St Charles College awarded Blue Chip Status

2018-06-13 06:01
Pictured from left: Robbie Coutts (cricket specialist and CSA Level 3 coach), Tom Smith (Estates manager), Chad Barron (head of Prep Sport and CSA Level 3 coach), Allen van Blerk (principal), Nathaniel Benjamin (1st XI captain), Rowan Irons (College head of sport), Lucky Dladla (CSA Level 3 coach) and Murray Cole-Edwardes (1st XI coach)PHOTO: supplied

Pictured from left: Robbie Coutts (cricket specialist and CSA Level 3 coach), Tom Smith (Estates manager), Chad Barron (head of Prep Sport and CSA Level 3 coach), Allen van Blerk (principal), Nathaniel Benjamin (1st XI captain), Rowan Irons (College head of sport), Lucky Dladla (CSA Level 3 coach) and Murray Cole-Edwardes (1st XI coach)PHOTO: supplied

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AT the recent KwaZulu-Natal Inland Schools AGM it was announced that the St Charles College Preparatory and Senior schools are the only Blue Chip Schools in the Inland Province.

To achieve Blue Chip Status St Charles College and St Charles College Prep School have achieved Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) highest qualification rating afforded by CSA for Cricket School Excellence for the year 2017 (although the shield does say 2018).

Schools are judged through our Schools Quality Index (SQI) such as the number of teams, total matches played, coaches qualifications, facilities and representation in teams.

St Charles College is proud to have achieved a 95% rating in the Schools Quality Index.

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