Treverton College and Preparatory School have been blessed with a wealth of experienced, gifted, committed Christians who teach our pupils. That Treverton continues to enjoy academic results exceeding the South African average for the I.E.B. and turn out well grounded Prep and College graduates, is testimony to the dedicated investment that every single one of the staff makes in our pupils.
Many staff elect to live on the Treverton estate and so become part of the day-to-day fabric of the Treverton community. This puts them in a wonderful position to mentor and model the behaviour and values that they teach as part of a Treverton education.
The majority of our pupils come from KwaZulu-Natal (54%) and the balance from Gauteng (28%), outside of South Africa (7%) and from other parts of South Africa (the remainder). Two out of three pupils are boarders and the boy/girl ratio is roughly 1:1.
At the Prep School (100% full), 82% of pupils are day scholars from KwaZulu-Natal and the balance are boarders from Gauteng, further afield in KwaZulu-Natal and outside of South Africa (Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana).
There are three classes per Grade at the College, one class per Grade and two classes each in Grade 1, Grade 6 and Grade 7 at the Prep. Classes have a maximum of 25 pupils which enables teachers to make individualised investments.
The Treverton Estate
The Treverton estate (including the Treverton Wildlife Area) provides 270 hectares of pristine Midlands countryside as a home for the schools, and not to mention the blesbok, zebra, red hartebeest, southern reedbuck, duiker, oribi, serval, polecats, striped weasels, mongooses, genets, dassies, porcupines and scrub hares that live on the property.
Capital development is a priority at Treverton and this year projects have included:
This rich heritage will continue to enjoy maximum attention with regards to sensitive development and on-going upgrade to ensure that future Treverton pupils are able to enjoy what has contributed so to the success and enjoyment past pupils have carried with them.