St John’s College honoured Old Johannian Mr Owen Nkumane (OJ, Clayton, 1994) by naming the terraces above Burger Field The Owen Nkumane Terrace at Gaudy Day in 2019. SA Rugby Legends caught up with Mr Owen Nkumane to chat about his rugby career, being honoured by his alma mater, and his time at St John's College.
St John's College is proud to present the St John's College Basketball Tournament – a four day festival of fun from 27 February to 1 March.
St John's College hosted the Inter-House Gala on Friday 24 January, a festive event, despite the weather.
The address to St John's College and St John's Sixth Form from Neal Burger, Head of School, at the first assembly of the new academic year.
St John’s College celebrated a splendid Community Mass on Burger Field, set against the iconic backdrop of the northern facade of the school with the The Visitor, The Right Revd Dr Steve Moreo, Bishop of Johannesburg as celebrant.
St John's College is proud to welcome Mr Stuart West as its 16th Executive Headmaster.
The #Classof2019 have returned an exceptional set of matric results with a 100 percent pass rate and a phenomenal total of 483 distinctions (80 percent or higher achieved in a subject) of which 142 were A+ distinctions (90 percent or higher achieved in a subject).
St John's College, recently re-awarded Blue Chip School status by Cricket South Africa, is delighted to learn that two of its students have been selected for the international U19 cricket squads to compete in the ICC World Cup next year.
From the Headmaster's Desk: The final Michaelmas Term Newsletter from Mr Paul Edey, 15th Headmaster of St John's College.
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 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.