2017 High School Prefects




Waterstone College Golf Day


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Handing out blankets to the elderly at Boithuto community center in Jackson's Drift


Blood Drive

Thank you for making a difference


U7 boys Mondeor Tournament

U/7 boys braving the cold this morning at the Mondeor Tournament.

They managed 2nd Place on goals scored.



Banyana Banyana Practice at Waterstone College


Dr Kani visit

Dr Kani visited us this morning for the opening of the Prep School Hall.

What an awesome experience for our little ones.



Expo at Mall of the South

We will be doing an Expo at Mall of the South this weekend at entrance 5 opposite the Mugg & Bean.

Please pop in and visit us.



Netball Stars....

Khanyisile Goba and Sidney Coetzee have been selected to represent Gauteng .

Well done girls!



Dylan Bufton of Waterstone College has been called up to an Under 20 National Team training Camp. This camp is in preparation for the forthcoming African Youth Qualifier match against Namibian Under 20 Boys National to take place on the 21st May in Namibia. I would like to take this opportunity to wish him all the best and hope he will do the school proud and represent his country in this match. Well done Dylan!



Ascension day service


Waterstone College Matric farewell 2016






So much excitement at the Castle today... The fire truck came to visit


April 8 – April 10   Easter Sports Festival

program with the fixtures

Please come and support our teams at our Annual Sports Festival taking place next weekend (8-10 April)

1100 Athletes from various schools all over the country will be congregating on our fields to showcase their phenomenal talents in Soccer, Netball and Hockey. Your support would be greatly appreciated.


Waterstone College’s high school swimming team has improved and achieved impressive results.

The team came first at their inter-high swimming competition in 2015 in Division 2. They were bumped up to Division 1 this season and achieved a first place position at the inter-high swimming competition held at Saheti School on Tuesday, March 1.

According to Waterstone College spokesperson Shandene Hinkley. the team worked exceptionally hard despite a very rainy season, by practicing in their indoor heated pool.

Twenty-one swimmers came first in their events and qualified to compete at the Prestige Gala on March 8 where they excelled, obtaining four gold medals and four bronze medals.

This team has broken a total of 43 school records in one season. Thomas Woodhead obtained two gold medals for 50m backstroke and 50m butterfly, which is a Prestige Record at 30:22 seconds. Chanté Rademan obtained the two gold medals for 50m breaststroke and freestyle. The u.14 200m freestyle relay team took the bronze medal – Sharne Drysdale, Joshua Swanepoel, Leah White and Thomas Woodhead made up the team.

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WATERSTONE College learners marched around the perimeter of their school, in hopes of raising awareness of the issue of drugs and drug abuse.

Following the national campaign, held on Friday, March 18, the high school pupils, who all wore some form of red, were requested to pay R5 to the school, which will be donated to the Kholofelo Hope Centre (adconcerns.co.za)

Alcohol and Drug Concerns (ADC) is a passionate group, aimed at educating the youth on the dangers of drugs and substance use and abuse.

Operational head at Waterstone College, Matthew Ridgeway, said the issue of drug and alcohol abuse in families is not something that should be taken lightly.

“The school responded to the call made by the ADC to support the Red Friday campaign against drugs, and we are marching around the perimeter of the school, praying for peace and protection in our families and community,” he said.

The nationwide prayer, that began at 10am, saw people from all walks of life remembering those affected by drugs.

Pupils started the march on the school grounds, by observing a moment of silence. Thereafter they began the march around the school and were then dismissed for the end of term.

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Youth Hero Opens New Library

Work hard and you'll achieve, just keep going don't give up.
— Sheldon Spear, Youth Hero

After hearing about the Boithuto Community center at the Eikenhof Informal Settlement, Sheldon Spear (lead SA Youth Hero April 2015) decided he wanted to give the center a library where children from the surrounding areas and schools would be able to spend afternoons studying and reading.

In August 2015 Sheldon launched Need 2 Read after donating more than 2 500 books to the Lerato Learning Center in the same area.

Today, Sheldon and his tight knit support group made up of his mom,grandmother, and representatives of the Community Awaiting Training and Glenvista & New South, as well as Louisa, who runs the Boithuto Care Cente, launched for the very first time a library dedicated to the community of Eikenhof.

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Jessica Wade was selected as the number one tennis player for the SA Primary School Inter provincial that took place in Bloemfontein from 31 March to 3 April. Well done to Jessica who now is included in the SA Primary Schools Team.