St John’s College is a world-class Christian, African school founded in 1898. The school accepts boys from Grade 0 to Grade 12 into the Pre-Preparatory, Preparatory and the College, and accepts boys and girls in The Bridge Nursery School and Sixth Form.
St John’s numbers among South Africa’s pre-eminent schools, with a reputation for excellence extending well beyond the country’s borders.
Based in Houghton, Johannesburg, St John’s follows the rich traditions of the Anglican Church. Teaching is based on sound values and morals and the Anglican ethos of respect and care, while also celebrating the traditions of other faith communities to encourage mutual understanding and tolerance.
St John's College and COVID-19
The St John's College campus is open under strict COVID-19 protocols, however in response to the National State of Disaster, as declared by President Cyril Ramaphosa, some of our staff are still working remotely.
Staff are contactable via our regular email addresses between 07h30 and 16h30 daily.
For more information on COVID-19, statistics and related government press releases, please visit sacoronavirus.co.za.
St John's College conceptualises an installation that requires the viewer, quite literally, to place their feet in Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's shoes.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Sandile Sibeko (OJ Nash) on Saturday 23 January 2021.
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital was among the first of South Africa’s public hospitals to prepare itself to admit pregnant women with Covid-19, rewriting the neonatal rulebook in the process. Vita talked to OJ (Alston, 2003), Dr Robin Saggers, Paediatrician and Neonatology Fellow at Charlotte Maxeke.