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Science Block Opening – 1 Year Ago…

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019
It’s hard to believe it’s been one year since the Fr Hugh Ross SJ Science Centre was officially opened at St George’s. The facility has caused a spike in interest in the School, with a dramatic increase in applications for all forms - particularly from senior female students, who’ll enter the College in January 2020.  With a current intake of approximately 750 students set to increase to a projected 830…
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Headmaster's Newsletter November-December 2019

Monday, December 2nd, 2019
Please click here to read the November-December 2019 Headmaster's Newsletter
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The College’s Annual Advent Service

Thursday, November 28th, 2019
The College’s annual Advent Service will be held this Sunday evening (1st December) at 7pm. Everyone’s welcome to join us for what’s always an inspiring Service which ushers in the Advent season, so do bring your families. Mince pies, sherry and juice will be served afterwards so stay and catch up with friends.  
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St. Georgina and The Dragons

Monday, November 25th, 2019
AMDG Interested in drama? If you're in Harare, pop down to the College this weekend and see our latest offering "St Georgina & the Dragons" . The production is an original play written and directed by U6 student Kudzayishe Bikwa, and has been put together solely by the students of the DRAmaGONS Drama Club, with only supervision / guidance from our teaching staff. Artwork was designed by Shingai Musasiwa (Form…
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Headmaster's Newsletter October-November 2019

Friday, November 1st, 2019
Please click here to read the Headmaster's October-November 2019 Newsletter.
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Headmaster's September 2019 Newsletter

Friday, October 4th, 2019
Click here to read the Headmaster's September 2019 newsletter.
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St George’s Annual Academy and Prize-Giving

Tuesday, October 1st, 2019
OG Dr Matthew Wazara (class of 1985) was this year’s Guest of Honour at St George’s annual Academy and Prize-Giving.   In an honest and humbling speech, Matthew talked about how tragedy struck his family in the late 1970s.  Plans for high school suddenly thrown into disarray, 12-year old Matthew was taken under the wing of a German Jesuit priest from his home area of Zvimba (west of Harare), who…
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St George’s College U16/U20 Volleyball Team, triumphed over a group of hard fighting School Volleyball Teams to win the first ever ATS National Volleyball Championships hosted by Lomagundi College on Saturday, 21 September. Both teams systematically destroyed all opponents on their way to be crowned national champions for 2019. Results were as follows: U16 Boys   U20 Boys   St George’s 2-0 Peterhouse St George’s 2-0 St John’s St George’s…
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Dion Myers Shines at St John's Ram Slam

Friday, September 27th, 2019
L6 Pupil Dion Myers, a former Zimbabwe U19 World Cup Cricketer, was awarded the "Best All Rounder" prize at last weekend's St John's Ram Slam T20 Tournament. This follows hot on the heels of him being awarded the same prize at the College's own T20 festival just prior to this! Well done Dion; great news all round. Well done, too, to the whole of the College's 1st XI for making…
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ATS Inter-Schools' Public Speaking Competition

Wednesday, September 25th, 2019
St George's won the ATS Inter-Schools' Public Speaking Competition held at Lomagundi College last weekend. Deputy Head Boy Kuziva Zvokuomba won the Seniors' Division with his speech entitled "The Grand Stock Exchange"; a cleverly written, and superbly delivered, piece advising the audience to invest their time wisely. Our Junior speaker, Jabulani Mupawose, gained second place with his speech "The Matrix Retold"; with words encouraging the audience to take the 'red…
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