Adams College KZN is a historic Christian mission school in South Africa, associated with the United Congregational Church of Southern Africa. It was founded in 1853 at Amanzimtoti a settlement just over 20 miles south of Durban by an American missionary. The settlement there is known as Adams Mission.
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- Number of Adams Teachers: 48
- Number of Students:
- Physical Address: Adams Mission, Amanzimtoti, 4125
- Local Municipality: Ethekwini
- City: Durban, KZN
- Adams College website: https://www.adamscollege.co.za
- Facebook Page: https://web.facebook.com/Adams-College-171692612913586/photos
Adams College School Fees & Hostel Fees
For application fees at Adams College, The Principal Mr/s B. S Ndimande has all the information readily available. Send email direct on the form below.
Adams College Contact Contact Details
The Principal: B. S Ndimande
Physical Address: Adams Mission, Amanzimtoti, 4125
Postal Address: Private Bag X20013, Amanzimtoti, 4125
Adams College Uniform
Grey, white and red
Adams college boarding school fees
The fees starts from R500 depending on your bursary and grades, fill in the form above.
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Adams College History
King Shaka once stopped to drink from the river that flows not far from Adams College. He called the water “sweet” to the taste, using a Zulu word that would come to be Amanzimtoti, where our school has stood for 160 years. Celebrating our heritage is to taste the sweetness again.
We are a school of many inspirational firsts: the first in the region to teach math and science to Africans, to offer co-education (as early as 1910), provide matric to Africans (1931), hire black teachers and promote them, and to emphasize the role of sports and the arts in a well-rounded education. Adams College has produced a galaxy of African leaders and icons that have helped liberate and develop southern Africa.
Truly our alumni are a role call of excellence in leadership and achievement. Minister of Arts & Culture, Paul Mashatile, recently called upon all South Africans to “preserve and promote” the heritage of this great school for ours is a proud African institution, fostering excellence and achievement throughout the sub-continent. Such cross-border influence, impacting the history of nations, is unprecedented for a little mission school founded 160 years ago in Amanzimtoti.