Oxford International High School situated in Harding, KwaZulu-Natal is an English Medium school aimed at building a nation from the grass root by preparing our students spiritually, mentally, socially, physically and emotionally.
Oxford International High School aims to tap and harness the budding potential in them to enable them to play a meaningful role in the school, home, community and nation at large.
We have branches in Harding and Port Shepstone in KwaZulu-Natal and Umthatha in the Eastern Cape
About The School
Founded in year 2000 by Mr Ernest Agyeman-Duah, the Director of the school. Mr Ernest Agyeman-Duah is a Professional Educator and holds an Honours degree from the University of South Africa and a Mastrers degree in Economic Policy from the University of Stellenbosch.
Since 2000 it has consistently achieved excellent results in the Senior Certificate Examinations and is among the best schools in the Ugu District. In 2005 it was the best school in the Ugu District in terms of the Senior Certificate Examinations as it achieved 100% pass rate. It has since 2005 achieved an average pass rate of 98% in the National Senior Certificate Examinations. The school uses English as the medium of instruction, but offers IsiZulu and IsiXhosa as Home or First Additional languages.
The tuition offered is supplemented by computer programmes and Learning Channel DVD’s.
It has hostel facilities for both boys and girls. It educates its students using Christian principles and has Pastors and Chaplains who give spiritual support and advice to students.
It offers almost all the subjects that are approved Learning Areas for the Department of Education, but there is special emphasis in Mathematics, Sciences and Commerce.
The school has since 2013 started a branch in Port Shepstone, called Port Shepstone International High School. Currently the schools have an enrollment of 600 students in the Harding branch, 215 students in the Port Shepstone branch and 215 students in the Mthatha branch in the Eastern Cape Province.