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Kenneth Masekela Secondary School is a Public Secondary in Springs Kwa – Thema Springs in Gauteng, South Africa.

About Kenneth Masekela Secondary School Springs

Welcome to the esteemed Kenneth Masekela Secondary School, an integral pillar of the educational landscape in the vibrant community of Springs. Kenneth Masekela Secondary School is a bustling hub of intellectual growth and development for 662 number of learners. These bright minds are guided, mentored, and nurtured by our dedicated faculty of 20 teachers. Kenneth Masekela Secondary School is proud to operate under the aegis of the Gauteng East Education District, which serves as a beacon of educational excellence in the Gauteng region. Kenneth Masekela Secondary School is committed to fostering an environment conducive to learning, growth, and advancement for all our students.

Facts:

  • Number of Learners: 662
  • Number of Teachers: 20
  • Education District: Gauteng East
  • Sector: Public School

Fees

The fees for public schools in South Africa can vary greatly depending on a number of factors including the specific school, the area, and the level of funding that the school receives from the government.

In South Africa, schools are categorized as either “fee-paying” or “no-fee” schools. “No-fee” schools are public schools that receive more funding from the government and do not charge school fees. These are typically in less affluent areas. “Fee-paying” schools, on the other hand, receive less funding from the government and charge school fees to cover the costs of providing education.

For fee-paying schools, the school governing body, which is made up of parents and staff, determines the school fees. These can range from a few thousand to several tens of thousands of South African rands per year. For example, in some cases, primary school fees might be around R1,000 to R5,000 per year, while high school fees could be R10,000 to R50,000 per year or even more. Again, these numbers can vary greatly and are only estimates.

In addition, there are also provisions in South African law to provide exemptions or reductions in school fees for parents who are unable to afford them. This is based on the combined annual income of the parents.

Uniform

Please contact the school regarding the latest updates on school uniform.

Kenneth Masekela Secondary School Subjects

The South African secondary school curriculum, known as the Further Education and Training phase, includes compulsory subjects as well as a choice of optional subjects. The National Senior Certificate is awarded at the end of Grade 12. Here’s an outline of subjects typically offered in South African secondary schools:

Compulsory Subjects:

Home Language: This is typically the student’s first language. It can be any of the 11 official languages of South Africa.
First Additional Language: This is a second language, and it can also be any of the 11 official languages.
Life Orientation: This subject teaches social, personal, intellectual, emotional, and physical life skills.
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy: Mathematics covers more complex mathematical concepts, while Mathematical Literacy provides basic mathematical skills for everyday life.
Optional Subjects (students usually select three of these):

Humanities:

History
Geography
Religion Studies
Music
Visual Arts
Dramatic Arts
Languages (Third Additional)
Business, Commerce, and Management Studies:
8. Business Studies

Economics
Accounting
Physical, Mathematical, Computer, and Life Sciences:
11. Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry)

Life Sciences (Biology)
Computer Applications Technology
Information Technology
Technical Subjects:
15. Engineering Graphics and Design

Civil Technology
Electrical Technology
Mechanical Technology
Services Subjects:
19. Consumer Studies

Hospitality Studies
Tourism
Agricultural Sciences:
22. Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Technology
Agricultural Management Practices
Please note that the availability of optional subjects may vary from school to school. It’s important for students to select their subjects based on their interests, strengths, and future career plans.

Contact Details

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  • Physical Address: 0117363767
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