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General Smuts High School



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General Smuts High School

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Latitude -26.6726° S 26.6726° S 26° 40' 21.36" -26° 40.356'
Longitude 27.9186° E 27.9186° E 27° 55' 6.96" 27° 55.116'
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Cnr Van Riebeeck Street & Beaconsfield Avenue
Vereeniging
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
016 421 4130
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 16 421 4130

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No fax number available

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General Smuts High School has 4 comment/s

On 27 Oct 2011 rhue said:
Please sent me all the details that is needed and the school fees for a grade 8 pupil for next year.My email address is-rhuem@yahoo.com Thank you

On 05 Jan 2012 Rebecca Ditse said:
owuld to get info regarding how to register a child at your school.
My son will be doing Grade 8 this year and I was thinking to get him in at your school for 2013.

On 27 Feb 2012 Martha said:
Kindly assist me with the following info, how do you group your student? I.e you have grade 8 a,b,c,d etc does this mean 8a is for smarter student and grade 8d is for average student? Please email your response to mabitsela.r@gmail.com. thank you

On 26 Jul 2012 Lettie said:
Please send me the requirements for registration for new pupils for grade 8 and also the fees.

Thank you
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