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Tel: 021 852 1228
E-mail: application@pvallei.co.za

 

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Admissions Application procedure (click here)
Enquiry to: secretary@pvallei.co.za
Book Shop Oom Polla se winkel
Tel: (021) 887 7149
Fax: (021) 887 5571
E-mail: info@oompolla.co.za
Web: www.oompolla.co.za
Contact person: Renche Damon
Clothing Shop Contact number: 071 897 5257 / 083 459 9572
Contact Person(s): Hans and Terry Masche
Enquiry form - cutsew@mweb.co.za
PV_Uniform_Shop_Price_List_2017-2018.pdf
Communication Office comms@pvallei.co.za
Deputies Head of Academics: nduvenage@pvallei.co.za
Head of Discipline: amuller@pvallei.co.za
Finance office General - fin@pvallei.co.za
Debtors - debtors@pvallei.co.za

Bank Details:
Account name: Parel Vallei High School
Bank: ABSA
Account no: 2900141311
Account type: Cheque
Branch code: 632005

For the Trust click here.
Head of culture kultuur@pvallei.co.za
Head of sport sport@pvallei.co.za
Headmaster secretary@pvallei.co.za
Library Library hours: Monday – Thursday 10h00-15h30. 
bib@pvallei.co.za
To use facilities Astro - astro@pvallei.co.za
Sports Facilities - sport@pvallei.co.za

*Update your details (for parents): Should your details change, please inform the school in writing to: admin@pvallei.co.za



In 1997 we had a very important strategic session during which the staff, management and Governing Body plotted the future of our school.

After very meaningful discussions and deliberation, we came to the conclusion that we were entering a time of huge change. We were on the threshold of introducing OBE (Outcome Based Education) and realised that the one constant going into the future would be change!

We were very proud of our academic excellence and were working hard at bringing sport and culture up to the same level as the academics. Around the table we penned our Vision for the future: "EXCELLENCE IN A CHANGING WORLD"

Since those very important discussions we are very proud to be able to say that we really do achieve excellence in our ever changing environment.

Some 10 years ago my wife and I attended a stage production of the musical ‘Evita’ which depicted the life of Evita Peron, wife of the Past President of Argentina.
During the show, Evita says, in a very defiant moment: "I’m proud to be and Argentinian."

At school at the time, I was thinking about ways in which I could spark off some pride in the school. Although many of our pupils had tremendous talent, they were often lacking in confidence and were almost scared to show pride in themselves or their school. I took Evita’s words and entered our own name and got: "Proud to be a Parel Valleier". I motivated and encouraged pupils to buy into the concept of having pride in themselves and in what they do but without being arrogant.

We also started to use this slogan on the foot of all our outgoing mail and on our letterheads. Interestingly, some of the grade 8’s, when they answer the question in their little test about the motto of the school, say that, “Proud to be a Parel Valleier” is the school’s motto instead of the real motto "Sapientia et intellegentia."

Long may this slogan live in the hearts and minds of our learners and may they always be "Proud to be a Parel Valleier".

Ettienne Gouws
2013