List of A level schools in South Africa

List of A level Schools In South Africa

The A Level (Advanced Level) is a subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, as well as a school leaving qualification offered by the educational bodies in the South Africa and the educational authorities of British Crown dependencies to students completing secondary or pre-university education

International School of SA

Roedean School SA

South African College High School

Michaelhouse School

British International College

British International Preparatory School

St Andrew’s School for Girls

St John’s College

What are A levels equivalent to in South Africa?


NQF Level (UK)NQF Level (SA)Qualification Level
24National Certificate (Matric) / GCSE A, B, C
35Higher National Certificate / A Levels A, B, C, D, E
57Bachelors Degree / Advanced Diploma(SA) / Higher National Diploma(UK)

How many schools do we have in South Africa?

New Education Figures Released Pretoria, South Africa 2010: South Africa currently has over 12 million learners, some 386 600 teachers and approximately 26 000 schools, including 1 098 registered independent or privately owned schools.

Do South African universities accept Igcse?

Schools that offer these examinations will allow you to study IGCSE, AS and A level subjects. The Cambridge syllabus allows South African high school students a qualification that is acceptable by all South African universitiesuniversities of technology, and most notably universities in 165 countries internationally.