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Energy

WK Vying for Energy Prize  

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WK has been shortlisted to compete for a big global renewable energy prize in Abu Dhabi in January 2015, against two other African schools.  To read more, click here.  

Alumni Impact

Ronny Mintjens

Besides teaching at our sister school in Hong Kong, former WK French teacher Ronny Mintjens now leads tours into what he believes is the misunderstood country of North Korea. To read more, click here.

 

Notices

WK 2014 School Report

The Waterford Kamhlaba school report for 2014 will be available shortly. It gives an account of what took place in the school over the past year. 

 

 

IB Orientation 2015 

The full IB orientation programme for 2015 is now available. Please familiarise yourself with what you need to know before you set off in January. To read more, click here.

 

 

WK Facts and Figures

  • 600 students from over 50 countries
  • 57 academic staff from 18 countries
  • 80% of the student body is African
  • 30% of students receive bursary support
  • 50% of IB students receive bursary support
  • 60% of students are boarders
  • Average IB score is 34 (equal to more than four A grades at A level)
  • Around 5,000 students have received a Waterford education to date