Over 100 years of inspiring boys to perform in the classroom, on the sportsfields and in cultural activities. A diverse learning environment in which teamwork and joint effort is encouraged, while also striving to accommodate the needs and interests of the individual.
A culture of excellence challenges boys to become the best possible versions of themselves.
The school motto, “Nothing is too difficult for the brave” is embedded in the school culture which calls for effort and discourages surrender.
The Jeppe brotherhood creates bonds that extend beyond the school years and last a lifetime
Jeppe boys are expected to become good men. Thoughtful, confident and kind.
Respect for themselves and for others is a one of our core values.
Jeppe High School for Boys is Johannesburg’s oldest public school having been established in 1890 in Fairview, Johannesburg. As noted in the book Historic Schools of South Africa “perhaps more than any other Johannesburg school, it reflects the history and changing character of the city and has always been a melting pot for children of diverse socioeconomic, language and cultural backgrounds”