Welcome to Trinityhouse Schools




General Manager: Andries van Renssen

Often I drive past one of our billboards or enter the reception area of one of our schools and I see the words “An Education Beyond Expectation” displayed in all its proud glamour. It gives me tremendous joy to be associated with a group of schools that puts their motto into action through the dedicated effort of staff who work towards delivering and education beyond parents’ expectation.

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Our Ethos

We are profoundly Academic, we excel in Sports, we have pride in our Cultural activities, we are committed to Outreach and we are an overtly Christian school.

Since its establishment in 1997, Trinityhouse has exceeded expectations by providing sought-after, high quality, Pre-Primary, Preparatory and High School education. Our founding campus – Randpark Ridge – operated on its own for fourteen years (between 1997 and 2011), but after that the expansion was rapid. Our Little Falls campus opened in 2012, followed by Palm Lakes in 2013, Heritage Hill in 2014 and Northriding in 2015. All five campuses boast a rich and rewarding academic, sports and cultural environment, firmly founded on our Christian values and traditional principles.

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Thandanani Project
We are so proud of our Grade 8 learners who became entrepreneurs during the month of August in order to raise funds for the Thandanani House of Refuge. Thandanani House is in Zandspruit and the aim of this outreach project is to care for orphaned, abandoned and abused children. Thandanani currently cares for 29 children …
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The Move from Pre-Primary to Preparatory School
Our Pre-Primary and Preparatory schools are run completely separately from each other. However, the move from Pre-school into Grade One requires that the schools work

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