“We have nothing left to steal, now the criminals have resorted to arson.
“I don’t think they will stop until there is nothing left of the school,” Jacobus said.
He said last year the school had reported eight break-ins where it suffered losses or damage.
“But we have had many more incidents.
“It does not matter if it’s holidays, or during the school term.
“We’ve even had incidents while students were writing exams and staff were on the premises.
“These criminals are just too brazen,” Jacobus said.
In a flurry of incidents last year, computers were stolen from admin rooms, lights ripped out of the ceilings in some classes, and in other incidents even the ceiling boards were taken.
All these damages were repaired at the end of the school year, only for the lights and equipment to be stolen again weeks later.