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The Guided System of Home and Private Education
Grade 0 to Matric


School years teach children so much more than just academics. They learn the basics of who they will become as adults, and the lessons learnt as children stay with them for the rest of their lives. Are you certain that your children are in the best hands? Are they being trained up in the way they should go? Are their minds, spirits and souls being cared for?

Are you concerned about any of the following:

  A decline in the academic standards
Schoolyard bullying
The lack of individual attention in class
The introduction of interfaith and humanism
Lawless peer pressure
The need for instruction based on Christian values and principles
Moral decay and lack of discipline
Rising costs

If you are, and have not already discovered the solution to your concerns by HOME SCHOOLING

Why not start now?

Since 1996, home schooling has become an increasingly popular solution to quality education in South Africa, and Theocentric Christian Education has been at the forefront of this movement. TCE is also one of the few home education systems that don’t leave you in the lurch when your children reach senior high school age, but take them right through Matric. Our curriculum has proven itself worthy time and again not only of creating successful graduates of S.A. children, but also of providing these pupils with the tools to enable them to reach their goals, enter their chosen universities and succeed in their futures.

For more information on home schooling, feel free to contact us and we will gladly help you find the best solution to your child’s educational needs.

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