West Coast Campus as it is known today was built in 2004 and opened in 2005.
A major emphasis is placed on the individual student reaching his/her full potential and a very comprehensive special education unit has been set up for this purpose. This department is used to diagnose any individual learning deficiencies at the earliest possible age and to set to work on an Individual Education Plan to rectify these deficiencies and to closely monitor the progress of the student throughout the years following.
Additional to our desire for maximising student potential, is our desire for providing the same level of support and training to our staff to maximise teaching effectiveness through training and professional development. The use of up-to-date video conferencing equipment for campus-to-campus communication and specialist subject teaching broadens the subject range for senior students and makes best use of our human and material resources nationwide.
Opportunities also exist for teachers who are interested in taking up the challenge of teaching by video conferencing either full or part time in their area of expertise.
The success of every school largely hinges on the co-operation, communication and cohesion of all its members and West Coast Campus boasts a large number of voluntary support personnel, in the form of librarians, canteen workers, bus drivers, caretakers and teacher aides.