“Thank you so much for believing in me, you are the reason I made it through” – Mtetwa Zoya 2020, Matriculant Bachelors Pass
Harolds Academy commenced in November 2016 with classes at Form 5 and Form 3 with a total enrolment of 60 students. Owing to excellent results and the pursuit to offer quality education in an enabling environment the intake has been progressively rising to over 250 students and is projected to increase. The Academy offers the South African Matric Curriculum and the Local Curriculum. The subject are demand driven and are in a bid to meet the diversity of needs.
Harolds Academy is strategy driven with its Vision, Mission and Values underpinning the Strategy.
· Vision: To provide quality educational and extracurricular activities that mould and prepare tomorrows leaders in a conducive and enabling environment.
· Mission: On a quest to achieve academic excellence.
· Values: Empathy, Trustworthy, Honesty and Integrity (Ethics)
The Academy offers the South African Matric Curriculum and the Local Curriculum. The subject are demand driven and are in a bid to meet the diversity of needs.
2.1 MATRIC GRADES 8 – 12 (SOUTH AFRICA CURRICULUM)
Harolds Academy offers the South African Matric Curriculum. Examinations are written in Eswatini at Grade 12. The Academy accommodates students from Eswatini, South Africa itself and neighbouring Mozambique wishing to pursue the Matric Curriculum. A range of subjects are offered by the Academy in order to enable students to pursue their careers of choice.
2.2 SGSCE FORM 1 – 5 (ESWATINI CURRICULUM)
The Academy also offers the Eswatini Curriculum for Forms 3 and Form 5. The Academy offers a well-balanced subject
choice to enable students to pursue carriers in Medicine, Engineering, Education, Sciences, Finance, Commercials and Business, Arts and Law amongst
2.3 REWRITES AND UPGRADING (FOR BOTH MATRIC AND SGSCE)
The Academy offers Upgrading and rewriting classes. Sustainable Development Goal number 4 is anchored on the provision of Quality Education and Sustainable Development Goal number 5 is centred on Gender Equality. The Academy values and subscribes to the Sustainable Development Goals and pursuant to Sustainable Development Goal Number 10 reduction in inequality realizes that the provision of quality education lessen Gender Inequality and reduces inequality. Thus the offing of Upgrading and Rewriting classes.
Parallel to the academic curriculum the Academy offers a diverse range of extracurricular activities and sports which are as follows;
· Netball and Basketball
Between St Michaels and MITC in Sterkstroom, Manzini, Eswatini, Plot #1 of Farm 1251 Manzini
Town Offices: Office #1, Summerplace Building, Machishane Street, Opposite Manzini Police Station.