The Greyton House Governing body has recently approved an ambitious plan to introduce twenty (20) new pupils from disadvantaged communities over the next two years, and is seeking bursaries for these pupils. This bursary programme is designed to provide an opportunity for children in the environs of Greyton and Genadendal who are inadequately served by the public primary school system and who cannot afford private education. The intent is to enable these children to succeed at high school, and to instill in them the confidence and ambition to do so and to pursue professional careers.
Further to the above The Bokamoso Trust and Greyton House have teamed up to establish The Overberg 51 Club.
The goal is put three additional learners from disadvantaged backgrounds through the Greyton House Bursary Programme every year.
For every 17 donors we're able to fund a child to attend Greyton House.
For more information and to join the Overberg 51 Club click on the link below.