Harold Cressy High School is a secondary school in District Six of Cape Town, South Africa. The Cape Town Secondary School was founded in January 1951.
The school played a major role in South African history during the apartheid era, and the structure has been listed as a significant landmark.
The school is historically significant in terms of its social, environmental, cultural, and political importance. The school is synonymous with the public memory of forced removals, segregation, and academic achievement, and it reflects resistance to apartheid legislation.
Address: 103 Roeland St, Central, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Phone: +27 21 461 3810
Number of students: 700
Colors: White, Maroon
School type: State school