FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do we have a boarding school?
Do you have to be a Christian to attend Knights?
Do you offer remedial classes for special education?
We offer Bridging classes from Grade 0-7. Click here for Bridging information.
What school terms do you follow?
We follow the Independent Schools’ Calendar which is 3 terms a year.
Are your teachers qualified?
All our teachers are registered with SACE (South African Council of Educators) which is required by law. This is an accreditation board that ensures the qualifications of teachers in the country are correct.
What grades do you offer?
Grade 0000 (2 years) through to Grade 7 as well as Bridging classes from Grade 0-7. Our Grade 7 students have automatic entrance into HeronBridge College and a bus service is provided between Knights and HeronBridge daily.
How do our academic standards compare to other schools?
We cover the same ISASA syllabus that all private schools offer and our ISASA Benchmark results are always above average. We have always been very proud of our students’ academic achievements. Our children are sought after for scholarships at various High Schools.
Do I have to stay in the area for my children to attend Knights?
Do you offer transport services?
We offer a bus service between Bel Air Mall (Northriding), Douglasdale and Boskruin centres and Knights in the mornings and afternoons (no stops in between). We can also provide a list of reputable transport companies utilised by many of our parents.
How old is your school?
We were established in 1986 as the Rhema Christian School situated on the Rhema property in Randburg. In 2007 we changed our name to Knights Preparatory School.
Where are you situated?
Knights Preparatory School is in Milner Road, Kensington B, Randburg, just off Bram Fischer Road.
Do you offer scholarships or bursaries?
We award in-house scholarships to top academic achievers in Grade 4, 5 and 6 and to top sport achievers (provincial accreditation). Please enquire regarding bursaries.
Find out how we equip our children to be life-long learners.
Shop No 11. Trinity Village, Knoppiesdoring Streets off Beyers Naude Drive.
We offer a variety of extra mural & cultural activities.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”.
A mentoring programme where our teachers and learners creatively explore vital life skills and more.
SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL & SPIRITUAL GROWTH
Growing in God.
Our Bridging centre caters for all learners no matter their need.
Board of Directors
The Role of the Board of Directors