St John's College is proud to announce the recipients of the following scholarships that have been awarded to the young men who will be joining us in Remove in 2020.
St John's College celebrated Youth Day with a small group of students and parents attending Mass at St Francis of Assisi Anglican Church in Moroka, Soweto.
As part of their Youth Day celebrations, The Bridge Nursery School invited Siyakhuliswa Educare and Preschool to join them for a Sports Day.
An excited bunch of boys and staff from St John's Prep boarded buses to Soweto early on 11 June as part of their Youth Day celebrations.
Ydhan Naidoo recently took part in the International History and Geography Bee and Bowl European Division Championships in France, bringing back a silver and a bronze medal plus two shields for Geography and History in the Junior Varsity All Europe Championships.
Thomas Mahlomotja has been a familiar friendly face to many Johannians over the years. Thomas joined The Johannian Club from the Sandton Sun back in 1991 and took up his position behind the bar in The Boar’s Head.
The St John’s Prep boys, staff and honoured guests attended the “groundbreaking” ceremony of the new Prep building this morning, an exciting state-of-the-art facility that will serve the Johannian Community for years to come.
St John's College held a mock election ahead of the voting day on Wednesday, where each student voted for the party of their choice.
Mr Bob Bell (OJ, 1945, Thomson; Sixth Form, 1946), St John’s College’s oldest living rugby captain, has passed away at the age of 91.
The St John’s College Academy is proud to announce that four of our young graduates have graduated from university in the past four weeks. These young men joined the Academy in their Grade 10 year and matriculated in 2014 and 2015.
Elizabeth Camilla Macfarlane (Kim, Kimmy, Timmie), beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, passed away peacefully at the age of 82 years on 4 April 2019 in Sherwood House, Kenilworth, Cape Town.
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of Norman McFarland yesterday afternoon. “Legend” is a horribly overused word, but Norman was a truly great schoolmaster who had a profound and lasting influence, not only on the young men that he taught but also on so many of his colleagues.