Rustenburg High School for Girls endorses the idea of a well-rounded and balanced education, and strong extra-curricular involvement, whether cultural, service-oriented or sporting, form an important part of this balance. The wide range of Societies and Service organisations accommodate all the interests of Rustenburg girls. 2016 Societies and Service Committees
This team manages the sound and lighting for all school functions, from assembly presentations to parent-teacher meetings and the Inter-House Drama Festival.
Senior Consumer Studies learners (Grades 10 to 12) are responsible for catering at numerous school events and functions, including the Founder’s Day tea and dinner, the welcoming function for new parents, the Mother-and-Daughters’ Tea and various Awards functions.
Bug’s Boutique School Shop
A group of learners who deliver a service to the school shop by helping with stock counting and unpacking of new stock.
First Aid Team
Th First Aid Team receives basic First Aid training and is present at sports home matches to provide First Aid support.
The Computer Monitresses receive basic computer maintenance and troubleshooting training. They offer their time voluntarily to be of service to girls working in the computer labs before school, during breaks and after school. The Computer Monitresses assist with: Maintaining a…
The hub of the school boasts a team of highly efficient monitresses skilled in librarianship and renowned for their commitment and high service ethic. The research and PR skills acquired by them are of enormous benefit in their tertiary studies…
Free extra lessons, usually provided by senior Rustenburg girls in Grades 10 to 12, are available to Rustenburg learners. The sessions take place on the school property and are available for a wide range of academic subjects.
The members of the Photographic Team submit work for a formal bi-termly critique where techniques are evaluated and voting takes place for the most experimental Photographer of the Month. The Photographic Team also provides photographic services to the school and…
Tuck shop monitresses begin their service in Grade 9 and continue through to Grade 12. They help with sales and the preparation of lunch orders.