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St Cyprian's Grammar School



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St. Cyprian's Grammar School in Kimberley, South Africa, is a co-educational English-medium private school for Grades 1-12, attached to St Cyprian's Cathedral (Anglican Diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman, Anglican Church of Southern Africa). In its present form it opened its doors to 83 students on 21 January 2009.

St Cyprians Grammar School

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Latitude -28.7422° S 28.7422° S 28° 44' 31.92" -28° 44.532'
Longitude 24.7700° E 24.7700° E 24° 46' 12" 24° 46.2'
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Belgravia
Kimberley
Northern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
053 831 5066
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 53 831 5066

Fax No.
053 833 3436
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 53 833 3436

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