EAGLE’S NEST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
A private English combined Primary and High school 5km outside Polokwane, Limpopo.
We offer education in pre-primary, grades RR to Grade 12 and is registered with the Department of Education.
Plot 32, Myngenoegen,
PO Box 856,
Eagle’s Nest Christian School
We bless you with our prayers,
For Christ-centred education
And discipleship you’ve shared.
We thank you Lord for your guidance,
For this beacon light that shines,
With eagle’s grace we are soaring,
Over problems we might find.
Eagle’s Nest Christian School,
A beacon of God’s light,
A vision born from heaven,
May you always have your flight.
Isaiah 40:31- “Trust in the Lord”
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- Newsletter November 2015
- Newsletter September 2015
- Newsletter March 2015
- Newsletter Q1, 2019
- Newsletter Q2, 2019
- Newsletter T1, 2020
We have an IEB (Umalusi accredited) 100% pass rate for NSC Gr 12’s in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 (98%), 2018 (100%), 2019 (85%)
VISION AND MISSION
Eagles’s Nest Vision
To equip and enable learners to develop their full potential as Christian Leaders.
Eagle’s Nest Mission
It is the mission of Eagle’s Nest Christian School to equip learners through Christ centered education to develop in totality, that is, spirit, soul and body.
Eagle’s Nest Christian School will offer excellent and quality Christian education in a Christian atmosphere to prepare learners to succeed in future academic studies.
Learners are equipped with an integrated biblical worldview. Every aspect of the curriculum will be permeated with Biblical interpretation and to create opportunities to develop their God-given talents.
Eagle’s Nest Statement of Faith
We believe in:
The Holy Trinity, Eternal Father, Son and Holy Spirit, who created man in His image,
The Bible as God’s inspired and authoritative word, revealing Jesus Christ as the Son of God.
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Learners reach out locally and internationally by using games, literacy and numeracy, to uplift the community and spread the gospel.
Learners get the opportunity to put into practice that which they have learnt on outreaches. They visit Mosa (drop-in zone in Ga-Motiba), Samarian Centre (orphanage), and Kwela Bohloko (drop-in zone in Nobody) twice a week, accompanied by a trained educator, from 15:00 – 16:00.
Once a year, the high school learners goes to either Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia or other continents for outreach.