In 1964 Mr. Grant Levay established a school that would meet the needs of children that he felt were academically capable, but not reaching their full potential. After 60 years, Grantley College continues to offer support to learners of great potential, who need a small class environment, and their individual needs met.

Grantley College is a registered non-profit organization, that relies on the fees parents pay and the donations of kind benefactors.  The school is governed by a Board elected from the parent body and managed on a day-to-day basis by the Principal and the Lead Team.

Although the method of teaching and learning may have changed, in the past 59 years, the mission and vision of this small school remains, and always will remain, steadfast – To offer a premier high school experience, including our College programme, along with comprehensive learning support, in a compassionate environment.

A Message from the Principal

A Message from the Principal

This year Grantley College celebrates it’s 60th anniversary!

60 years of supporting young people to be the best that they can be.  Listening to dreams and offering the support to make those dreams come true.

No!  it is not all sunshine and roses – it is hard work, grit and determination.  It is about finding alternate journeys to the same destination – Personal Success.

While the world around us changes, my staff and I are committed to offering world class education, in a compassionate structured environment, with comprehensive support – for the next 60 years!

Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.  We would love to chat.

Mrs Visser

Principal and Future Maker.


Grantley College is an accredited, independent LSEN high school offering a supported mainstream curriculum from Grade 8 - 12. Grantley College caters for students who are in need of an education, with tailor made individual support, designed to unlock their full potential.

Grantley College follows the CAPS curriculum and offers a comprehensive range of subjects from Grade 10 to Grade 12 leading to the matric qualification.

Weekdays: 07:00 - 15:30pm