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An unusual day occurred on 23 January 1998 when 8 volunteers from the American Peace Corps visited our school. We also had the further distinction of being blessed with eight sets of twins in our school, ranging in age from 7 to 13 years. Their picture and an article appeared… Continue reading
The New Democratic Republic of South Africa Only months after taking up office, Frederik Willem de Klerk rang in the end of Apartheid in an historic speech in Parliament in February 1990, and declared himself in favour of a democratic South Africa. The ANC was unbanned. Some days later, Nelson… Continue reading
As the school hall was being used as a polling station for the general elections in April 1994 it was decided to close the school during this time. Time was worked in for days “lost”. 10 May was declared a public holiday in order to celebrate the inauguration of Nelson… Continue reading
Mr W J Berg (Headmaster 1969 – 1975) was instrumental in having our . In June 1975 an application was made to the Director of Education to have the school declared a National Monument. A full history of the school was compiled by a Mr Myburgh and a Mr Gas…. Continue reading
Hamilton School Timeline World Events History of Hamilton Start of the Second Anglo-Boer War Hamilton School building completed School reopened after being used as a hospital during the Anglo-Boer War Man conquers the sky The World at War Present name Hamilton School adopted Germany establish the world’s first television… Continue reading