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Bridge House School

Bridge House School is a private, coeducational day and boarding school founded in 1995. It is located in Franschhoek in the Berg River valley in the Western Cape, South Africa.

History

The school was started by parents in the area who desired a co-educational, English-medium, private school in the Boland. Lloyd Smuts was appointed head.

In January 1995 the 54 pupils who would start the year moved into an unused state school building in Simondium.

In 1997, Allan Graham was appointed head. Numbers grew significantly and on 25 April 1997, it was announced that the application for rezoning of the proposed premises near the Berg River bridge had been approved. The school moved to these premises in 1998.

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Academics

Bridge House school-leavers write the Independent Examinations Board exams.

IEB Results 2007

Number of candidates 32
Number of failures 0
University endorsement (%) 97
A aggregates (%) 43.8
A-B-C aggregates (%) 97
Subject distinctions 65
Number in top 50

Most leavers go on to attend South African universities such as the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University.

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