History
Copyright Dale College 2019
Contact
Phone: 043 642 1968 Email: office@dalecollege.co.za
Dale   is   pleased   to   announce   Mr   Garth   Shaw   as   the   new Headmaster.   Garth   hails   from   Queenstown,   and   spent   his entire   schooling   at   Queen's   College,   where   he   matriculated in   2002. After   school   he   went   on   to   do   a   B.Sc   (Education   - Mathematics)   at   the   University   of   Stellenbosch,   later   also completing   an   Honours   Degree   in   School   Management. The   largest   chunks   of   his   teaching   career   have   been   spent at   Paarl   Boys   High   School   and   at   Claremont   High   School. While   teaching   full   time   at   Claremont   High,   he   has   also been   working   part-time   on   a   PhD   in   school   management, and     the     provision     of     education     to     poorly     positioned learners.   Garth   is   married   to   Marionelle,   has   three   young future Dalians.
The first school established in Kingwilliamstown was a military school in the military reserve; to teach the drummer and band boys, and such of the Privates as wished to learn to read and write. By July 1859 good schools have recently been opened in King Williams Town, for young persons of both sexes.   6 Sept, 1877. Foundation stone of Dale College was laid by the Governor, Sir Bartle Frere The Headmaster RH Fuller announced that Sir Langham Dale had consented to his name being used to name the school.  Dale College Building in Queen痴 Road officially opened. November 1879 Dale College defeated Alberts Cricket Club Team by  22 runs 31 July 1880. Rugby. Dale College vs. The Ever Ready Club (an adult Team) July 1890 Rev. J. G. Sutton (Bob) appointed Headmaster. Reigned for 22 ½ years; 31 boys in 1890 while in 1912 there were 250 boys (+/- 100 borders) 30 August 1891. Rugby Dale College vs. Queenstown Public School (Became Queens College in 1910) 1892, Rugby Dale College vs. East London Public School (Became Selborne College in 1907) 24 July 1893  Founding of the Old Dalian Union. February 1894 - School colours are changed from Chocolate and Blue to Red Black. 1904 Formation of the School Board 1907 – New Dale College Building on Albert Road acquired. Foundation Stone laid  20 March 1907 by Mr. J W Weir. 1908 - This fine red brick Albert Road building – Dale College - was designed by Sir Herbert Baker. Officially opened by Dr Thomas Muir, Superintendent of Education of the Cape Colony. 1911 - Dale College Rugby Jersey introduced. Black with narrow Red hoops. 27 February 1959 – Foundation Stone laid for “New” Dale College building. 1960 - New Dale College opened.
2019 brings a new era to Dale College with a new headmaster, Garth Shaw. The website will be updated with a modern new look. So watch this space.
Garth Shaw
History
Copyright Dale College 2019
Contact
Phone: 043 642 1968 Email: office@dalecollege.co.za
Dale   is   pleased   to   announce   Mr   Garth   Shaw   as   the   new Headmaster.   Garth   hails   from   Queenstown,   and   spent   his entire   schooling   at   Queen's   College,   where   he   matriculated in   2002.   After   school   he   went   on   to   do   a   B.Sc   (Education   - Mathematics)   at   the   University   of   Stellenbosch,   later   also completing    an    Honours    Degree    in    School    Management. The   largest   chunks   of   his   teaching   career   have   been   spent at   Paarl   Boys   High   School   and   at   Claremont   High   School. While   teaching   full   time   at   Claremont   High,   he   has   also been   working   part-time   on   a   PhD   in   school   management, and     the     provision     of     education     to     poorly     positioned learners.   Garth   is   married   to   Marionelle,   has   three   young future Dalians.
The first school established in Kingwilliamstown was a military school in the military reserve; to teach the drummer and band boys, and such of the Privates as wished to learn to read and write. By July 1859 good schools have recently been opened in King Williams Town, for young persons of both sexes.   6 Sept, 1877. Foundation stone of Dale College was laid by the Governor, Sir Bartle Frere The Headmaster RH Fuller announced that Sir Langham Dale had consented to his name being used to name the school.  Dale College Building in Queen痴 Road officially opened. November 1879 Dale College defeated Alberts Cricket Club Team by  22 runs 31 July 1880. Rugby. Dale College vs. The Ever Ready Club (an adult Team) July 1890 Rev. J. G. Sutton (Bob) appointed Headmaster. Reigned for 22 ½ years; 31 boys in 1890 while in 1912 there were 250 boys (+/- 100 borders) 30 August 1891. Rugby Dale College vs. Queenstown Public School (Became Queens College in 1910) 1892, Rugby Dale College vs. East London Public School (Became Selborne College in 1907) 24 July 1893  Founding of the Old Dalian Union. February 1894 - School colours are changed from Chocolate and Blue to Red Black. 1904 Formation of the School Board 1907 – New Dale College Building on Albert Road acquired. Foundation Stone laid  20 March 1907 by Mr. J W Weir. 1908 - This fine red brick Albert Road building – Dale College - was designed by Sir Herbert Baker. Officially opened by Dr Thomas Muir, Superintendent of Education of the Cape Colony. 1911 - Dale College Rugby Jersey introduced. Black with narrow Red hoops. 27 February 1959 – Foundation Stone laid for “New” Dale College building. 1960 - New Dale College opened.
Garth Shaw
2019 starts a new era for Dale College with a new headmaster, Garth Shaw. The website will be updated with a modern new look.So watch this space
Dale College Boy’s High School
Dale College Boy’s High School