All classrooms and offices are regularly fumigated daily against the Corona Virus pandemic.
Thank you to the SDC for sourcing sponsorship to repaint the Resource Centre.
PRIZE GIVING DAY 2020
Due to COVID 19, only prize winners attended the 2020 Awards Ceremony.
CBC COVID 19 AWARENESS MEASURES
- As the prefects body of CBC, we are deeply saddened by the passing of Mr Cyprianos, father to our outgoing Headboy, Denilson and CBC old boys, Andresious and Brendon. Having been so closely linked with the school and in particular, with the prefects body, losing him is more than losing a coach, more than losing […]Read More »
- Congratulations and well done to the 2019 CBC soccer team captain, Shaun Curtis Matika,for being awarded a four year fully financed Soccer Scholarship by Bethel University in Indianapolis, United States of America. Shaun will study a Bsc Computer Science degree. Shaun was promoted into the Eagles at the age of 15 in recognition of his […]Read More »
- Andile Maqhawe Dube, a CBC old boy and soon to be medical doctor has been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford in 2020. The Rhodes Scholarship is the oldest and perhaps most prestigious international scholarship programme, enabling outstanding young people from around the world to study at the University of Oxford. Andile […]Read More »
- The CBC hockey team, their parents, college management, board members and coaching staff gathered at the staff room for a dinner to thank the Skulls and their coaching staff for their commitment and hard work this season. The hockey teams have played very good games and have a number of their players in the Matland […]Read More »
- A photo of CBC swimmers (Joash Mckonie, Denilson Cyprianos, and Quintin Tayali) with their medals won from a swimming gala in Dubai over exeat weekend. Denilson won 2 gold medals and a bronze and broke a 17-year-old national record. Quintin won 1 gold and 1 silver medal. Joash won 2 bronze medals. Well done boys!Read More »
- The Eagles faced St John’s in the final in which they did everything right except to score. St John’s grabbed the winner towards the end of the second half as they took full advantage of their only clear chance. Throughout the tournament, the Eagles were admired by all fans, parents, staff, referees, and players for […]Read More »