Bill Brown Visits WK

Mr. Bill Brown visited Waterford Kamhlaba on 18 – 20 February 2017. He is an American philanthropist who partially funded the construction of the school Dining Hall. He arrived at Waterford Kamhlaba over the weekend together with his son-in-law, Mr. John Reppas and his grandson, Hadrian. They arrived on Saturday…

WK Unveils Alumni Avenue

On Friday February 3rd an unveiling ceremony of the Alumni Avenue was held at Waterford Kamhlaba, starting at 1830 hrs. until late in the evening. The evening turned out to be a celebration of giving as speaker after speaker put emphasis on the value of giving. First to raise…

Congratulations Proserpina Dhlamini-Fisher

“Waterford Kamhlaba UWC was a kingdom within a kingdom. Amazing things were taking place everyday as we were taught all our academic subjects and about the world around us. Student advocacy was strong then and continues to be today. The drive to make a difference beyond community service propelled us…

US Ambassador Visits Waterford Kamhlaba

The United States Ambassador to Swaziland, Lisa Peterson, and a delegation from the US embassy in Swaziland visited Waterford Kamhlaba on Wednesday 25 January 2017. The Ambassador was welcomed by the principal Stephen Lowry at the school car park and soon after an exchange of pleasantries; she was ushered into…

Principal's New Year Message

Welcome to 2017! I would like to welcome our parents, new and returning students and members of staff. I trust that you all had a safe festive period and that it was a restful period. To our new parents and students, welcome to our growing community of diverse nationalities, cultures and…

Congratulations IB Class of 2016

Waterford Kamhlaba’s IB Class of 2016 maintained the school’s impressive performance in their International Baccalaureate Diploma results. Out of the 113 students who sat for the globally competitive pre-university programme, 89% were awarded a diploma. The Class of 2016 obtained an average of 33, well above the world Diploma average of…

Alumni reunion weekend

The form 5 class of 1998 spent the first weekend of December in Swaziland, at Waterford Kamhlaba. This was a well-planned event which was driven by Celeste Jacobs (Swaziland, WK 92-98). Alumni attended all the way from Tanzania, Botswana, South Africa and different parts of Swaziland. They first spent the…

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