St George's College brings together a rare and exhilarating blend of academic excellence, social engagement, sporting prowess and cultural enrichment.
St George's College offers a comprehensive curriculum to cater for all our pupils’ aspirations.
We believe that developing the optimism and resilience students need to successfully navigate life is as important as academic education, and will enhance their engagement with learning.
Our Jesuit Ethos flows from the twofold commandment of our Lord Jesus Christ which stresses the love of God and love of one’s neighbour.
For an all-round development of a child, the St George's College curriculum includes sports. A sufficient amount of school time is devoted to sports.
We offer a diverse cultural programme which provides students the opportunity to develop skills needed in a changing world, and to learn the value of doing everything for the Greater Glory of God.
We have a variety of activities that take place during the term. We are keen to keep you informed on up and coming events you maybe interested in.
The St George’s Development Office comprises of the following roles and functions: Development and Fundraising, Marketing, Alumni and Communications.
Acknowledgement: Mr J Farrelly, Headmaster’s Newsletter, May 2019
Headmaster John Farrelly was recently invited to attend the “Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards” at which students from 34 Zimbabwean schools were present.
The College was well-represented by having the Top in Zimbabwe Awards going to the following OGs (all from the class of 2018) and a current Upper 6 student:
These awards were followed by the Best Across Awards which are awarded to learners who have achieved the highest cumulative total standard marks over a set of subjects. There are three such awards in Zimbabwe: one for IGCSE, one for AS and the third for A Level. Ross Geddes was awarded Best Across Zimbabwe at A Level.
(Since then, Ross has been offered a university scholarship by the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology in England, based at the Dyson technology campus.)
“I only wish that the entire student body could have accompanied me to acknowledge the supreme efforts made by all the learners present, and be suitably inspired,” said Mr Farrelly afterwards.