Inspire, educate and enable people to flourish.
Re rotloetsa go ruta batho, go ba kgontsha go tswelela pele.
Our Upper School (Grades 8 to 12) follows the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) curriculum and is enhanced by international best practices that have helped create our own distinctive, innovative and forward-thinking learning models. Teaching is combined with exposure to a wide range of extracurricular activities, both locally and globally, through which students pursue their varied interests. This compelling learning environment is characterised by a spirit of excellence and provides a solid platform from which Lebone II students move to make their mark in the world.
The Lower School curriculum is a blend of national and international best practices. Our teachers structure a dynamic learning environment that nurtures curiosity and develops enquiring minds and research skills among our Grade R to 6 students. This innovative method of learning equips students with the necessary skills to pursue Upper School on a strong academic footing.
Lebone II College’s boarding facilities are a home away from home for students in the Upper School. The beautifully furnished, apartment-style boarding houses provide students and staff members with comfortable living and communal spaces. Our boarders enjoy their boarding life, which is enhanced by fun and student-driven sporting, cultural, environmental and community development initiatives.
We focus on wellness at Lebone College to ensure that our students and teachers are supported and taken care of holistically. For students who need the additional support, the Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC) offers individualised education programmes, and together with the wider pastoral care programme, we ensure that every child at Lebone II is known and taken care of. Our Lefelo la Pholo Clinic (Wellness Centre) is fully equipped to see to the medical needs of our students and staff members. We have a strong focus on developing our teachers’ capacities and are continuously expanding their knowledge and skills through our Continuous Professional Teaching Development (CPTD) programme.
Lebone II was founded to inspire, uplift and serve our local community and we are inherently linked to it. Community development and outreach is woven into all aspects of our schooling and everyone – from students in our Lower School, Upper School and boarding facilities to staff members – takes part in programmes and activities that impact and uplift our community.
Nestled in an inspiring natural setting and overlooking Phokeng, Lebone II College was built to resemble a village, with integrated teaching, social and living spaces. Our environmentally friendly infrastructure and lush landscape provide a refreshing environment that inspires and empowers students and staff members alike.
Let us sing of a place where stars always shine, where the brightness of youth never fades. Let us sing of a place where kings have gone before, where hope and faith light the way.
The annual Mathaithai Trail Run & MTB Race is a popular sports event on our calendar and attracts thousands of participants to Lebone II College. Now in its eighth year, the challenge consists of trail runs and MTB races that see participants from across the country testing their endurance levels on our campus and in the impressive natural surroundings.
With award-winning musicians such Johnny Clegg, Lira, Mi Casa and Freshlyground performing at Lebone II College, our campus is fast becoming a venue of choice for live music concerts.
The Lebone Leadership Festival is an annual ideas festival that brings together 120 students from a diverse mix of schools from around the world to engage in topical issues. At Lebone we value complexity and we know that every human being has a powerful story; this festival is a platform for us to engage in these stories and challenge perceptions through dialogue.