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St Stithians College

Inspiring Excellence 
 Making a world of difference
St Stithians College St Stithians College
Inspiring Excellence 
 Making a world of difference
Mrs Celeste Gilardi

Rector's message

Welcome ‘One and All’ to our website. St Stithians College is a proudly South African School offering a unique educational model, and a beautiful eco-friendly campus of 105 hectares. It is my privilege to lead this College of seven schools, comprising over two thousand, six hundred students.

We embrace our Methodist ethos and are guided by a values framework richly engrained in this identity. Our Saints Honour code, ’Honour God, Honour Others and Honour Self’, is a daily reminder of our lived-out values. 

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latest news

The Great Saints Bake-Off for Youth Day

June 16, 2020 | Campus
Thank you to the Saints Community for taking part in our Great Saints Bake-Off to raise funds for the St Stithians College Endowment Fund and to feed those in need.
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Welcome back!

June 27, 2020 | Junior Preparatory
The past 2 weeks the Junior Prep was filled with lots of life, laughter and social distancing hugs.
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St Stithians Boys' Prep Shoutouts

July 09, 2020 | Boys’ Preparatory
St Stithians Boys' Prep Staff Shoutout to the Students and the St Stithians Boys' Prep Students Shoutout to the staff - Hats off to #OneAndAll.
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Sports Connect Series

August 06, 2020 | Boys’ College
Episode 5 of the Sports Connect Series we talk to our Captain of Squash 2020, Michael Stone
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Mandela Day

July 18, 2020 | Girls’ Preparatory
Pastor Lisa Moseneke a Senior Children’s Pastor at Bryanston Methodist Church shared a Tribute of Nelson Mandela with Girls’ Prep at assembly this week.
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Girls' College Sport, Cultural & Clubs Captains 2020

July 08, 2020 | Girls’ College
It gives us great pleasure to present our full list of sport, cultural and club captains for 2020.
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