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OFFERING A ROUNDED AND DESIRABLE EDUCATION TO BOYS
Small towns on main arterial routes are often known by name and by certain obvious characteristics. King William’s Town is such a town, but one of the characteristics which is not immediately obvious because of its situation off the main road, is Dale College.
A small detour from the main road will bring one into the vicinity of the campus. Closest to the centre of town is Dale Junior. The distinctive red-brick buildings of Dale Junior are a Herbert Baker design and a national monument. Further on up the same road, past D.V. Taylor House, the junior hostel, one will come to the high school fields. There are four rugby fields with the recently refurbished Malcom Andrew Sports Centre adjacent to the A field. A closer inspection of the sports facilities will reveal that there are also cricket nets, a hockey astro, squash courts, an athletics track and an Olympic size swimming pool. The junior school also has two rugby fields and cricket nets adjacent to the high school facilities. Read more......