St John's College

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Mr Paul Emant

Considering Cambridge International AS and A Levels? Or an accelerated post-matric A Level Qualification?

St John's Sixth Form has produced exceptional AS and A Level results since 1972.

Situated on the magnificent St John's College campus in Houghton, Sixth Form is a co-ed environment that offers a different and exciting way to learn.

We have students from South Africa and all over the world who come to us to study AS and A Levels through the Cambridge Assessment International Education Board, and they leave with an internationally accredited qualification which opens doors worldwide.

Sixth Form fosters independent thought and study styles and prepares our students for the challenge of university. Students are encouraged to develop time-management and organisational skills in an environment where every individual is known and valued for the strengths they have.

Our approach is based on respect for the individual and their contribution and, in this multinational and multicultural setting, our students develop their academic and personal potential in a challenging but sociable context.

Sixth Form students go on to universities in South Africa and abroad with confidence and an open mind, equipped to deal with a changing world. They return often and form part of a network of friendships and connections, which extends over five continents.

Paul Emant

Head of Sixth Form

Latest News

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Polar Bear Swim

St John’s Prep hosted their annual Polar Bear Swim, taking to the icy waters of Long Walk Pool to help raise funds for the completion of the new Aquatics Centre, raising enough money to get Stuart West, Executive Headmaster at St John's College, and Lester Lalla, Preparatory Headmaster into the freezing water.

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Farewell to Barry Ronge

South Africa was sad to learn of the passing of well-known film and entertainment critic and print and broadcast journalist Barry Ronge. Barry was renowned for being bravely outspoken and was internationally respected for his wit and intellect. What is less widely known is that Barry taught English and Afrikaans at St John’s College from 1969 to 1971.