Thanks to you our amazing St John's College community, we managed to raise R7 058 747 on our first-ever Giving Day with nine ‘matching’ funders, 543 donors and 22 teams from 10 different countries!
St John's College is hosting its first-ever Giving Day at 08h00 am on Thursday, 9 November, where we aim to raise R5 million in just 36 hours, and we can’t do it without your support!
Gather your friends and family and join us at St John's for Light on the Night on Saturday, 30 September 2023, as 125 years of history is transformed into an extraordinary fusion of lights and music projected onto the northern facade of our iconic heritage buildings with Mango Groove and our St John's College bands live on stage.
As we celebrate 125 years of excellence at St John's College, we are delighted to introduce you to our remarkable collection of 125 Wines.
The recent appointment of Old Johannian and former Cape Cobras and Lions batsman Omphile Ramela (Hodgson 2006) as the new Chief Executive Officer of Border Cricket is a proud moment for St John’s College.
Gaudy Day is a cherished tradition that fosters a sense of camaraderie as our Old Johannians come together to reminisce and celebrate their shared love of St John’s.
St John's College and the Old Johannian Association are pleased to announce the 2023 Golden Eagle Award winners: Dr Gus Mills and The Thompson Family.
As St John's College celebrates its 125th year, we look forward to inviting our Old Johannian community back to St John's to reminisce and celebrate our shared love for this fine institution.
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.
The Johannian Community is saddened to learn of the passing of John Stuart Kane-Berman (Head of Alston 1963).
It was wonderful welcoming our Old Johannians and greater community back to St John’s for Gaudy Day after two Covid years.
Today we remember Old Johannian Nicholas Charles Alexander Rowe (OJ Clayton 1991), one of two South Africans who died in the attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York City 20 years ago.