Grey College has always maintained a remarkably steadfast character and has contributed to our country and population with healthy directives – and will continue doing so in future To study at this institution is a privilege which leads to the responsibility of adhering to and improving on the paths set by our predecessors…

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Grey College is the oldest school north of the Orange River and third oldest in the Republic of South Africa The then Governor of the Cape Colony Sir George Grey visited the new Republic of the Orange Free State On 13 October 1855 he donated a sum of money towards the establishment of an institution for higher education On 17 January 1856 the school officially opened its doors for the first time with…

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DIE GREY’T KOSFEES/FOOD FEST

The first ever Grey't Food Festival will be held during the Grey College & Paul Roos Gymnasium Interschools that will be held at Grey College at the main rugby field next to College Corner, we ask parents, family & friends to please support this...

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Hockey Results/ Hokkie Uitslae

Hockey Results/ Hokkie Uitslae: The first league games were against Jim Fouchè at Jim Fouchè on Thursday 2 August 2018 Games played: 18 Won 17 Lost 1  Gr. 1A won 4-0 u.10A won4-1  Gr. 1B won 1-0 u.10B lost 1-2  Gr. 1C won 4-0 u.10C won 2-0  Gr. 1D drew 1-1 u.10D...

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May the College ever train noble citizens.

Sir George Grey

Founder

“There are many variations of passages of Lorem Ipsum available, but the majority have suffered alteration by injected humour.”

Wally Westphal

Teacher 1911-1948, Grey College