St John’s College was privileged to host some of the authors of Democracy Works: Rewiring Politics to Africa’s Advantage in conversation with our Sixth Form, Upper V and Lower Vs.
Grade 12 Physical Sciences students from across Southern Africa participated in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) / ISASA / St John’s College enrichment programme at the start of the year.
It is with great sadness that the Johannian community learns of the passing of Hugh Lewin at his home in Killarney on the 16th of January. Mr Lewin attended St John’s College from 1948 until 1957.
St John’s Sixth Form is delighted to announce our November 2018 AS and A Level Results.
The national end-of-year Matriculation results, both Independent Education Board (IEB) and National Senior Certificate (NSC) are always greeted with much fanfare and given considerable attention in print, electronic and social media.
The Annual St John's College Art Exhibition, which opened on Tuesday 23 October, piqued discussion, contemplation and reaction.
We said farewell to our matric Academy gents who have been with us for the past three years and wished them all the best in their final exams at the St John's College Academy Valedictory Mass in the Crypt Chapel.
St John's College has reconstituted the Transformation and Diversity Committee to be representative of all Johannians, serving as a sub-committee of Council.
The spirit of the 2018 Sixth Form Speech Day and Valedictory was epitomised by the involvement of our all students from all over Africa and beyond.
Two young men from Soweto flew the St John's College flag high when they took to the streets on their bikes to cover over 1 550km of ground for a very important cause.
Students at St John's College took time off from their desks and uniforms to prepare for the annual dance.
On the Night: St John's College put on a delightful display of magical lights.