It was built on the site of the mansion that had been designed for Barney Barnatothe mining millionaire.
The large stone mansion, Johannesburg girls built for the Randlord Barnato, would not be used as he died before the completion of the mansion due to mysterious circumstances. The stone mansion had been located in Berea, Johannesburg and was finished under the supervision of Solly JoelBarney Barnato's nephew and was known as the Joel house.
Johannesburg girls premises had been used for a time during the Second Boer War from — as a British Officers' convalescent home and later as temporary premises for the sister school King Edward VII school while its present-day buildings were being erected in Houghton.
At a later period the property had been donated to the Transvaal Department of Education to Johannesburg girls used as an educational institution which had been founded by Miss Fanny Buckland Johannesburg girls in Jeppe Street just fourteen months after Johannesburg's birth.
They moved with 30 children to a church building in Kirk Street and in became Cleveland School after a benefactressand eventually.
Johannesburg Girls' School in Barnato Park in Fanny Buckland was principal and taught for 35 years. She retired in With the growth of the school, it had to be re-located about three Johannesburg girls before ending up in on its present site in Berea. The Johannesburg girls preparatory school which was known as the younger sister school was separated from the high school Johannesburg girls and moved opposite the school in After the first hectic scramble for Johannesburg's gold-bearing land, the Randlords sought less spectacular profits through turning their surplus landholdings to real estate.
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The Johannesburg Consolidated investment Company headed by the Johannesburg girls Barney Barnato, laid out the township of Berea in the s as a better-class suburb that they hope would rival Rand Mines' Parktown. Among its attractions was a public recreation ground, Barnato Park.
The large stone mansion, built in classical English country-house style, served from till its demolition in as the borders' residence of the Johannesburg High School for Girls. The original five-hectare park was elaborately laid out with lawns, statuary, shrubberies, a 'Ladies Mile' for riding a Johannesburg girls big enough for boating.
Barney Barnato neither saw his home completed nor lived in it; in he threw himself into the Atlantic from a London-bound liner and drowned. After his death it Johannesburg girls the name of his nephew and heir Solly Joel, who later presented the mansion and park to the Government to commemorate the Union of South Africa.
Before the school moved in duringJoel House had been used Johannesburg girls a time during the Second Boer War as a British Officers' convalescent home and later as temporary premises for King Edward VII boys' school while its present-day buildings were being erected in Houghton.
The centre of the school was Joel House Mansion, Which pupils had lived in, Johannesburg girls sadly in the Joel House was condemned as a health hazard and demolished shortly afterwards.
It is the oldest girls' school in the city, founded by Miss Fanny Buckland in Jeppe Street just fourteen months after Johannesburg's birth.