Welcome to the August/September edition of College Classifieds. College Classifieds is our digital publication that offers the St John's community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
Youth talent was on abundant display as 32 basketball teams thrashed it out over four days at southern Africa’s biggest boys’ school basketball tournament over the weekend, hosted by St John’s College in Johannesburg.
The 2021 St John's College Basketball Tournament, proudly sponsored by Standard Bank and brought to you by SuperSport Schools in association with PUMA and SHESHA Hoops Lounge.
The Advancement Office at St John's College presents their Trinity Term 2021 newsletter, highlighting key projects and thanking our donors for their unfailing support and commitment.
St John’s College had 21 students performing at the Festival of Excellence in Dramatic Arts, and although there was no winner this year, all our participants were awarded Global Citizens awards.
Another Old Johannian has been uncovered at the Olympics. This time it’s Duncan Woods (OJ Hill 1995, Sixth Form 1996), who is in Tokyo as the Senior Women’s Assistant Coach and Mental Support Coach for the South African Men’s and Women’s Water Polo teams.
Welcome to the July edition of College Classifieds. College Classifieds is our digital publication that offers the St John's community the opportunity to advertise their wares and services with fellow Johannians.
"The old saying goes; ‘it never rains but it pours.’ This is a sentiment we can all relate to, given the current state of our nation," writes The Revd Fr Thapelo Masemola, Chaplain at St John's College
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St John’s College is proud to announce the superb results achieved by the College and Sixth Form students who participated in this year’s English Olympiad, written by almost 6 000 students across South Africa.
"These days it is difficult to find words to describe our feelings – we seem to have used them all up. The floundering for explanations and consolations since COVID-19 hit near the beginning of last year has accrued a vast agglomeration of perceptions and opinions – and not all of them are valuable or true," writes The Revd Dr Jeremy Jacobs
Today, we celebrate #YouthDay and pay tribute to the students who marched on 16 June 1976, and the role that the youth has played in the liberation of South Africa.