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On Saturday, 14 August 2021, 50 of our Matriculants took part in the WCED’s Provincial Business Studies Quiz! There were 120 questions for approximately 1800 competitors. 11 of our Gr12’s... Read More

RCL 2021 Elections

Once again we had our successful RCL elections, thank you to Mr Walter Ephraim and his team for overseeing the elections and herewith we would like to congratulate all the... Read More

Covid-19, Shaun Jonkers in the Argus

The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has been accused of keeping silent on the number of teachers and support staff infected with Covid-19 and the number that have died since... Read More

Feeding Scheme

Bishop Lavis Secondary believes that no child who is hungry will have the ability to concentrate in school, and to prohibit any child from suffering academically we partnered with The... Read More

Diego Jackson – Four Distinctions – Matric 2020

The Black sheep eventually turns into a Goat. I am that black sheep, the one that got judged all the time and the one nobody expected to come out on... Read More

Grade 12 – 2020 Results

Finally the Matric Results were released, like everything else in the Covid-19 era, the results were made available six weeks later than usual. Though our results improved by 10%, we... Read More

BLHS loses staff members to Covid-19

Covid-19 touched the hearts and souls of the BLHS family, in quick succession we had to bid farewell to three of our dear colleagues who succumb to this pandemic in... Read More

Afrikaans Departement

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Welcome New Staff Members

The new academic year was delayed from the 25 January 2021 to the 1 February 2021. With the turmoil and tragedies that our school faced just before the start of... Read More

MOD Centre 2021

he Mass participation; Opportunity and access; Development and growth (MOD) Programme is an after-school, mass participation programme that provides school-going youth with access to various fun-filled, play-based and modified activities... Read More