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Grade 8 - 12 Muizenberg High school students, please don't forget to do our survey. This survey is required by the Department of Education so that schools can ascertain the number of learners at our school that will be returning and if any have comorbidities or any other reason for remaining absent from school


Please note

The schoolwork provided by our educators during the lockdown can be found in our dropdown menu under academics or you can click on the following subject names: EnglishAfrikaansMathematics – AccountingPhysical ScienceLife Sciences – HistoryGeographyTourismHospitalityBusiness StudiesCATVisual ArtMusicGuidanceNatural ScienceEMSCreative ArtsLife Orientation

Dr Arendse from the Student Advice office – Stellenbosch University

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Winter school for Grade 12 Learners

The University of Pretoria’s recruitment program, Junior Tukkies, is launching an online preparation school for grade 12 learners in the subjects of Mathematics and Physical Sciences. The course will consist of pre-recorded videos, worksheets with memos and Saturday live sessions. The program will run between the beginning July and end of August, so a 2 month program.


The learners can click on the following link to the page containing the program: https://www.up.ac.za/juniortukkie/article/2713940/winter-school-for-grade-12-learners

OR the short link: https://bit.ly/preparation_school

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Important Notice

Please download the document below regarding Heritage day and updated procedures starting Monday 21 September 2020

Change in Bell Times

Grade 12 Information

Subject choice

Dear Grade Parent / Guardian


To assist you and your child  with the  gr10 subject choice decisions your child has received a blue booklet. Please read through this booklet with your child. To assist you and your child even further, you will find attached an informative brochure. The brochure is also available in the English Google classroom site.

You will apply online. Please click on the following link to complete and submit the online application form:




Submit the application form by Wednesday 16 September 2020.

Remember this subject choice for FET impacts on your child’s choice of tertiary studies and employment opportunities when he/she completes grade 12.


Good luck.

for more click below to download

subject choice 2020


Mrs Barnard

Dear Muizenberg High Matric Parents, Guardians and learners – 21 August 2020

Dear Muizenberg High Parents, Guardians and learners

Finally the day of return for Grade 8 and 9 learners has arrived!  The staff is looking forward to meet and welcome our Grades back!  We have prepared and even removed fixtures in all our labs to accommodate the learners in a safe 1-1.5 m social distancing space.  The SMTstill continued to review and develop COVID – 19 protocols, processes and procedures. A reminder that our decisions, in terms of behaviour and academics are based on 4 pillars: HEALTH AND SAFETY; CURRICULUM DELIVERY; BUILDING, DEVELOPING AND USING DIGITAL PLATFORMS AND TO EMBRACE CHANGE.


Please download full update below or go to The Principal’s desk

21 August 2020

Dear Grade 12 parents/ guardians

I have received queries and requests from parents who would like to keep their children at home, although the child does not suffer from comorbidities.  The minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga indicated in her media briefing that this issue will be under discussion and that the department will give clear guidance in this regard.

I have consulted with the WCED circuit manager and the recommendation is that should  you choose to keep your child at home, for any reason and want to make use of the google classrooms as a platform for learning and teaching, you may do so, until we receive a definite directive from the department.  This arrangement comes with the following conditions:

  1. You need to email me at ljacobsen@muizenberghigh.org.za to make an arrangement for your child to stay at home and receive their education on Google classrooms. You need to specify your reason for choosing to keep your child at home. Read more

School Counselor

Available at 0844551070 operative weekdays between 2pm and 8pm

Good morning Muizenberg High family (01 June 2020)

Receiving our matriculants back to school this morning was such an honour. I am please to report that we upheld all protocols, and the screening process went seamless. The matrics indicated that they were happy to be back at school and ready for teaching and learning. We could answer their questions and address their concerns. We have received a directive from WCED that schools are open and that we should ensure orientation is done, which we focused on today. The directive (dated 1 June2020) states that teaching and learning will continue as from today. We understand that certain sectors, such as bus services and train services are not fully operational and that some parents are very concerned about comorbidities within the household. Please continue to communicate these issues with myself at ljacobsen@muizenberghigh.org.za. I will investigate the way forward on each case as you present your concerns.

L.Jacobsen Principal

How to access Google Classroom

Dear Parents
An email address has been allocated to your son/daughter from Muizenberg High School created by
the IT department. This email is only for school purposes, the email address will be your son/daughter initial and surname followed by muizenberghigh.org.za (example.
ahendricks@muizenberghigh.org.za) the password will be Mbhs2020. Please don’t share your password or email address with anyone.
A code will be sent to that email provided, in order for your child to log into the google classroom created by their teacher.

Learner how to access Google classroom

Famous Education Quotes

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.

Nelson Mandela

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.

Martin Luther King.Jr

Once you stop learning you start dying.

Albert Einstein