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St Peter’s College is an independent, Anglican, day, high school that prescribes to the co-educational model of schooling, espousing Christian values and providing children with a balanced, caring, varied and modern environment.Read more
Latest News from St Peter’s College
On the occasion of the 22nd Anniversary of St Peter’s College, it is both a privilege and an honour for me to congratulate the Matric class of 2019 on an outstanding set of results, which further reinforces our reputation for academic excellence.
Thank you to Mrs Shelly Matthews, the HODs and Academic Staff for the contribution you make on a daily basis which is vital to the success of our College. So in a very small way, I want to show my appreciation and thank these dedicated individuals, for all the time and effort that they devote in support of the College and our students. I recognize the unique role that they play in promoting and advocating quality education. St Peter’s College benefits every day from the dedicated energies and time devoted by the members of our academic staff. St Peter’s College is successful because of the standard of teaching and all the extra opportunities offered to students, as well as, all the hard work that takes place behind the scenes and the Matric results of 2019 are testimony to this fact.
I want to congratulate the Matric Class of 2019 on obtaining:
100% Matric Pass
95% Bachelor’s Degree Pass – University Entrance
The 16th annual St Peter’s College Sports and Cultural Festival is happening from Thursday to Sunday, 19 - 22 September 2019. We look forward to welcoming over 3,000 students from different schools to this hugely vibrant and fun event that we all look forward to every year.
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