King Edward VII School is one of the Top Public Schools in the country. Situated on a magnificent campus in the heart of Upper Houghton, Johannesburg, it consists of beautiful, old, traditional, National Monument buildings, complemented by state of the art sporting & cultural facilities. The School provides a holistic educational experience incorporating a highly relevant academic curriculum, a Cultural programme (including inter alia Dramatic Society, Public Speaking, Chess, Pipe Band & Debating) and a wide choice of sporting disciplines supported by professional coaching.

King Edward VII School is proud of its record of producing quality leaders in all spheres of endeavour for well over a century. This tradition continues today, and is epitomised by the outgoing Proteas Test captain Graeme Smith, who is a product of the School’s long history coupons of producing world-class captains and sportsmen.

Outside of the School’s sporting achievements, add the names of the great ‘captains’ in their respective disciplines- Sir Donald Gordon, William Kentridge (2010 Kyoto Prize winner), Justice Johann Kriegler, Justice Richard Goldstone, Sir Sydney Kentridge QC, Sir Sydney Lipworth QC, Gary Player, leading United Kingdom financier Sir Mark Weinberg, and Tony Bloom amongst others.


King Edward oarsmen off to Junior World Championships!

Congratulations to our King Edward VII School oarsmen, Damien Bonhage Koen, Chris Baxter in the Pair and Dean Geldhof in the coxed four for selection to the Junior World Squads announced on the 16 May. The Junior World Championships will take place in Racice, Czech Republic, from the 9th to the 12 August 2018. Exceptional […].....


Red Pipe Band 2nd Overall at Jeppe Gathering!

King Edward VII School Pipe Band took part in the annual and prestigious Jeppe Gathering over the weekend, 12-13 May. The Band did not disappoint with excellent results produced, top class competition experienced...