Jeppe High School for Boys


Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to step out of your daily routine? Consider joining one of the recreational clubs at Jeppe Boys High School! Our clubs provide opportunities to explore new activities, make new friends, and develop new skills. From sports clubs to cultural societies, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in developing robotics, debating global issues, or learning new languages, our clubs are a great way to get involved and have fun. Plus, being part of a club can also boost your academic performance and help you build your resume for future opportunities. Join us today and experience the excitement of being part of a vibrant and welcoming community at Jeppe Boys.

Clubs profile

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Number of
boys active in clubs
Fastest growing
Comic and Card club
Largest Club
on Campus
Coding and Robotics

What makes Jeppe's club offerings appealing to students?

"Clubs are where passion meets community, where like-minded individuals gather to pursue a common interest and create lifelong bonds."


Angling is a relatively new activity at Jeppe High School for Boys. It was introduced in response to request from the boys that we accommodate it and the club was duly formed, in keeping with our extra-curricular philosophy of offering activities to cate frothe interests of every learner.

Angling is a hobby, but it does have a competitive component as well, and it can be an enriching educational activity. Apart from the learning the technical skills involved, the activity requires perseverance, patience and determination, sometimes under difficult physical conditions.

It is also a means of connecting boys with nature and instilling the principles of respect for animals and plants and of conservation.

There are also to social advantages of spending plenty of time with like-mined friends and of travelling to new, and familiar places together.

There are a number of local, regional and national fishing competitions that Jeppe enters, and expert advice is sometimes sought to prepare the boys for those events.

All angling at Jeppe is done on a catch-and-release basis.


Have been fishing before, or you want to learn how to become involved in it.
Enjoy the outdoors.
Have an interest in nature and believe in the conservation of plants and animals.
Interested in competitive trading card games or enjoy the odd comic, why not join us at Triple C. Our main games of choice are Yu-Gi-Oh!, Magic the Gathering and Pokemon, but we are always amped to try out new games.
At Writing Society our desire is to express ourselves well and deeply in any written form. This is a place to be inspired, daring and creative. Join us as we explore our powerful words through a variety of activities and styles.
“We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.” –  N.H. Kleinbaum, Dead Poets Society.
Join us as we unpack the mysteries of God’s Word together and pray for and encourage one another. In general, we have a short message followed by questions and answers. All are welcome; even if you are not a Christian and have some deep questions or just want a place to chill at break.
Don’t know how to swim? Can swim, but need some stroke correction? Get down to the pool area as soon as you can. We are here to help you in a non-threatening environment to learn the basics of swimming and develop an extremely important life skill.
The aim of the club is to capture and share the Jeppe stories through the visual art of taking good quality photographs and video. Boys get the opportunity to film school events, sports games and ceremonies. We are looking for committed learners who are eager to learn new skills. Your own camera is required for photographers and you must be available on Saturdays and week nights to attend events.
The coding and robotics club is designed to assist students in learning the basics of coding as well as transferring those skills into real-world applications like designing an app or controlling a robot. We start with Scratch then move on to Java and then Python.
Find out more about wildlife and the environment as well as topics such as ecology, ornithology, and the Kruger Park! We meet at various times each term and take part in ranger assessments, quizzes, as well as go on excursions.
49 Difficulties:  for the boys by the boys. An independent newspaper for the boys, by the boys, showing Jeppe through the eyes of the students. This is Jeppe’s hub for aspiring writers, editors, photographers etc. to collaborate on a project to show off life at Jeppe