Bishops Preparatory School


Pre-Primary School Principal: Mr Greg Brown
Prep School Principal: Mr Greg Brown
High School Principal: Mr Tony Reeler
Head of School: Information not available
Contact Alison Cunnold
Tel: 021 659 7222
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Physical Address Fir Road Rondebosch Cape Town

About Bishops Preparatory School

At the foot of Table Mountain is without question South Africa's most beautiful city, Cape Town. Nestled under the mountain is Bishops, founded in 1849 by the newly consecrated Anglican Bishop, Robert Gray, a visionary deeply concerned with the state of public education. It is in pursuit of his vision and through a constant process of growth and  development that Bishop Gray's Diocesan College (better known as Bishops) has continued to flourish over the last century and a half. Today's Bishops embodies a rich history and tradition which has made it one of the leading independent schools in Southern Africa. We welcome boys from throughout South and Southern Africa, Africa and the world, as we believe that a diversity of backgrounds enriches us and widens our perspectives on life.  We are proud of the many achievements of our young men in their adult lives; of their exceptional contributions to academic, artistic, scientific, sporting, political and public life.  Many have risen to become prominent politicians, legendary sportsmen, corporate executives, acclaimed scientists and inspiring professionals - even one prominent OD who was an astronaut!




Detailed School Statistics

Suburb: Rondebosch
City/Town: Cape Town
Province: Western Cape
School Phase: Prep School
School Type: Boys
Boarding: Yes
Religious: Christian (Anglican)
Founding Year:
Number Of Terms: 4
Lowest Grade: Grade 3
Highest Grade: Grade 7
Administration Fee:
Lowest Tuition P/A: 0.00
Highest Tuition P/A: 0.00
Lowest Boarding Price P/A: 0.00
Highest Boarding Price P/A: 0.00
Number of Pupils: 374
Teacher/Pupil Ratio:

Associated schools

Bishops Pre-Preparatory School

Bishops (Diocesan College) Secondary

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