Grey Kollege is in 1855 deur Sir George Grey gestig. Dit is die oudste skool noord van die Garieprivier, en die derde-oudste skool in Suid-Afrika. Grey streef daarna om elke Grey-seun met die nodige lewensvaardighede, kennis en ervaring toe te rus om in ‘n goed-gebalanseerde en suksesvolle volwassene te ontwikkel.
Grey College was founded by Sir George Grey in 1855. This is the oldest school north of the Gariep River, and the third-oldest school in South Africa. Grey College strives to equip every Grey boy with the life skills, knowledge and experience that will enable him to develop into a well-balanced, successful adult.
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Grey College is situated on 60 hectares of prime property on the western side of Bloemfontein. This tranquil environment is nevertheless close to the
The past week was an emotional one for many prospective parents and boys with the news that the application of their son has been
In 1855 Sir George Grey visited the Orange Free State while he was the governor of the Cape Colony. On 13 October 1855 he donated a sum of money towar
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Congratulations to the School Captains for 2015, Dawid Snyman (School Captain), Sentle Lehoko (Vice School captain:
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Grey College hosted the annual Grey ABSA tennis tournament from the 23-25 October.
8 of the top tennis schools in SA participated.
Agtien Grey-manne het verlede kwartaal aan die AMESA Wiskunde uitdaging deelgeneem.
Die afgelope week was 'n belangrike hoofstuk in die lewens van die graad 12-seuns gewees met belangrike afsluitingsfunksies
More than 600 Old Greys gathered from last Friday to celebrate Founders Day this past weekend at Grey College. It was a wonderful
During the past two weeks the school focused on its social responsibility towards the local community and reached out towards
Die jaarlikse Grey FNB Musiekfees het die afgelope naweek in die Sand du Plessis-teater plaasgevind en dit was verseker 'n
As the echo of the final whistle of the final match against Paul Roos Gymnasium from Stellenbosch disappeared into a cold