Parents will be happy to hear that Waterfall also offers a choice of private schools on the property.

Reddam House is internationally acclaimed with impressive results in both South Africa and Australia. Launched in January 2012, Reddam House Waterfall is co-educational and non-denominational, consisting of an Early Learning School, Preparatory School and College, catering for Stage 1 to Grade 12 students. The school offers a diverse, stimulating subject choice along with a wide array of sporting and cultural activities ranging from water polo and dressage to drama and graphic design. Classes are restricted to a maximum of 25 students per teacher, ensuring individual attention. Resident children are able to walk or ride their bikes along cycle routes to school without ever having to leave the secure perimeter of Waterfall.

Curro Waterfall is a new Primary School managed by the JSE-listed independent-school operator, Curro Holdings, which opened its doors in January 2017. This co-educational school currently caters for Grade R – Grade 7, while higher grades will be phased in annually. Curro Waterfall is an English medium independent school based on a Christian ethos. In line with its core values and approach to 21st Century learning, the school offers an advanced mathematics, science, technology and language programme, giving learners that extra advantage over others. Since sport and cultural activities are viewed as key to developing all-round balanced individuals, Curro provides an extensive extra-curricular programme.

Curro’s Nursery School, Curro Castle Waterfall, has been in operation since January 2016. It caters for both Afrikaans and English learners aged 3 months to 5 years and offers a sanctuary for children during the day while parents are working, with state-of-the-art facilities in a safe environment.

St Peter’s College is another option open to Waterfall Parents with teenage children. Located just outside the development off Maxwell Drive, St Peter’s College is an independent co‐educational day school linked to the Anglican Church, drawing on the strengths and ethos of the St Peter’s Boys and Girls Prep schools. The College enrolment is currently about 630 students from ages 13 to 18. At St Peter’s they focus on personal achievement within an environment that balances high academic standards with sport, music, culture and the development of each child as an individual. A clearly defined value system, comprised of respect for each individual, courtesy as well as honest and open communication underpins their ethos.