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Hoërskool Menlopark [2] Excelsa petamus (Latin: "We strive for the highest values") Location Menlo Park Pretoria, South Africa Coordinates 25°45′53″S 28°15′30″E / 25.7646°S 28.2583°E / -25.7646; 28.2583Coordinates: 25°45′53″S 28°15′30″E / 25.7646°S 28.2583°E / -25.7646; 28.2583 Information Type Public school Founded 1963 Authority Gauteng Department of Education Vice principal Mr S Conradie; Mr M Geldenhuis Headmaster Dr Carel Van Der Merwe Staff approx. 50 full-time Enrolment 1,300 pupils Language Afrikaans Newspaper The quarterly Die Eggo, the weekly Insig Yearbook Die Eggo Website Hoërskool Menlopark (Menlo Park High School) is a public, fee charging, Afrikaans medium co-educational high school located in Menlo Park, Pretoria, in the Gauteng province of South Africa. Learners call themselves Parkies. Contents 1 History 2 Notable alumni 3 Menlo Alumni Association 4 The School Anthem 5 Notes and references 6 External links // History The school was established in 1963, starting with 12 class rooms and 372 learners in grades 8, 9 and 10 (then called Standards 6, 7 and 8).[1] Notable alumni In order of final year at Menlo Park (date in brackets) Laurie Dippenaar (1966), founder of the FirstRand Group[2] Koos Kombuis (1972), singer, born as André le Roux du Toit[3] Heinrich Regenass (1976), forensic auditor and tax expert.[4] Johan Marais (1976), Springbok rugby player. Dawie Bosch (1977), author of text books on labour law, and formerly chief technical advisor of an International Labour Organisation programme on child labour in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland Henning Gericke (1977), athlete[1] Johan Scholtz (1980), banking lawyer[5] Edward Webb (1984), expert on applied animal physiology and meat science, and head of department of animal and wildlife sciences, University of Pretoria[6] Claudie van Onsellen (née van Straten)[1] Pieter Murray (1999), trail runner. Reggie Holmes(1976), Springbok Squash Player. Menlo Alumni Association The association, known as Menlo Alumni, was founded in 2006. The School Anthem The school song was written in 1965 by Mr J J Botha (lyrics) and Mr C A Van der Stoep (music).[1] The first verse reads (in Afrikaans): Hou hoog die vaandel wit en blou Ons simbool van trots en trou Ja, ons hart, en ons hand - Aan ons skool is dit verpand. Hier sal ons streef en werk en bou, Waai ons vlag hoog, wit en blou! En al wat ons skool sal vra, Is om trots sy naam te dra, Excelsa petamus! Excelsa petamus! Excelsa petamus! Streef die hoogste na. Notes and references ^ a b c d School website, accessed 9 September 2008 ^ accessed 9 September 2008. ^ Koos Kombuis en die First National Band on Flickr, accessed 9 September 2008. ^ Logista website, accessed on 9 September 2008. ^ Anti-fraud Network website, Accessed on 9 September 2008 ^ [1] External links school website v • d • e Gauteng High Schools Alternative schools Crawford College, Lonehill · Crawford College, Pretoria · Crawford College, Sandton · King David Schools · Michael Mount Waldorf School · Pretoria Muslim School · Torah Academy  · Yeshiva College Private schools Beaulieu College · CVO Skool Pretoria · Cornwall Hill College · Kingsmead College · Redhill School · Roedean School · Sacred Heart College · St. Alban's College · St. Andrew's School for Girls · St Catherine's School · St. Dominic's Catholic School For Girls · St John's College · St. Martin's School · St. Mary's DSG · St Peter's College · St Stithians College Public schools Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool · Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool · Hillview High School · Hoërskool Menlopark · Hoërskool Waterkloof · Hoërskool Staatspresident C R Swart · Jeppe High School for Boys · Jeppe High School for Girls · Jeugland Hoërskool · King Edward VII School · Monument Park High School · Northcliff High School · Parktown Boys' High School · Pretoria Boys High School · Pretoria High School for Girls · Pro Arte Alphen Park · Tsogo High School (Mmakau) · Willowridge High School