At the end of 2015, THE WAY Christian School began partnering with Highway Church, which shared the same vision to provide non-profit Christian-based education of the highest standards to Centurion families. In order to execute this combined vision effectively, it was decided to combine premises in Raslouw in 2016.
At THE WAY Christian School, we believe in a holistic approach to education. Our goal is to develop the whole individual and provide opportunities for students to grow and expand their horizons through 21st-century teaching methods – where communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity are nurtured and grown.
We offer the Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) syllabus, enriched with a biblical perspective for all grades, and plan to register with the Independent Examinations Board (IEB).
A few of the strong traditions we have built over the years include a meet-and-greet Family Braai at the beginning of the school year, a Big Walk/Spring Sprint fundraising event, a Dads & Daughters tea, Dads & Lads lunch, Moms’ High Tea, Goofy Games and Valentine’s Ball. These not only build team spirit, but help maintain discipline, promote positive school values, as well as ownership and inclusion from parents. Being an NPO (non-profit organisation) enables us to channel surplus funds into attracting educators of the highest standard and upgrading facilities in our classrooms and on our sports fields.
- CAPS Curriculum taught from a Biblical perspective
- Registered with Gauteng Department of Education
- Christian-based values
- Active Parents’ Forum
- Grades R – Grade 12
- SACE-registered educators
- Small classes (about 24 learners per class) in all phases
- Learner-centred education with teachers leading by example
- After school support is offered in English, Mathematics, Afrikaans and other subjects where the learner may be experiencing difficulty
The Way offers all subjects in the various phases as per the CAPS curriculum. We also believe in the value of experiential education, which engages students in hands-on experiences and reflection. This enables the learners to transfer theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom to real-world situations.