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Everything done at St George's celebrates the continuing action of God's Holy Spirit in ourselves, in others and in the world around us. In celebrating life we are worshipping God. "The glory of God i...

The Grant of Arms was made by the Royal College of Heralds on 19th October 1931 and aimed to recognise three outstanding characteristics: The first denoted the foundation and management of ...

As a College we believe that the personal development of each boy in all aspects of his life is the most important function of the school. We believe that this will only be fully possible where all wh...

In 1896, a French Jesuit Priest, Father Marc Barthelemy, opened the door of a small corrugated-iron, two-windowed hut to admit the first six pupils to Bulawayo Boys' School. The date was February 7 1...

At the centre of a Jesuit education stands the phrase “Men of God, Men for and with Others”. It’s not so much the phrase which separates HARTMANN HOUSE and ST GEORGE’S COLLEGE from other priva...

Everything done at St George's celebrates the continuing action of God's Holy Spirit in ourselves, in others and in the world around us. In celebrating life we are worshipping God. "The glory of God...

The College cannot operate without the support of its parents and guardians and the School Development Committee (SDC) is a very important entity of the College. The SDC plays a pivotal role at the Co...

St George's College brings together a rare and exhilarating blend of academic excellence, social engagement, sporting prowess and cultural enrichment.  ...

In the final analysis, a school will be judged on the types of students it produces. For the past 115 years of its existence, St George's College has every reason to be proud of its alumni: War Heroes...