The University of Cape Town (UCT) has announced that it will be launching an online high school, in partnership with the Valenture Institute.
The UCT online high school offers a CAPS-aligned curriculum and enables learners in grades 8 – 12 in any corner of the globe the opportunity to study at a monthly fee of R2,095.
Admissions opened on Wednesday, 21 July 2021, with classes commencing in January 2022, after which learners will be able to enroll at any time, from anywhere in the world.
Additionally, the entire curriculum will be made available for free on an interactive online platform and users of this free content will be issued with a learner number to save their learning path and information.
“The University of Cape Town is committed to playing our part in addressing the systemic challenges facing our education system. As a result, we have taken the bold step to launch an innovative online high school in January 2022, where the academic excellence of UCT can be extended to high school learners across the country. The UCT Online High School will create a new opportunity for learners across South Africa to choose an aspirational school and unleash their potential,” said , UCT’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng.
For more information on the UCT Online High School, please visit www.uctonlinehighschool.com.