ABOUT US



A brief history of the school

SCHOOL’S BIRTH

The school was established in 1996 for the purpose of reducing congestion at a Parent School, Morokalebole Secondary .The School was authorised under Ms Letsoalo T.J who happened to be an acting Principal from 28th April 1997 until Mr Sekonya M.R took over as an officially appointed Principal on the 21st July 1998.The school started with an enrolment of 21 learners and got its first Approval for First Matric inception in 2001 with a total of 8 learners. There was a slow increase in learner enrolment until 2007 where the entire school was at 339 and with 21 learners in grade 12.Mr Shaku M.D took over the Principalship in 2008, 1ST SEPTEMBER and found the school at enrolment of 333 with matric learner at 30.

CORE BUSINESS OF OUR INSTITUTION

• Provision of education and training system and resources to your children aged 11 turning 12 years on entry level in grade 8 

• Provision of learner support initiatives to guide them in choosing their future careers at early stage in grade 10 

• To serve as a centre for academic excellence for the betterment of the lives of the people in the locality where this school is situated including the nearby villages

SCHOOL’S ANNUAL EVENTS

PARENTS DAY [PD]
• On This Day Parents of the learners are invited to school for the purpose of interacting with specific subject educators of their children. 
• They also enjoy the vicinity of the school surrounding and to be informed of the school’s plans towards their learner’s future. 
• Learners are issued with certificates of excellence performance in their different areas of excellence. 
• Parents enjoy their stay and lunch with the school Management team.

CULTURAL DAY [CD]

• On this day Parents and learners including educators are encouraged to wear their cultural attire and enjoy and celebrate the day at school. 
• Traditional events and exhibitions are rendered and displayed for all to see. 
• Community members with an informed traditional history of both the school and the tribes is invited to render an informational speech to all audience.

STUDENT COUNSELING AND CAREER CHOICE [SCCC]

• On this day, our learners gain access to outside institutional representatives who are invited to come and display courses they are offering at their respective institutions 

• Learners are also provided with prospectus and application forms to such universities

Roles

VISION

To provide educative learning and teaching in order to uplift & empower learners to become responsible citizens in the society.

MISSION STATEMENT

These shall be achieved through….
• Provision of quality teaching and learning methodologies 

• Involvement of all parents for the care and support towards the achievement of all learners 

• Empowering our staff in all respect 

• Involvement of learners in extra-curricular activities 

• The education of the whole person, in an atmosphere of excellence and integrity, to the glory of the entire nation
• a caring environment and conducive atmosphere for learning 

• uninterrupted schooling 

• life skills and life orientation to all grades 

• student counselling; support and career exhibition programmes 

• coaching and advises on morals and ethical practices to all

OUR BELIEFS

• All learners can learn and each one has a responsibility in his/her learning 

• Every educator must be competent, knowledgeable, caring and committed to the success of their learners 

• Quality education is enhanced when a supportive relationship exists between all stakeholders

OUR VALUES

Trustworthiness; Honesty; Openness; Collaborative`; Fairness; Kindness and Cooperativeness

MOTTO

SUCCESS THROUGH EFFORTS

STRATEGIC GOALS

• Effective Teaching and Learning 

• Effective Extracurricular programs 

• Quality Leadership and Management 

• Effective and Progressive School Governance 

• Fostering and preaching a gospel on learner discipline at all times.

The School Nutrition Programme

Our School is privileged to be a part of the National Department of Education’s “Nutrition Programme (A programme which ensures that 9 000 000 learners receive at least 1 if not in many cases the only meal they will have for the day).

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POSTAL ADDRESS

P O Box 1228
Apel
0739

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Cell: 079 209 1632 / 071 274 0640

EMAIL:

E.frankmashilehigh@gmail.com
Frank Mashile Secondary School 2020