LSI College
LSI Contact Information
Independent Secondary School

Learning Strategies International (L.S.I. College)
EMIS: 700400448

Registered Independent Secondary School
Learning Strategies International College is registered with the Gauteng Department of Education as an Independent Secondary School. The Colleges registration number is EMIS: 700400448

Up to 50% bursary given to qualifying students
Contact the principal to find out how to qualify for a bursary
Number of bursaries are limited

LSI College was founded in 1996 by Marc Hanscombe and is situated behind Mountainview Shopping Centre, Corner of 14th Avenue and Weltevreden Road, Northcliff.


South African Curriculum Year
Grade 8 2013 and future
Grade 9 2013 and future
Grade 10 2014 and Future
Grade 11 2014 and Future
Grade 12 2014 and Future


Small Classes
We are a purely academic institution and pride ourselves on our small classes. We keep a teacher to student ratio of 1:20 to ensure all students receive the attention they need and deserve to achieve.

LSI College teachers are experienced and SACE registered. Parents will receive the email addresses and cellular numbers for convenience. We recommend that you keep in constant contact with your child’s teacher for information and progress.


Reports Type Dates Issued

Weekly reports are emailed on Friday/Saturday reflecting your child’s exercise results, test results and general behavior
Term Reports Term 1: April, Term 2: July, Term 3: October, Term 4: December
End of Year December


Our students do not need to wear uniforms to school. The dress code is casual civvies wear.

Recreation Centre
LSI College has a fantastic recreation area for its students to enjoy and make the most of before and after school and during break times. There are a range of activities to enjoy that include a pool table, table tennis, as well as a games area set up with chess, board games, 30 Seconds and card games. There are couches, tables and chairs where students can relax and chat.

LSI College has its own café which supplies the students with cold drinks, flavoured and plain water, sweets, chips and fruit. Student may also order foods during the first break from the neighbouring restaurants which will be delivered second break.