Inkamana High School

Infobox School2
name = Inkamana Private Secondary

motto = "Ausculta"
creed = "Aura et labora"
established = 1918
type = Private, Boarding
locale = Secluded
grades = Grade 8 - 12
head_name = Headmistress/Umphathi
head = Irene Steenkamp
head_name2 = Claim
head2= 27 consucutive years 100% Pass rate
| city = Vryheid
state = KZN
country = South Africa
students = 120 boys andn 170 girls
school_colors = Green and White
free_label = Fees
free = R 2500 (boarding)
website =

Inkamana High School, Vryheid, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa, a Catholic Missionary School, was founded in 1918 by exiled World War German missionaries. The school has in produced some of the best black scholars, writers and political leaders during the Apartheid era. This is due the school refusing to provide Bantu Education. The school has been able to achieve a 100% matric pass rate for the past twenty two years under trying circumstances.

This co-educational boarding school is part of, and located within, Inkamana Abbey. There is a monastery, church, farm and other related activities as part of the location. Inkamana would be considered a school dedicated to poor rural students but has academically outshone more affluent schools in the Kwazulu Natal province.


Oswald Mbuyiseni Mtshali, poet

Gabriel Ndabandaba, KZN legislature Speaker

Zanele Mbeki, RSA first lady

Prince Gideon Zulu, policition from Zulu royal family

External links

* [ Inkamana High School]

* [ "Inkamana Secondary"]

* [ "Sunday Times - article"]

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