What We Believe
At Etham College, we believe in the value of every child and adult who enters our doors. By feeling valued and respected, as an individual, we seek to encourage each person to show value and respect towards one another, joining to build a happy, forward thinking community.
Etham College’s core focus is on providing Christian Based, technologically innovative, socially and economically conscious learning.
To provide an excellent education in a caring environment, producing a whole person, self-reliant and aware of their obligations to their community, their country and their planet. We seek to develop courageous, honest, innovative and entrepreneurial future leaders. At Edinvest School’ we aim to develop future leaders who are inspired, to innovate and act in the local and global markets.
Aspire, Innovate, Lead
Pastoral care and Spirituality.
Pastoral care of all learners, staff and parents forms a foundation to enable an environment where all can flourish as an individual, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.
We have a dedicated team of local religious leaders from within our own Christian communities.
The dedicated weekly Tutor periods for Grade R to Grade 12 affords learners the opportunity to participate in discussions on various topics, to collaborate, build friendships, receive assistance in various areas of school and their own personal lives.
Personal growth is promoted through numerous courses that address leadership, social skills and etiquette, personal effectiveness and public speaking.
What we believe
The core of the Etham experience is relationships, and we look forward to welcoming you and your family to experience firsthand the power of Etham education.
Led by our christian faith, our vision is to create future leaders, who are inspired to innovate and act, not only in the local but global markets.
Johannes MoutonDirector of Schools
Our schools strongly emphasize entrepreneurial skills development. Creativity, innovation and academic excellence is at the core engagement with learners.
Karen EhlersExecutive Head
For our children to be prepared to engage in a world alongside smart machines, we have the responsibilities to educate them differently than in the past.