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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
Dr Tim Nuttall
Rector

Rector's message

I welcome you warmly to the website of St Stithians College, a prominent and transformative South African school – one that inspires excellence and makes a world of difference.

St Stithians offers a synergy model of boys’ and girls’ schooling on one campus. Our students experience a holistic and relevant education, grounded in values that reflect our identity as a Methodist School. We educate thinkers, leaders and citizens for today and tomorrow. We seek to be a College of welcome and wonder, of gratitude and service. I invite you to explore this website and the significant College it represents.

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latest news

St Stithians College Matric Results News

January 17, 2020 | Campus
We share some of the news around our Matric Results Celebrations and some of the stories of our inspiring students, a generation rising.
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DPHS Tour Tradition Continues

February 19, 2020 | Boys’ Preparatory
Our annual Boys' Prep DPHS Tour is a well-loved tradition boasting some great sport and camaraderie...this year was no exception.
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Team of the Month and Sportsmanship Award – January 2020

February 26, 2020 | Boys’ College
"Whether intentional or not, your character was revealed and is an example for all to see and admire" - Adrian Carter, Director of Sport
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GIRLS’ PREP/BOYS’ PREP ARTS FESTIVAL 2020

February 14, 2020 | Girls’ Preparatory
The Prep Schools’ combined Arts Festival is one of the highlights in our Arts and Culture calendar and this year’s offering certainly did not disappoint!
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Très bien! Excellence in International French Examinations

February 10, 2020 | Girls’ College
Eight Girls' College students sat DELF examinations last year and received a combined average of 91.5%.
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