Glenwood High School has confirmed it has expelled pupils who misrepresented their age to gain admission, including two who represented KZN at the U13 Craven Week.
On Wednesday, Glenwood Preparatory School issued an apology in a parents letter sent out by principal Noel Ingle, who confirmed the two pupils were enrolled at the school in Grade 6 in 2018 and fielded in the school’s sporting teams in 2018 and 2019.
They also played for the KZN U13 Craven Week team that won the unofficial final.
SARugbymag.co.za understands that bone-density tests were conducted on the boys and that they were found to be in their late teens.
It’s been reported that the overage boys were also part of the reason why DHS recently decided to sever all sporting and cultural ties with Glenwood High.
In total, four Grade 8 boys were found to have falsified their identity documents and were removed from the school with immediate effect.