Message from Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi
The resources and land are finite; the people's potential is infinite.
Welcome to Lebone II - College of the Royal Bafokeng!
My brother, Kgosi Lebone II, and I shared a passion for the idea of bringing world-class educational
facilities to Phokeng, and building a school that would offer the best academic opportunities in the midst of natural African
splendour, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
My brother's vision resulted in the founding of Lebone II, one of his proudest legacies, and I have the honour of expanding
his work by bringing the best teacher, facilities, and learners together in this unique and special environment.
Lebone II - College of the Royal Bafokeng, is an incusive and supportive educational environment for learners of all
backgrounds, while it foregrounds and encourages exploration of the immediate context in the Bafokeng Nation.
The history and traditions of the Bafokeng people form an integral part of the school's curriculum and culture. The College's
new facilties are designed as open, flexible and creative spaces, more "structures for learning" than
Situated in the dramatic beauty of the Magaliesberg Mountains, Lebone II regards the natural environment as an important
part of our learning process. Outdoor activities and sport are combined with environmental awareness and conservation in
an explicit attempt to promote environmentally sustainable practices.
As a child-centered community that views learning as a lifelong activity, the Bafokeng Nation places a very high value
on education. Learning that is active, collaborative, and geared to each child's abilities is at the heart of our educational
philosophy. Lebone II aims to foster intellectual curiosity, problem solving, ethical decision-making, and creativity in
every one of its learners. We see our graduates entering higher education equipped with a strong sense of self, purpose and
On behalf of the entire Bafokeng community, welcome to our world of cutting-edge learning and exploration!
Kgosi Leruo Molotlegi