Premium private school in Cape Town

REDDAM HOUSE ATLANTIC SEABOARD

Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard is a premium private school in Green Point, Cape Town. Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard offers a balanced, holistic, innovative learning experience, encouraging students to realize their unique gifts, talents and abilities in pursuit of academic excellence.

Located on the slopes of Signal Hill, with views over the Green Point Eco-Park as well as Table Bay, our location provides a picturesque, tranquil learning environment. Blending local learning experiences with international best-practice, providing a balance between strong values and innovative thinking, Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard offers unique, contemporary, progressive educational opportunities, dedicated pastoral care and a family-like support structure.

We provide premium education from Age 1 to Grade 12 to families living in the Waterfront, Green Point, Atlantic Seaboard, De Waterkant, Mouille point, Zooneboom areas.

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EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENT

• 2 New Early Learning School classrooms
• A piazza
• New administration offices

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A FEW WORDS FROM OUR FOUNDER

“The strength and consistency of the Reddam House Group’s educational principles are largely due to the solid foundation laid by a strong team of skilled and experienced educators. While independent schools are rightly proud of their tradition, the Reddam Group’s education system has been deconstructed, every part examined and reassembled as a new super-performing, global operation. As a result of our continuous success and achievements, “excellence” has become a word we use unashamedly.”

— Graeme Crawford, Reddam House Founder
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Reddam House Atlantic Seaboard is an Inspired School, a leading global premium schools group operating in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America educating over 50,000 students across a global network of more than 70 schools.