Upcoming exeat weekend, AGM and Interhouse events ...more
Reminder for the Parents Assembly AGM. Information for the Exeat Weekend Bus . Our schedule for the Interhouse Cross Country and Interhouse athletics ...more
Exeat Weekend Dates are out - Our Annual General Meeting will be on the 18th of February. Cambridge Exam Registrations for May closes tomorrow - Pupils were issued with registration forms indicating subjects to be registered in and the cost. ...more
A reminder that about Cambridge Exams Registration. Information about the Form One Orientation Camp and a note on the O Level Results release date. The dates for Exeat Weekend have been penciled in to our calendar and more on upcoming sports events. ...more
Teach the Lord’s way; Our Students our Reason; To do the best we can with what God has given us.
Dedicated to Christ; Striving for Effectiveness; Committed to Excellence; Producing Quality Students
Teach the Lord’s way; To educate pupils from a Christian perspective in a Christian environment for responsible adulthood.(Proverbs 22:6) To equip pupils with life skills for further education, work and service, through sound teaching and learning techniques, aimed at achieving effectiveness and excellence (Ephesians 4:11 - 15) To impact pupils and the community with Christian values, through motivated, committed, highly qualified teachers, and a Bible-based curriculum. (Isaiah 55:4 - 6)
Our aim is to equip pupils for life. Academic Subjects Offered in Form 1 and 2 Core Subjects : 12 core subjects are offered. English Language & Literature, Accounts (Fm 2), Mathematics, Religious & Moral Education (Fm 2), Science, Geography, History, Shona, Chinese, Music (Fm 2), Physical Education and International Computer Driving Licence, Education for Living.
Afternoon school takes place on Mondays to Thursdays. Pupils must do at least two sports. The sport will generally take up four afternoons, from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm. Clubs will be offered from 2.25 pm – 3.25 p.m on Wednesdays.
Our core values, vision and mission statement are founded on Biblical principles which we actively subscribe to. Our students are indeed our reason and as a result we focus on their welfare and spiritual development.
Admission is usually by entrance examination in the first instance. This helps the staff in determining the maturity, potential and present level of achievement of each pupil. School reports from the junior or previous schools are considered. Date of application is also taken into account. Midlands Christian School (MCS) pupils must also apply to be admitted to the College - this is not automatic.
Applications forms are available for interested candidates. When forms are completed and returned we use a waiting list when enrolling. The waiting list position in the first instance is determined by the date of application. That means when a vacancy occurs the applicant who is at the top of the waiting list will then be invited to write an Entrance Test. If successful the applicant will be accepted for admission.