St John’s College remembered Old Johannians who died in World War I and World War II at the the annual Remembrance Day service in The Memorial Chapel.
The past weekend saw an exciting junior basketball tournament take place at St David's Marist, Inanda featuring U15 teams from some of Gauteng's top boys' basketball schools.
The boys at St John's Prep are all fired up over the recently introduced #ICanMakeaDifference campaign.
The St John’s College Art Department hosted the annual art exhibition on the 21st of October 2019, a collection of magnificent works by the matric and Upper VI students.
The College said farewell to the Class of 2019 and their parents at an emotional Valedictory Mass in The Memorial Chapel.
St John’s College celebrated Speech Day at the Linder Auditorium on 15 October, always a highlight on the College academic calendar.
The St John’s College boys took to the corridors and quadrangles in the annual College Dash.
The St John’s College Academy matric gents celebrated the end of their time at St John's at a Valedictory Service in The Crypt Chapel.
St John's College is proud to present the Head of School and Second Prefect for 2020, Neal Burger (Alston) and Daanyaal Ballim (Fleming).
Students, staff and special guests welcomed Judge Edwin Cameron as the keynote speaker at the inaugural Hugh Lewin Memorial Human Rights lecture.
The St John's College Parents' Association, in collaboration with RMB, present Kulcha Afrika. Kulcha Afrika is a visual arts Exhibition, BUNKA KULCHA that will be open on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 August.
Professor Revil Mason is the recipient of this year’s Golden Eagle Award. Professor Mason is a renowned archaeologist whose most significant legacy is the unearthing of the history of Johannesburg, long before the discovery of gold, and making it easily accessible to those outside academia.