UCT Online High School for the National Senior Certificate (NSC)

Level up with South Africa’s most recognised matriculation certificate.

UCT Online High School is an online SACAI registered institution serving learners from Grade 8 - 12. We have completely redefined what it means to “go” to school and we offer a state-of-the-art learning experience just for your family. Click to learn more!

It is our mission at the UCT Online High School to accelerate access to world-class high school education, in order to unleash Africa’s potential.

Our Online High School serves learners from Grade 8 - 12. We use advanced learning analytics, engaging content, and unrivalled support systems to ensure that each learner is expertly equipped to excel at online learning. In addition to this, learners have access to virtual clubs, counselling, academic support and career services while guardians have access to a custom designed guardian portal, a bespoke ConnectEd guardian mobile app and active engagement from our team.

This particular offering is aligned with the South African National
Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) which prepares high school learners for their National Senior Certificate (NSC) examination, colloquially referred to as matric (grade 12).

Our offering is structured around:

  1. Structured flexibility
  2. Individual mastery
  3. Dynamic academic support
  4. Motivating Support Coaches
  5. Responsibility and accountability
  6. Data-driven interventions
  7. The science of online learning

We truly believe that together, we can provide your child with all the tools that they need to succeed in high school, tertiary education, and life. Apply now to book your spot for Term 3 2023 or Term 1 in January 2024.

Learning Liberated!

Find out more or Apply by :
Visiting our website
Contacting us on : +27 21 140 1792
Emailing us at : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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