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Camps Bay High SchoolCamps Bay High School:

Camps Bay High School is a prominent secondary educational institution, located in the self-sufficient suburb of Camps Bay, looking out at the ocean over the white beach sands.

Surrounded by the Twelve Apostles mountain range and situated at the foot of the African continent, Camps Bay High School (CBHS) is a charming and satisfying education facility. Offering sports such as volleyball and rugby, beach activities including lifesaving and marine conservation, and unrivaled educational instruction, CBHS extends the same warmth one can expect from the Camps Bay community.

Tel: 021 438 1507

Camps Bay Public LibraryCamps Bay Public Library:

There is no better way to spend an evening, than curled up in the setting sun, enthralled by a good novel. For a complete range of genres, in a fantastic variety of languages, go to the Camps Bay Public Library and be swept away. Not only are there books available, but CDs, DVDs, videotapes, magazines, and a steady Internet connection.
The Camps Bay Public library is well stocked with books from contemporary authors; it is a good place to browse about Africa; there is a lot of travel and cultural information about Cape Town, Camps Bay and South Africa; There is also a special section for children

Easily accessible to the public, the library is a Camps Bay community venture with a special place in many
local    residents’ hearts.

Tel: 021 438 1511

Camps Bay Theatre on the BayTheatre on the Bay:

Home to some of the best shows in Cape Town, the beautifully designed Theatre on the Bay also boasts the decadent Act I Theatre Café. Currently showing the classic Jesus Christ Superstar, and a variety of other smaller productions, the Theatre on the Bay is well known for its quality of theatre and superior local talent.

Enjoy a relaxing and comfortable pre-show dinner in the evening lights of Camps Bay, and then enjoy a spellbinding production. Wrap your evening up with a hot chocolate, or a nightcap at Dietrich’s, the house bar.

Tel: 021 438 3301