within the cultural arena where we achieve a healthy balance between competition and participation.
We believe that all children are uniquely gifted and talented by God and as staff we seek to expose these talents in such a way so as to develop confident children with a realistic self-image. Our caring staff aim to educate children to achieve their personal best, while allowing them to face the challenges life places in their path, thereby glorifying God. We know these children are precious to you. They are also precious to us and even more precious to our awesome Creator.
Our motto, ‘Ad Integritatem’ means Towards Integrity and is founded on our sacred Christian faith and we endeavour to have that faith run deep within the fabric of our school. We strive to walk the talk as we all aim towards integrity.
We look forward to welcoming you to our HeronBridge College family in the future and we trust that we will soon be able to reveal our heart to you.
Tim Irving (TTHD0
2020 Pre-Prep Admissions
We still have a few places available for 2020. Please contact our Admissions Team to make an appointment to come through and visit the school. We look forward to introducing you to some of our exciting features and focal points within our beautiful campus.
While we do have Open Mornings every Tuesday at 09:00, we’re always available to meet with parents who aren’t able to make the Open Mornings.