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Eden College Durban



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Eden College is a caring, co-educational independent school that builds on a firmly established reputation of excellence spanning over 40 years. This leading secular school provides a unique and vibrant educational experience for students from grade 000 to grade 12. It offers a holistic curriculum that includes a wide range of set and optional subjects, sport and cultural pursuits.

Eden College Durban

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Latitude -29.8753° S 29.8753° S 29° 52' 31.08" -29° 52.518'
Longitude 30.9822° E 30.9822° E 30° 58' 55.92" 30° 58.932'
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84 Dan Pienaar Drive Glenmore
Durban
Kwazulu-Natal
South Africa
Phone No.
031 205 5392
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 31 205 5392

Fax No.
031 205 6704
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 31 205 6704

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