SAHETI Primary & High School
About SAHETI Primary & High School
SAHETI (South African Hellenic Educational and Technical Institute) Primary and High School is a mixed independent all-through school catering for pupils from pre-school to high school age. It is a British medium Greek orthodox school founded in 1974 by the human rights lawyer George Bizos, and promotes the values and ethos of Hellenism, the characteristics of ancient Greek culture.
The school teaches the IEB (Independent Examinations Board) South African curriculum and pupils study toward achieving the National Senior Certificate (NSC). SAHETI school is located in Senderwood on the outskirts of East Johannesburg, South Africa, and currently enrols approximately 1,300 students overall.
Mr W Taylor
Values and vision
SAHETI Primary and High School's vision is to educate and nurture world citizens, teaching them core values rooted in South African and Hellenic tradition to ensure they become independent, creative and critical thinking students possessing integrity and world awareness. The education at the school is values-driven and focuses on developing the strengths of students and instilling a love of lifelong learning and wisdom, resulting, the school hopes, in valued and responsible members of the community.
The school aims to enrich pupils not only academically but also in terms of respecting and appreciating the culture, history and all other aspects of Greek tradition. Blending a holistic approach to teaching with an encouragement of hard work and high standards set by high quality teachers provides a diverse and ultimately successful learning experience.
Teachers are supported by the school to further their qualifications, and a varied choice of the arts is also incorporated into the curriculum, resulting in the development of creative, academic and philosophical individuals.