About Hoërskool Pionier

Hoërskool Pionier  is located within Zululand District in Abaqulusi Local Municipality, South Africa. This is a Public Secondary School in Vryheid East Zululand KZN.

How to register and apply at Hoërskool Pionier in 2022 -2023?

In order to apply at Hoërskool Pionier , you need to contact the school contact person/ Principal or visit the school. Check contact information below:

Contact Information

For admission, study, uniform, school’s extramural activities, as well as performance, you will need to contact:

  • Phone number: +27349813145
  • Email Address: Not confirmed
  • Physical Address: 16 Landdrost Street,Vryheid East,Vryheid,3100
  • Postal Address: Private Bag X9413,Vryheid,3100

What is the School Uniform for Hoërskool Pionier and where to buy it?

If you would like to know the approved school uniform for Hoërskool Pionier and where to buy it, please contact the school using the contacts listed above.

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Which Quintile Level is Hoërskool Pionier?

Hoërskool Pionier is a quintile level:Q4

Is there a School Fee Payable to Study at Hoërskool Pionier?

When it comes to School Fees, please note that this is a Fee Paying school. However, please confirm with the school Contact Person or Principle to get the updated information.

What is the Correct Exam Center for Hoërskool Pionier?

If you have been struggling to search for the Examination Center Number for Hoërskool Pionier, it is: 5112142

How to get admitted at South African Schools Quickly

You have a choice to enroll your child at a public school or at an independent school. Public schools are state-controlled and independent schools are privately governed.

Independent schools must be registered with the provincial education department and public schools must be established by the MEC for Education in the province.

Schools Application Dates and Deadlines

You must enroll your child in a school between 1 August and 31 September of the year before they start school. A Grade R applicant must be at least four years old and turn five or older by 30 June the next year. An applicant for Grade One must be at least five years old and turn six or older by 30 June the next year.

Find out more about how to enrol your child in a public or independent school or contact the Department of Basic Education.