Immaculata High School

About our School

Immaculata was founded in January 1947, out of a need to provide Catholic high school education for the students graduating from St Augustine's primary school in Wittebome.  It was founded and managed by Dominican sisters, and to this day still carries a strong Dominican influence and Christian ethos.  Sr Henrietta Riordan was the first principal.  The school received its namesake after the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

Although originally a co-ed school, Immaculata became a girls only school when it was recommended by the General of the Domincan Order in Ireland that the genders be taught separately.  

 

The student body now comprises of 520 students and 21 educators. Subjects offered include: English, Afrikaans (FAL), isiXhosa (FAL), Mathematics, Maths Literacy, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Tourism, Business Studies,

Accounting and Computer Applications Technology.

 

Immaculata excels in music and drama, and has won many accolades.

 

Immaculata aspires to provide a learning environment in which their students are encouraged and empowered to become Women of Worth.

Contact Information 

 

Principal: Yolanda Haupt

 

Phone: 021 761 1930

Fax: 021 797 8711

Email: immaculatarchs@gmail.com

Website: none

Physical address: Clare Rd, Wynberg, Western Cape, 7800, South Africa

Postal address: P.O. Box 18417, Wynberg, Cape Town, 7824

Grades: High-School (8-12)

Enrolment: Girls only

Boarding: No

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Postal and Street Address

4 Clare Road

Wynberg

7800

Telephone:  +27 (0)21 761 6541

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Fax: +27 (0)86730 4954 

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The Cape Town Catholic Schools’ Office serves 38 schools in the Archdiocese of Cape Town as well as the Diocese of Oudtshoorn. Our network is comprised of a variety of different types of schools.  The vast majority of our schools are primary public schools on private property (PSPP’s).  We also have six secondary schools, a number of independent schools and schools that cater for children with disabilities. 

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