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Diocesan College



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The Diocesan College, or Bishops as it is more commonly known, is an independent, all-boys school situated in the suburb of Rondebosch in Cape Town, South Africa. It consists of three schools: the College for grades 8 – 12 and post matric (an optional year following grade 12 which covers the A-levels); the Preparatory School for grades 3 – 7 and the Pre-Preparatory School for Pre-Kindergarten – grade 2. Established in 1849, it is the fifth-oldest existing school in Africa..

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Latitude -33.9639° S 33.9639° S 33° 57' 50.04" -33° 57.834'
Longitude 18.4813° E 18.4813° E 18° 28' 52.68" 18° 28.878'
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Rondebosch
Southern Suburbs
Western Cape
South Africa
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