College | Bridge Building

Award winning SJC students on the cover of Zimbabwe Engineer in recognition of their bridge building skills! read more →

College | Old Boy Eli Snyman

Eli Snyman (Leaver of 2014) has just been selected for the Junior Springbok squad who will be playing in the World Rugby U20 Championship.  Well done Eli! read more →

Prep & College | BMX

Please find below the recent results of our St John’s boys who competed in South Africa and the Zimbabwe Nationals” South African National Age Group Championships (Durban) 11/12 Boys Ben Oberholzer 2 Gold medals and 1 silver Graeme du Plooy 1 Bronze medal   13/14 Boys Campbell Wright 3 Bronze medals   15/16 Boys Jarod.. read more →

Prep | Community Round-Up

Tennis Enoch Gore and Emmanuel Gore participated in the Harare Junior Open Tennis in April. Enoch won 1st place in Orange Ball U10 and he also won 1st place in doubles Orange Ball U10. On the other hand Emmanuel won 1st place in Red U10 and he participated in the BTA Tournament and came 1st.. read more →

College | Week 1 Sports Results

WEEK 1 Sport Results (2nd – 7th May 2016) HOCKEY vs St. George’s (6th May) 1st – WON: 2-1 2nd – DREW: 1-1 3rd – LOST: 1-3 4th – DREW: 0-0 U16A – WON: 2-1 U16B – DREW: 2-2 U15A – WON: 1-0 U15B – WON: 2-1 U14A – WON: 3-0 Played 9, Won 5,.. read more →

College | Rugby Tour Magazine

Dear Parents Our exciting Rugby Tour Magazine has arrived and you shouldn’t miss it! It’s not only a rugby magazine but celebrates the history of the school in all aspects as we mark our 30th Anniversary. Many articles are featured including all sports and departments, the first St John’s College rugby tour in 1990, longstanding.. read more →

College | Holiday Results

April Holiday Results – 2016 RUGBY 1st XV at St. John’s Johannesburg festival Vs. Helpmekkar LOST: 10-36 Vs. St. John’s Johannesburg LOST: 15-23 Vs. Lions Development XV LOST: 7-27   1st XV Dairibord Festival Vs. Lomagundi WON: 45-7 Vs. Falcon WON: 21-18 Vs. Eaglesvale WON: 27-10   2nd XV Dairibord Festival Vs. Cranborne 1st XV.. read more →