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Eveline High School

22 September 2021

Eveline High School is a girls high school in Bulawayo, founded in 1910. It was opened and named after Lady Eveline Milton, the wife of Lord Milton, which Milton High School is named after. They are in Bulawayo Metropolitan Province.

Eveline High School crest

See High Schools Of Zimbabwe.
See List of Secondary and High Schools in Zimbabwe and Contact Numbers.
See Association of Trust Schools.
See Zimbabwe Top 100 O' Level Schools. (November 2018)

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Location

(September 2021)
Address: Cnr Leopold Takawira Ave / Samuel Parirenyatwa St, PO Box 577, Bulawayo.
Telephone: +263 29 2230562
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History

1910 The school was opened on 27 July 1910, by Lady Eveline Milton who consented to the school bearing her name. At the opening there was a staff of 8. In 1970 the staff were 72.

At first 207 pupils were enrolled, in 1970 there were over 1,000 pupils. School fees in 1918 were about £2.15.0 a term and in 1918 there were four terms.

Miss Langdon decided upon the school colours – she chose Selous’ Pioneer Colours or as near she could do from a faded purgaree (hat-band) shown to her by a pioneer. These colours were chosen because Eveline was the Pioneer High School for girls under the Southern Rhodesian Education Department.

At first, Eveline had no hostel, so St. Margaret's Hostel had to be rented. In 1911 the Eveline Hostel (later called Langdon) was built but this was soon inadequate so after 1913 nine cottages nearby were also rented. In 1923 Northward Hostel was built and named after Rhodes’ continual "Northward" gaze.

In 1928 McIntosh House was built and named after Mr. D. McInitosh, an Inspector of Schools. The Junior Boarding Hostel was Newcombe House. In 1938 the Kindergarten and Junior classes were moved to Coghlan School to give more room to the Seniors. In 1931 the House system was inaugurated. There were four houses – Athlone, Buxton, Gladstone and Selborne, all named after former Governor-Generals of South Africa. They included boarders and day scholars. In 1942 they were re-organised – Langdon, McIntosh, and Northward became Boarder Houses; Buxton, Gladstone and Selborne were reserved for day scholars. In 1952 two new houses were added – Athlone and Connaught.

Like the other schools, Eveline had houses and uniforms. Scholars wore a brown serge (in the winter) gymslip with a brown girdle over a cream blouse, black shoes and white socks, in winter they wore those horrible brown stockings. Summer brought brown cotton dresses with cream cuffs and peter pan collar. Eveline was in Borrow Street, Bulawayo where most of the Government schools were.

The day houses were Buxton - Red Gladstone - Purple Selbourne - Green

Boarding houses were McIntosh - Blue Northward - Gold Langdon - White

Pupils diamond shaped badges that were worn to show which house they we were in, the diamond would lie on its side.

School Grounds

Grounds, buildings,

Students / Teachers / Courses

Student body, number and ages Staff,

  • courses offered, to what levels.


Events

Founders Day, sports day, extra-curricular activities.

Associations

Former students, Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/6382418667/

Other information

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