|A typical school day||A typical weekend day|
|07:00 – 08:00|
Breakfast served in the boarding kitchen
|08:00 – 09:00|
Early Bird breakfast is available in the boarding kitchen
|08:00 – 15:20|
Classes, breaks, lunch at the Cafeteria
|11:00 – 12:00|
Family brunch served in the boarding kitchen
|15:30 – 17:00|
ASAs (boarding students will be required to have 2 ASAs per week, excluding Grade 12 students who can opt out to focus on their assessments)
|12:00 – 18:00|
Free time and/or Boarding Activities (times and dates according to the House Weekend Programmes)
|17:00 – 17:30|
|18:00 – 19:00|
Dinner served in the boarding kitchen
|17:30 – 19:00|
|19:00 – 23:00|
Free-time or boarding activities**
|19:15 – 19:45|
Dinner (all students will be required at dinner together to improve the community feel)
|19:45 – 22:00|
Community time and free-time**
|22:00 – 23:00|
Electronic turn-in/lights out**
* Study Hall is mandatory for all students; those in Grades 11 and 12 can, subject to success criteria being met and or exceeded, once a week, decide to take study hall later in the evening.
** These times are staggered for the different grade levels.
Cleaning and Laundry
All boarding rooms receive a basic cleaning every other day, and a thorough cleaning during all holidays. Towels and bed linens are provided and washed by the housekeeping team. School uniforms are also collected weekly and washed by housekeeping.
All responsibilities and duties are designed to help students develop confidence and independence. Boarding staff assist students with any tasks whenever necessary.
Student responsibilities and duties
- Kitchen Duty: Every student is assigned one kitchen duty per week. On this day they are responsible for assisting in preparing and cleaning the boarding kitchen for meals.
- Personal laundry: Students take care of washing, drying and ironing their personal laundry (all non-uniform items).
- House Representatives: In each boarding house students elect a House Representative (HR) and a Deputy House Representative. The HR is a member of the Secondary Student Council.
- Feedback committees: These groups are formed on an ad hoc basis to allow for student involvement in different areas such as food, activities, new student orientation etc.
- Student Mentoring: Older students mentor younger students within the boarding houses in formal and informal settings. Mentoring is conducted in academics, extra-curricular activities, house or school projects and behaviour.