Mrs Agnes Nugent, Head of the St John's College Academy and co-ordinator of the Centenary Scholarship programme, retires.
VITA, the long-standing St John’s community publication, is back after a brief hiatus – now in a new, digital interactive format.
St John’s College not only remembered the Old Johannians who died in World War I and World War II this Remembrance Day, but also those who died in South Africa’s Liberation Struggle, the prisoners of conscience and for all the faithful departed.
Andi Qu was awarded the Standard Bank trophy and gold medal for placing first in the South African Programming Olympiad.
The St John's College Debating Team, who won the Gauteng Final, got to ring the Victory Bell at Amphitheatre, an honour reserved for students who have achieved the highest possible level of success in their discipline.
Welcome to the October edition of the College Classifieds, our digital publication that offers our community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
The St John’s College Academy celebrated their matric students at a special Valedictory Service in the Memorial Chapel.
The Music Department welcomes 'Goldilocks', their new harpsichord from Mr John Reid Coulter.
The St John's College school prefects hosted young women from Roedean and St Mary's Schools for a series of conversations in celebration of International Day of the Girl Child.
St John’s College celebrated Speech Day and a Valedictory Service for the Upper Vs and their parents and teachers at a wonderful event that took place at the College.
St John's College is proud to announce the School Prefects for 2021, wishing them all the best for their term in office.
St John’s College is sad to learn of the passing of James 'Jimmy' Gordon, who was the Director of Music at St John’s College for nearly 20 years.