Woodlands Colour Run

Woodlands International College was proud to host its first Colour Run and Farmer’s Market on Saturday the 25thof May 2019. The run, was not only a fun event for the students of the College but was an example of the College’s community connection as a portion of the ticket price paid by each runner was …

New Multi-purpose hall

The Directors of Woodlands International College broke ground of, what promises to be, a one of a kind multi-purpose College Hall, unrivaled in educational institutions in this region. This 2500 square meter facility will seat 1000 people at capacity. The design and size of the hall are driven by the vision of a high performance …

OPEN DAY – 16 MARCH 2019

Join us on Saturday 16 March 2019 to see the College in action from Grade 000-12. A variety of sports, cultural and academics classes will be on show. Should you require any information please don’t hesitate to call Audrey on 0832544477.

Leadership, Leisure and Laughs

The newly elected Senior Learner Council for 2019 embarked on a four-day camp to develop their leadership skills, solidify their teamwork skills and embrace their unique qualities. The camp took place from the 15-19 October 2018 at the Seasons Sport and Spa resort in the North West. The resort itself is located in lush surroundings …

Future Scientists Make Their Mark

Amber Tippel and Nicole Taute, both Grade 10 students at Woodlands International College were recently honoured at a gala awards ceremony at the University of the Witwatersrand. The girls entered into the 2018 Materials Science Poster Competition. This competition is run by the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Strong Materials and aims to promote excellence …

Interact in the Rotary News

Members of the Woodlands International College Interact club were recently featured in the November edition of the Rotary Africa magazine. The magazine reported that, “ In conjunction with Antifreeze, the Interactors spent an hour and a half serving approximately 600 children and adults. They also gave needy children parcels containing chips, juice and other treats.” …