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Howick High School is a coeducational public school in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, established on June 27, 1967. It has a boarding facility, Midmar House, for around 100 students. Contents 1 Introduction 2 School history 3 The Boarding Establishment: Midmar House 4 Notable alumni 5 External links 6 References Introduction Howick High School is situated in the picturesque village of Howick in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands just 20 minutes drive from Pietermaritzburg. The school overlooks Midmar Dam with large scenic grounds that include most out-door sport facilities. Howick High is an English-medium, co-educational school and was established in 1967. The school has a boarding establishment, Midmar House, which caters for 100 learners of both sexes. The Howick High school badge depicts a rampant lion which is representative of the Lion's River district and symbolizes strength and purity. Its raised front paw symbolizes the qualities of integrity, loyalty, tenacity, virtue and charity. The school motto is "age quod agis" which loosely translated means "do what you do well". School history Mr. J.G. Hattingh had a vision for the future of education in Howick and persevered in his quest for the establishment of a secondary school in Howick which came to fruition in 1965. Twenty-three pupils were enrolled. They, together with the staff, were accommodated in the Howick Preparatory School buildings for two years. On 27 June 1967 150 pupils and staff, together with the headmaster Mr. Gerard Hattingh and deputy headmaster Mr. Ken Kyte, walked from the preparatory school to the site of the proposed new school in Amber Avenue. There the pupils were housed in prefabricated buildings for six years whilst the new buildings were under construction. This school was affectionately known as "The Cardboard College". On completion of the school buildings in 1973, 300 pupils moved into the new school buildings. Midmar House Hostel was also constructed and completed during this period and is now home to 100 weekly boarders. The Dave Mayo Centre was planned as a utility centre, suitable for various activities and events. Many changes have occurred to these facilities over the past thirty-seven years.The school is sometimes referred to as "star lion college" due to the extreme nature of the school badge. The Boarding Establishment: Midmar House Midmar House Hostel is home to approximately 100 boarders (grade 8 to (matric), with a more or less equal number of boys and girls. Each grade has an allocated open plan dorm except for the matrics who each have their own little cubicle. Hostel life is certainly a special time for most boarders where special friendships are made through the sharing of many memories. Notable alumni Wayne Fox, bassist[1] Jason Hartman, class of 1997, winner of SA Idols competition in 2009 Laura Pixie Bennett, class of 2001, contestant in the SA Idols competition in 2009 Neil Johnson, national cricket player and SA cricket commentator. External links Howick High official site All info taken from the official Howick High website; credit to original writers. Official site for Howick High Past Pupils References ^ Simpson, Martin (September 2005). "An Interview with Wayne Fox". South African Bassplayers Collective. Retrieved 2008-05-01.  v · d · eKwaZulu-Natal High Schools Alternative schools Crawford College, Durban · Crawford College, La Lucia · Crawford College, North Coast · Roseway Waldorf School Private schools Al Falaah College · Clifton College · Durban Girls' College · Epworth School · Hilton College · Kearsney College · Maris Stella School · Michaelhouse · St. Anne's Diocesan College · St. Charles College · St. Henry's Marist Brothers' College · St. John's DSG · St. Mary's DSG · Thomas More College · The Wykeham Collegiate  · Treverton College Public schools Alexandra High School · Carter High School · Durban Girls' High School · Durban High School · Durban North College · Ferrum High School · Glenwood High School · Hillcrest High School · Howick High School · Kloof High School · Maritzburg College · Mathunjwa High School · Nansindlela School · Northlands Girls' High School · Northwood School · Ohlange High School · Pietermaritzburg Girls' High School · Pinetown Boys' High School · Pinetown Girls' High School · Scottburgh High School · Port Shepstone High School · Verulam Secondary · Verulam Independent School · Westville Boys' High School · Westville Girls' High School Vocational schools George Campbell School of Technology