Riyaadh Gani (Runge 2022), one of our top-performing A Level students, organised a free glucose testing drive in Lenasia at the end of last year, which residents, especially those in informal settlements, were encouraged to attend.
The St John’s College Community is saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Kiernan Forbes (Alston 2006), better known to his fans as AKA, on Friday night.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of John Henry Gordon (Nash 1953) on 30 January 2023.
St John's College proudly presents the inaugural High-Performance Summit on 10 and 11 March, two full days featuring eminent and influential high-performance practitioners as they share their knowledge on all things high-performance and what makes student-athlete development vital to the future success of South African sports.
This year’s Community Mass was extra special as it marked the beginning of our 125th-anniversary celebrations at St John’s College, a time to reflect on where we have come from and to look forward to where we are headed.
We are incredibly proud of our matrics in the St John’s College Academy Class of 2022, who, despite enduring the hardships of the pandemic, has returned a fantastic set of results in their final matric examinations. Our young men joined us back at St John’s for a celebratory lunch in their honour.
St John's College is proud to present the teams participating in the 26th St John's College Easter Rugby Festival, proudly sponsored by Standard Bank, as part of our 125th celebrations.
St John's College Academy students Zandile Habile and Tshepang Mokoto achieved distinctions in Further Studies Mathematics Standard (formerly AP Maths) in 2022.
Stuart Phipson achieved an average of 90% and eight distinctions. He was featured on the IEB Commendable Achievements list and included in the top 1% of candidates per subject list in Mathematics. He achieved 99% in his final Mathematics examination.
Zeyn Mahomed achieved an average of 90.2% and seven distinctions. He also featured in the IEB top 1% of candidates per subject for English Home Language and Life Orientation.
Darren Peng achieved an average of 90.4% and eight distinctions and was featured on the IEB Commendable Achievements list for achieving within the top 5% in five subjects.