Welcome to the Rampant Lions Club
The Howick High Past Pupils Association, known as the Rampant Lions Club, was officially revived in 2007, to promote good fellowship between past pupils of Howick High School and generally to promote and maintain close relations between members of the Association, teachers past and present and the school.
Click on the link below for further details of the programme.
To ensure that you are kept up to date with arrangements,
email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Name and Surname (maiden & married)
In which year you matriculated
A Rampant Lion's Club Fundraising Initiative:
You can order your 'Brick in the Wall' name plaque which will appear in the Dave Mayo Centre at Howick High.
This is a black perspex plaque with your first name and last name (maiden name in the case of women) and the year in which you matriculated (or would have matriculated) at Howick High engraved in gold text.
The cost to order one is ...
The Past Pupils Association is proud that Howick High School is considered to be one of the top educational schools in the KZN Midlands and, in light of the many hardships facing today’s state schools, it is through community support that schools such as Howick High not only maintain their standard but continue to improve.
For a town to be successful it needs top quality schools. A town with a school like Howick High (listed as one of the top 100 schools in South Africa) provides an obvious benefit for all residents and businesses. Public spirited people, who care about our town and community, are therefore working together to ensure that our school, Howick High, goes from strength to strength.
Howick High’s first Head Boy, Paul van der Riet (Class of 1969), approached the Past Pupils Association to assist with the formation of a trust fund to support Howick High School financially.
The Howick High Past Pupils Association worked on a special project to build a deck off the front of the Dave Mayo Centre, overlooking the Rugby Fields. With the support of engineer, Mr Scott Taylor, who drew the plans free of charge, and the generous donation of all the timber by past pupil, Brendon Raw (Class of 1986) we were able to get bring the project to fruition. Funds raised at the Jason Hartman concert in 2009 were used to cover a major portion of the costs and we received numerous donations from past pupils and business organisations. The project was completed in 2013 and we would like to thank the following for making it all possible: