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Cornerstone College Secondary School



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Cornerstone College Secondary School

Cornerstone College Secondary School

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Latitude -25.7278° S 25.7278° S 25° 43' 40.08" -25° 43.668'
Longitude 28.2993° E 28.2993° E 28° 17' 57.48" 28° 17.958'
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Moreleta Street
Silverton
Pretoria
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
012 804 8350
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 804 8350

Fax No.
012 804 9170
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 12 804 9170

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Cornerstone College Secondary School has 2 comment/s

On 06 Jan 2011 Victoria Sithole said:
Afternoon, I need to enroll my son in your institution who is repeating grade 11. He is a christian, wise and humble, he got hooked up with wrong friends and he didn't make it. I need him to start afresh in a new environment this year and get involve in sports. He was studying at Pro art High is a art school and there is no sports. I looked at your webside and you values and I was impressed your school.

Thank you.
Cell: 0839946156

On 24 Aug 2011 Daniel said:
Hello Ma'am. This is not Cornerstone College's official website.

Please see :
www.cornerstonecollege.org.za

Email:
admin@corncol.co.za
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