Cape Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology

The Cape Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology in Constantia, Cape Town, is a new public school started by the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) specifically for learners with special talents in Mathematics, Science and Technology.

The school forms part of a broader strategy to increase the number of learners matriculating in these subjects on the higher grade, especially those from disadvantaged communities.

In addition to specialised support for the Senior Certificate examinations, the school offers the chance of a lifetime as learners may also receive bursaries for further study at higher education institutions.

The academy is a co-educational facility that also offers accommodation for boarders. In 2004, the school will cater for Grade 10 learners, followed by Grades 11 and 12 in subsequent years.

The school offers the following advantages to learners:

  • Bursaries for needy learners.
  • An attractive, secure learning environment.
  • Transport to and from the nearest railway stations for day learners.
  • Experienced, highly qualified staff.
  • The latest in facilities.
  • Excellent sports and recreational facilities.
For further information and application forms, click on the link to the Cape Academy on the WCED's website or contact:

Dr C Coetzee: 021 467 2120
Dr R Bouma: 021 467 2121
Mr T Olivier: 021 467 2118
Ms A Pearce: 021 467 2125
Ms B Slabber tel: 021 467 2027/8, fax: 021 425 7465

Provided by:
Government Body: (Western Cape Government)
The content on this page was last updated on 28 August 2013