Mr Bob Bell (OJ, 1945, Thomson; Sixth Form, 1946), St John’s College’s oldest living rugby captain, has passed away at the age of 91.
Elizabeth Camilla Macfarlane (Kim, Kimmy, Timmie), beloved mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, passed away peacefully at the age of 82 years on 4 April 2019 in Sherwood House, Kenilworth, Cape Town.
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of Norman McFarland yesterday afternoon. “Legend” is a horribly overused word, but Norman was a truly great schoolmaster who had a profound and lasting influence, not only on the young men that he taught but also on so many of his colleagues.
St John's College is proud to announce the appointment of Mr Stuart West as the new Executive Headmaster who will pick up the reins in January 2020.
The Sicelo Hockey Development Academy was started by Mr Nic Dube in 2010, bringing a brand new sport to an underprivileged area with the hope to uplift the youth in a struggling community with little to no sporting facilities.
As part of Anti-Racism Week, St John's Prep was privileged to have Mr Reginald Nkosi speak to our boys about the three years he spent as a political prisoner on Robben Island during the 80s.
Join St John's College for the 24th edition of the St John's College Easter Rugby Festival, proudly sponsored by Standard Bank.
Congratulations to our St John's Prep boys who have once again taken the coveted title of SA Kids' Lit Quiz Champions. St John’s Prep entered two teams into the 2019 SA Kids’ Lit Quiz with the finals taking place on Saturday, 23 February at Roedean School.
St John's College hosted the 12th St John’s College Basketball Tournament from the 21st to 24th of February, an event that has become a highlight on the boys’ school basketball calendar.
St John's College is delighted to once again be hosting the St John's College Basketball Tournament, now in its 12th year, from the 21st to 24th of February.
St John’s College is extending the success of the Academy programme to primary school boys to give these children the benefit of supplementary education during the critical developmental stage of their academic lives.
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.