Newsflash 7/11/18

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Triangular Gala: Thank you to those who came out to support our athletes at this event. MCC came a close second behind Petra. Congratulations to the record breakers: 

  • U16 4×50 Medley Relay team: Sean Nyagura, Edmos Dube-Mabeza, Kudakwaishe Man’ombe, Ngonidzashe Hlatywayo with a time of 02:29.06
  • U16 4x50m Crawl Relay team: Sean Nyagura, Edmos Dube-Mabeza, Masimbaashe Chiremba, Ngonidzashe Hlatywayo with a time of 02:10.22
  • U16 Boys 50m Butterfly: Edmos Dube-Mabeza with a time of 00:31.00
  • U16 Boys 50m Breastroke: Sean Nyagura with a time of 00:39.59

Academic Achievement: Formal Assembly today celebrated academic achievement in work done since the Mid-Year Examinations up to date. Congratulations to all the pupils who have been working hard but specifically to the following who had the highest numbers of As in their stream:

  • Form 1s with 9As: – William Kasitomo, Tinovimba Manjengwa and Timukudzeishe Dondo 
  • Form 2s with 10As: – Takudzwa Ganhure
  • Form 3s with 11As – Alban Sianaga 

William Kasitomo

Tinovimba Manjengwa

Timukudzeishe Dondo

Takudzwa Ganhure

Alban Sianaga


End of Year Examinations: Take place between Monday 12 November and Thursday 15 November for all Form 1, 2 & 3s. 

Global Leadership Summit: All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils will take part in this summit which will take place on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 November at MCC.

Return of Lower 6s to School: All Lower 6s should be back in hostel by 5:30pm on Thursday 15 November. 

Reflection – 

“And the Angel of the Lord appeared to him, and said to him, “The LORD is with you, you mighty man of valour!” Judges 6:12 (NKJV) 

Reference this week’s PULSE

Newsflash 2/11/18

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Triangular Gala – 

You are invited to join us this Saturday as we host the annual Junior Triangular Gala with Gateway and Petra. Note that, as per the calendar, this is a compulsory event for all Form 1, 2 and 3 pupils. Swimmers are to be at the pool by 8am and supporters to be here by 8:15am. Pupils will be released to go home at the end of the gala. We anticipate that the gala will be finished by 12:45pm. 

Interhouse Gala

Well done to all the swimmers who competed in this week’s Interhouse Gala. Congratulations to the trophy winners:

  • U14 Victrix Ludorum Runners Up – Matifadza Mavesere, Tanyaradzwa Mugwadhi and Tinovimba Manjengwa
  • U14 Victrix Ludorum Winner – Emily Ndewere
  • U14 Victor Ludorum Runner Up – Andile Sibanda
  • U14 Victor Ludorum Winner – Logan Manuel 
  • U15 Victrix Ludorum Runner Up – Blessing Madhiri
  • U15 Victrix Ludorum Winner – Ruvimbo Shumba
  • U15 Victor Ludorum Runner Ups – Phillip Ganyani and Mudiwa Makope
  • U15 Victor Ludorum Winner – Tanyaradzwa Takaendisa
  • U16 Victrix Ludorum Runners Up – Pearl Mabhena
  • U16 Victrix Ludorum Winner – Genalyn Gazi
  • U16 Victor Ludorum Runner Up – Edmos Dube-Mabeza
  • U16 Victor Ludorum Winner – Sean Nyagura
  • Most Improved Swimmer & the Martial Trophy – Rachel Tivavenge
  • Interhouse Swimming Gala Trophy Winners – Martial House

Interhouse Junior Swimming Gala Results 

1st: Marial

2nd: Crown

3rd: Bateleur  

Reflection – 

“Put God in charge of your work then what you’ve planned will take place.”

Proverbs 16:3 (The Msg) 

Newsflash 25/10/18

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Lower 6 2019: Provisional offer letters have been sent to all current Form 4 parents. Please note that these letters include a provisional subject combination and an acceptance form which needs to be signed and returned to us. If you have not received these letters yet, please contact us on

Clearance Process for Examination Candidates: Note that all Form 4 and Upper 6 pupils have to complete the internal clearance process by the end of their examinations and that boarders are expected to have checked out of hostel within 24 hours of having finished their last examination. Note that access codes will only be given to those who have been cleared. 

Lower 6 Lessons: These resume on Monday 19 November, HOWEVER, ALL LOWER 6s ARE EXPECTED TO BE AT SCHOOL ON Friday 16 November and Saturday 17 November to take part in the Global Leadership Summit. 

Global Leadership Summit 2018 – Everyone Has Influence: All Form 1, 2, 3 and Lower 6 pupils will be taking part in this year’s Global Leadership Summit on Friday 16 November and Saturday 17 November. This is an investment which we have chosen to make into our pupils as we work on developing students who are confident and secure leaders. Thank you for your support of this endeavour by ensuring that you do not organise other activities that will clash with this very important opportunity. It is a public event so if you, or friends or colleagues are interested in also taking advantage of this opportunity, please be in touch with us to organise your registration on Registration is $30 per person and includes light lunches, refreshments and the conference workbook. 

Congratulations: To Tadiwanashe Maravanyika on being selected in to the Zimbabwe U19 Cricket Squad who will be taking part in some test series and who are preparing for the next U19 World Cup.  


“Wisdom is of utmost importance, therefore get wisdom, and with all your effort work to acquire understanding.” 

Proverbs 4:7 (ISV)

Our Chinese Fan Dance Group who performed at the recent Confucius Day Celebrations

Newsflash 17/10/18

Harare Golf Day – With regret we have had to postpone this event.

Exeat – Please note that in this busy exam season of third term we do not stop for Exeat.

Interhouse Junior Gala – Will take place on Wednesday 24 October 2:30pm – 5pm. Come along and join us for this event if you are able. 

Exam Season – A reminder of procedure during this examination season, if a day scholar is coming to school, they should come in uniform and should be at school by 7:20am and may only leave between 1-2pm and after 3:30pm without needing a gate pass. Boarders SWOT at school. 

Outgoing Stewards – Our thanks to our outgoing Stewards. This photograph is from their Appreciation Dinner. #OnceAnEagleAlwaysAnEagle


“Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”

Isaiah 40: 28 – 31

Newsflash 4/10/18

Celebrate with us – At the MegaFest Awards last week, Midlands Christian College was the winner in the ‘Education Sector Award for Quality’ for 2018 and Pastor Pswarai was the winner of the ‘Astute Leader of the Year – 2018’ award. 

Harare Golf Day – We invite you to join with us and partner with us for our Harare Golf Day on Friday 19 October at Chapman Golf Club as we continue our drive for funding for the construction of our Resource-Information Centre. Contact PAC member Dr Fungai Mtisi 0774 742 797, or any PAC member or the school for more details. 

Boarder Drop Off and Collections by Taxi – Please note that due to security issues, taxis are banned from going to and from hostel. Drop off and collection point is at Main Gate. 

Upcoming Events – 

Sat 6/10

  • Junior Cricket vs Goldridge @ Goldridge – 9am
  • U14 Volleyball Tournament @ Eaglesvale – 9am 
  • U14 & U15 Girls Basketball vs Girls College @ MCC – 9am

Congratulations to those who took part in the Falcon Gala this past week.


The Lord is righteous in all his ways and faithful in all he does. The Lord is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. He fulfils the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cry and saves them. The Lord watches over all who love him, but all the wicked he will destroy.” Psalm 145:17-20 (NIV)


Newsflash 2/10/18

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

Speech Day: Thank you to all those who joined us for this this year’s Speech and Prize Giving Day. We count it a privilege to have had you with us and do not take for granted the sacrifices made in order to do so. We ask that you spare a few moments to complete the short survey of the event which will be coming out tomorrow. Your feedback will assist us with future planning.

We would also like to thank those who offered support through sponsorship and donations towards the day.

Cambridge Examinations: Have started today. Lower 6 and Upper 6 are now all officially on SWOT leave, with Form 4s starting their SWOT leave on Monday 8 October. 

During this time pupils will be able to consult with their teachers during their usual timetabled lesson times, or will be able to revise under supervision. If a day scholar is coming to school, they should come in uniform and should be at school by 7:20am and may only leave between 1-2pm and after 3:30pm without needing a gate pass. Candidates are also free to go home at the end of their examination. 

Statement on video doing the rounds: On Friday 28 September 2018 a group of 6th form hostel pupils engaged in some rowdy behaviour including assaulting a fellow student in a horseplay celebration of the victim’s birthday on Friday 28 September.

Medical examination of the victim has shown no serious injury was sustained.

The school rules forbid such kind of behaviour. 

Initial investigation revealed that such similar low key type of horseplay by the boys had been witnessed before,  the victim admits that the dimension of assault this time was excessive and went overboard. 

The college will be instituting appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrators of this outrageous , misguided and dangerous behaviour. Every action is being taken to ensure that no recurrence of such behaviour will take place.

Upcoming Events: 

Tue 2/10

  • Junior Boys Gala at Falcon – 2pm


Reflection “But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” Matthew 6:6 (NIV)

Newsflash 20/9/18

Thank You! To all who supported our Run-Ride-Golf-Fun Day this past weekend at Gweru Golf Club. We sincerely appreciate the support as we continue to pursue our dream of the establishment of a gym at school. Check out the gallery on our website under the News and Media tab for some snaps from the day. Thank you to the parents who have already made donations towards equipment. If you have weights or any other gym related equipment which you know we could put to good use, please let us know and we will happily arrange collection. Drop us a line on


Speech Day: As indicated by Pastor Pswarai in yesterday’s communication – this is the climax of our 2018 events and we urge all parents and guardians to come and identify with our Eagle children and College at this momentous occasion – Friday 28 September – 9am. 

Response to National Health Concerns: We ask that you continue to partner with us as we remain vigilant to prevent any cases of exposure of Cholera and Typhoid at the schools. A reminder that there are restrictions on food coming to the property – boarders should not be sent cooked food or fruit, and day scholars are not to share food.

Senatical Checks: A reminder that the Senatical platform gives you access to your child’s progress in ‘real time’. We urge you to regularly check on progress through this facility.

Medication Procedures: If your child is on medication, please advise the school so as to reduce the chances of abuse of medication. Please note that pupils may not carry medication on their person, unless authorised by the School Health Officer. 

Mini SWOT for Form 3s –

Note that Form 3 public examination start soon so next week all Form 3s will be on ‘mini swot’. All pupils must be in school but specific focus for next week will be examination preparations. 

Upcoming Events

Sat 22/9

  • Junior Cricket vs Heritage @ MCC – 9am
  • U14 & U15 Boys Basketball vs Goldridge @ MCC – 8am 
  • Leavers Dinner @ MCC – 6pm – 9:30pm


“Jesus is the same yesterday and today and forever” – Hebrews 13:8 (NIV)

Speech Day Invitation – From the Principal Director


I would like to extend an invitation to all our stakeholders to join us next week on Friday 28 September 2018 as we celebrate the achievements of the year.  This special event starts at 9am prompt and will be done by 12 noon.  The event marks the climax of 2018 College’s functions and is used to unite all stakeholders in celebrating God’s goodness and faithfulness in yet another season.  We will celebrate our Eagles’ God-given talents in leadership, creativity, academics, sport, arts and innovation.  It will also be an opportunity to celebrate outstanding and sound character development as outlined in our Eagles Creed.  This opportunity is also used to officially announce any Board policy changes and cast vision for the coming season.  I would sincerely urge all parents and guardians to come and identify with our Eagle children and College at this momentous occasion.  I assure you that it will be one of a kind and that you will be proud of this, our unique College tradition.  We will also be unveiling again one of our former Eagles as Guest of Honour.  This one happens to be making a tremendous impact on the bigger stage in accordance to our wish for all our Alumni.  All those who still wish to contribute by way of donations to sponsor awards and assist with other associated costs are welcome to contact the office.


Yours sincerely


Pastor D. Pswarai

Principal Director

Newsflash 13/9/18

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

PAC Gweru Golf Day – Saturday 15 September It is still possible to enter for this weekend’s golf day. Contact one of the listed committee members or send us an email on

PAC Gweru Family Fun Day – Saturday 15 September – Will take place at Gweru Golf Club between 9am and 4:30pm. Activities include Pony Rides, kids racing cars, jumping castles and other fun activities as well as items and food which will be on sale. If you are interested in having a stall at this event, please contact Barbra Katsande on 0779 287 619. 

PAC Run-Ride – Saturday 15 September – If you are interested in registering, please email us on or via the on line registration link:

Upcoming Events

Fri 14/9 

  • ATS Public Speaking – St Johns – 2pm, Hellenic – 6pm

Sat 15/9

  • PAC Golf – Run – Ride – Fun Day – Gweru Golf Club
  • ATS Public Speaking – Chisipite – 8am
  • Boys Basketball U14s & U15s vs Goldridge at Goldridge – 9am
  • Boys & Girls Jnr Tennis vs Goldridge at Goldridge – 9am (TBC)
  • ATS Volleyball Champs at Lomagundi – 8am 

Reflection: “Look to the Lord and His strength; seek His face always” 1 Chronicles 16:11 (NIV) 

Newsletter from the Principal’s Desk


Our final academic term for 2018 has started with a bang.  The holiday school which ended on Tuesday last week for examination classes helped to establish a solid foundation for the intense revision programme that we have embarked on.  Our high academic goals have been set and the atmosphere needed for us to achieve our targets has been defined and will be guarded jealously.  There is no moment to waste.  Every opportunity is being exploited to the full in order to thoroughly equip our examination candidates for the Cambridge examinations starting next month.  The mantra for the season is, “Examinations, examinations and examinations”.  100% focus for the Form 3, Form 4, Lower 6 and Upper Six classes is now on examinations. This has translated in suspending all sporting fixtures and club activities for the classes in question, in order to create extra opportunity for guided revision.  We plead with parents and guardians for our hostel pupils to avoid as much as possible signing out pupils for the weekend so as not to disrupt focus on examinations.

The May/June Cambridge examination results have allowed us to refine our strategies in preparation for the October/November final examination session.  We would like to congratulate those candidates in Form 4 who have already secured passes in at least five subjects. The May/June results analysis for the Current Form 4 classes indicate the following statistics:

a) Top results were achieved by;

                   – Rutendo Muswera who achieved 1A*, 3 ’A’s, 1B and 1C and

                  – Mazvita Takuva who achieved 1A*, 3 ‘A’s and 2 ‘C’s

 Congratulations Eagles, you have set a good foundation, now go for gold!


b) Of the 59 current Form 4 candidates who sat for their ‘O’ Level examinations in November of their Form 3 year (2017) and in June 2018, the following subject pass rates were achieved:

SUBJECT% Passrate
Art and Design64%
Combined Science54%
Design and Technology100%
GCE English Language95%
Fashion and Textiles50%


c) 27 candidates of the 59 Form 4 pupils have now secured passes in at least 5 subjects going into the final October/November examination session.

Considering the academic strength of this year’s Form 4 group, I acknowledge that we are on course and the challenge and responsibility which we embrace boldly is to continue pushing the remaining at least 50% of the candidates to achieve at least a full ‘O’ Level certificate. The intimate prize and academic goal that we are gunning for is to ensure that every current Form 4 pupil secures quality examination passes to give them their desired ‘A’ Level subject combination.

It is with this academic target in mind that extra lessons including one-on-one tutorial revision sessions have been put in place and should benefit all pupils.



We would like to announce that Mr C. Chigwanda has left MCC to pursue further studies abroad.  We are very grateful for his faithful, loyal and competent 11-year service.  He was credited for introducing the Robotics Club which represented Zimbabwe at this year’s Robotics World Competition in USA.  We will certainly miss him but at the same time wish him the very best as he develops himself professionally.

Mrs R. Shuro has joined the Science department to teach Chemistry and Physical Education.  She brings to the team some remarkable competency, reflected among other things her 28 years of relevant experience.  We wish her well as she finds her place in the MCC Eagle Nest and trust that she will add value to our pupils and institution.



We are seized with the challenge of moulding our students to reflect what our Creed declares;

I am a focused Eagle

God is at the centre of everything I do

I am a responsible citizen, teachable, secure and adaptable. 

I am a critical thinker, an exemplary leader and a confident team-player.

I engage in a healthy, physically active lifestyle.

I am an eagle and I ride the storm. 

Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.

My Eagle, My pride.


Lately, we have observed cases of indiscipline especially in boys’ hostel involving some senior students breaking defined behaviour boundaries.  Although we are determined to offer such students mentorship and appropriate counselling, we reserve the right not to accommodate those who will continue to succumb to wayward behaviour.  We take guidance from authors like Dr John Townsend who said the following about good parenting; “Jesus will develop self-control and responsibility to the extent that their parents have boundaries.”  We urge all our parents and guardians to actively partner with us in giving the appropriate response(s) to the behavioural challenges that we face as our children grow.  Part of it often calls for stern consequences, and every parental support which we can get will be appreciated.


Father-Son Camp (Postponed)

We are excited about the upcoming Father-Son Camp which is scheduled to take place at Antelope Park just outside Gweru.  The theme of the retreat is “Strengthening of Fathers’ arms in their walk with sons”.  It promises to be an enriching and empowering experience as fathers and sons will get a rare opportunity to engage and invest in each other.  I have often remarked that our modern world system has been dictating a lifestyle of busyness and pressure to levels that stifle any prospects of building solid foundations of mentorship and oneness between fathers and their sons.  This camp, therefore, offers an opportunity to restore the legacy of father-son relationship.  A few places are still available to those fathers who can still join us. You can be assured that your son will never view you the same way after this camp.


Upcoming Family Camps

Our Counselling and Life Skills department is organising two more camps to accommodate the other key family relationships, namely

Mother-Son and Father-Daughter Camps.  We sincerely connect with the critical need to invest in these forms of relationship as well in addition to the two addressed so far, that is Mother-Daughter and Father-Son. Please bear with us as we finalise the logistics.  We will certainly fulfil our dream, which is the dream of many as well.


Our sincere thanks– to the Zvinoera and Hamadziripi-Sober families for their donation of kit for the Netball first team girls; and to the Shamhu family for the donation of sweaters to the first team Rugby boys!


Results for end of Second Term

Inter-house Winter Sports


1stCrown, 2ndMartial, 3rdBateleur



Congratulations to the following who were selected into the CHISZ Select U20 team: Rutendo Muswera, Anotida Hove, Laverne Hamadziripi-Sober, Ruvimbo Shoko and Mukudzei Zvinoera.


Vs Goldridge

U14 & U15s lost 7 : 5, U16s lost 6 : 11 and 1stTeam won 46 : 5


Vs Dominican Convent

U14 & U15 won 4 : 0, U16 won 7 : 5 and

1stTeam  won 46 : 8


U16 Netball Tournament

Won 8 : 6 against Girls College

Lost 14 : 1 against Dominican Convent Bulawayo

Lost 4 : 2 against Goldridge

Won 3 : 1 against SEC

Won 7 : 1 against Gateway

Won 5 : 2 against Harare Dominican

Convent and Lost 5 : 7 against Kyle


Swift Netball Tournament – 1stteam

Won 16 : 2 against Kyle College

Won 18 : 11 against SEC

Won 18 : 2 against Petra

They got to Semi-Finals where they won 18 : 9 against Dominican Convent

Bulawayo.  They got to the Finals where they won 21 : 14 against Gateway


CHISZ U15 Tournament

1stRound of Games:

Won 6 – 4 against Gateway

Won 8 – 5 against Girls College

MCC won in their group and progressed to the semi-finals where they won 9 – 2 against Goldridge College.

In the finals, MCC lost 4 – 5 against Dominican Convent Bulawayo and were the silver medal winners, placing 2ndout of the 6 participating schools.


CHISZ U20 Tournament

1stRound of Games:

Won 28 – 1 against Girls College

Won 15 – 11 against Gateway

MCC won in their group and progressed to the semi finals where they won 16 – 6 against Dominican Convent Harare.

In the finals, MCC lost 10 – 15 against Dominican Convent Bulawayo and were the silver medal winners, placing 2ndout of the 6 participating schools.


Congratulations to Mukudzei Zvinoera who was awarded “Player of the Tournament” & “Best Goal Defender”.


Soccer Results

Congratulations to the following who were selected into the CHISZ Select U20 team: Basil Tsimba, Tafadzwa Churumanzi and Othniel Chisi.


Congratulations to Francis Moyo who was selected into the CHISZ U16 Northern

Region Select team.


Vs Kyle College

1stTeam won 2 : 0


Vs Masiye

1stTeam won 8 : 0



1stTeam won 3 : 2

U15 & U16 won 1 : 0


Vs Petra

1stTeam won 3 : 0

U15 & U16 won 5 : 1


Kambarami Tournament 2018

Group Stages:

Against Kyle won 3 : 0

Against Mvutu won 1 : 0

Against Falcon College won 1 : 0

Finals – Against CBC won 1 : 0


CHISZ Soccer Tournament – 1stTeam

Group Stages:

Against St Johns won 2 : 0

Against Westridge drew 0 : 0

Against CBC drew 0 : 0

Against Peterhouse drew 1 : 1

Quarter Finals:

Against Falcon – in regulation time the game ended 0 : 0. They proceeded to penalties where MCC lost 8 : 9

MCC was placed 6thout of 15 schools.


CHISZ Soccer Tournament – Under 16s

Against Peterhouse lost 0 : 1

Against Westridge drew 1 : 1

Against Watershed lost 1 : 2

Against St Johns lost 0 : 2


Francis Moyo was voted Best Goal Keeper of the Tournament. He was also selected for the CHISZ Northern Region Soccer Team.


Basketball Results

The following girls were selected into the CHISZ Basketball Team: Tanatswa Zhou, Shumirai Tombindo and Nicole Banana.


Vs Progress – Girls

U15s won 27 : 2, 1stTeam won 33 : 4


Vs Progress – Boys

U17s won 35 : 5, 1stTeam won 65 : 7


vs Girls College

U14s lost 6 : 10, U15s lost 4 : 18 and

U16s lost 0 : 25


vs Dominican Convent Bulawayo

U14s won 18 : 4 and U15s lost 8 : 12


Rugby Results

Vs Eaglesvale

U14 lost 22 : 42, U15 won 27 : 5,

U16 won 22 : 5, 2ndTeam won  47 : 0 and

1stTeam won 57 : 14


Vs Heritage

U15 won 45 : 5, U16 lost 38 : 12 and

1stTeam won 85 : 5


Vs Watershed

U14 lost 44 : 26, U15 won 33 : 0,

U16 won 12 : 7, 2ndTeam won 31 : 27 and

1stTeam won 53 : 12


Vs Hellenic

U14 won 22 : 12, U15 won 27 : 10,

U16 won 59 : 0, 2ndTeam won 17 : 14 and

1stTeam won 29 : 24


Volleyball Results

District NASH U20 Girls

Vs St Patricks won 2 : 0

Vs Mambo lost 0 : 2


Vs Progress Girls

U14s lost 0 : 2, U15s won 2 : 0,

U17s won 2 : 0, 2ndslost 1 : 2 and

1sts  won 2 : 0


Vs Chisipite

U14 lost 0 : 2, U15 won 2 : 0,

U17 lost 1 : 2 and 1stTeam lost 1 : 2


Hockey Results – boys

Congratulations to the following on their selection into the

various Zimbabwe teams:

U18 Zim B – Anesu Makopa

U17 Zim A – Gavin Mangwenzi and Tadiwanashe Maravanyika

U17 Zim B – Alban Sianaga

U17 Zim B – NTR – Kudakwaishe Man’ombe


Vs Kyle

1stTeam MCC won 2 : 0


Vs Petra

1st Team MCC lost 0 : 5


Hockey Results – Girls

Vs Kyle College

2ndTeam MCC lost 2 : 0


Vs Hellenic

U14 MCC won 1 : 0, U15 MCC won 3 : 1,

U16 MCC won 5 : 0 and 1stTeam MCC lost 1 : 2


Vs Petra

U14 MCC won 2 : 0, U15 MCC lost 2 : 0,

U16 MCC won 1 : 0 and 1stTeam drew 1 : 1


Vs Dominican Convent

U14 MCC won 1 : 0, U15 MCC won 2 : 0,

U16 MCC won 1 : 0 and 1stTeam drew 1 : 1


Vs Heritage

U14 drew 1 : 1, U15 drew 0 : 0

U16 drew 1 : 1 and 1stTeam MCC won 3 : 0


Debate Results

Zonal Level

Junior team came 3rdout of 6 schools

Senior team came 1stout of 5 schools

District Level

Senior team came 1stout of 6 schools

Provincial Level

Senior Team came 3rdout of 6 schools


Public Speaking Results

Zonal  Level

Valentine Njerekai and Mazvita Takuva came 1stin their respective age groups.

District Level

Valentine Njerekai and Mazvita Takuva came 1stand they will represent our District and Province in the final this term.


AlliedArts Speech and Drama Festival Results

Congratulations to the following who were invited to the Allied Arts Honours Concert and were awarded the following cups:


The Sarah Jane Munn Trophy for the most creative groups:

Duo Poetry – Ruvimbo Chinaka, Anesu Huvaya

The Cupcakes – Mime – Thokozani Mrewa, Tadiwanashe Wutawunashe, Nyashadzashe Marangu, Batsirai Kaitano, Mukudzei Makurira, Peter Masi, Shield Mathonsi, Othniel Chisi, Troy Simao, Brian Samupambadze, Deon Garufu, Tapiwanashe Tirivarombo and Kumbirai Nyevedzanai.


The Ena Stone Mime Cup for the Best Mime: The Samurais – Mime – Panashe Manyimo, Anotidaishe Dondo, Sean Nyagura, Sherpard Mathonsi, Ngonidzashe Mareverwa, Shaun Sigauke, Kevin Chifamba, Alban Sianaga, Munashe Mhembere, Kundai- Karl Mpame, Dominic Mushayi, Theophilus Nenhanga and Kudakwaishe Manʼombe



  • The Samurais – Mime – Panashe Manyimo, Anotidaishe Dondo, Sean Nyagura, Sherpard Mathonsi, Ngonidzashe Mareverwa, Shaun Sigauke, Kevin Chifamba, Alban Sianaga, Munashe Mhembere, Kundai- Karl Mpame, Dominic Mushayi, Theophilus Nenhanga and Kudakwaishe Manʼombe.
  • Muku and Group – Group Dance – Mukudzei Zvinoera, Jonathan Chatara, Tinetariroyashe Shumba , Laurah Chiwara, Tadiwanashe Wutawunashe, Laverne Hamadziripi-Sober and Deon Garufu.
  • The Cupcakes – Mime – Thokozani Mrewa, Tadiwanashe Wutawunashe, Nyashadzashe Marangu, Batsirai Kaitano, Mukudzei Makurira, Peter Masi, Shield Mathonsi, Othniel Chisi, Troy Simao, Brian Samupambadze, Deon Garufu, Tapiwanashe Tirivarombo and Kumbirai Nyevedzanai.
  • Duo Poetry – Diya Keshav, Melissa Ngwenya, Ruvimbo Chinaka and Anesu Huvaya.
  • Monologue – Theodore Masi



  • The Swans – Choral Speaking – Valerie Utete, Martha Ndlovu, Yeukai Gumbo, Sharon Dewera, Desiree Phiri, Melrose Rupere, Rumbidzai Kwenda, Tanaka Nguwi, Millicent Muchenje, Ropafadzo Juru and Rutendo Jasi.
  • Original play – Takudzwa Zimwara, Valerie Utete, Kumbirai Nyevedzanai, Anotidaishe Ndoro, Ruvimbo Chinaka and Peter Masi.
  • Afro-Flavour – Hinde Moni – Group Dance – Troy Simao, Yamikani Tembo, Nyasha Luka, Tapiwanashe Tirivarombo, Rufaro Chikarango, Shield Mathonsi, Muratidzwa Mandaza, Panashe Ganyani, Owen Chihumelah and Rufaro Mataruse.
  • Solo Poetry – Matifadza Mavesere, Takudzwa Ganhure, Natasha Jones, Farai Nyamondo and Courtney Jongwe.
  • Duo Poetry – Shamiso Mukarakate, Rutendo Muswera, Valerie Utete and Tanaka Nguwi.
  • Prepared Speech – Sharon Marangwanda, Mazvita Takuva and Chikomborero Chikarango.
  • Monologue – Andile Sibanda, Mizpah Dhliwayo and Rufaro Chikarango.
  • Duologue – Theodore Masi and Victor Madziwadondo.


2nd Grades:

  • Happy Feet – Choral Speaking – Shamiso Mukarakate, Chanaaz Warambwa, Regina Hanyani, Lisa Kobekile and Anesuishe Gaka.
  • Duo- Prepared TV News Reading – Kaylee Ncube and Tanaka Masvanganye.
  • Duo- Dance – Deon Garufu and Tanaka Nguwi.



  • The Pearls – Group Dance – Elizabeth Msipa, Natasha Jones, Melissa Ngwenya, Tinevimbo Chaibva, Anotidaishe Ndoro, Zandile Sibanda, Wendy Mtisi, Pearl Mabhena and Faith Mukandatsama.
  • The Gingers – Lincoln Chiko, Takudzwa Ganhure, Takudzwa Machikicho, David Matayaunga, George Mataka, Themba Mapundu, Kumbirai Mutamba, Kudzaishe Mumba, Tawananyasha Musingarabwi, Munashe Mhembere, Thabiso Nyoni, Kian Ndhlovu, Vusani Ntuli, Nkosinhle Gwizi, Phillip Ganyani, Tsungirirayi Madondo, Khimathi Ncube, Victor Madziwadondo and Theodore Masi.
  • Duo – Dance – Christabel Chigogo, Tirivashe Muza, Tanatswa Mlauzi and Panashe Mudyahoto.


NB:  A parent or guardian wishing to withdraw a child must give sufficient written notice(as per  Acceptance of Place Agreement)at least a full term before the child’s proposed final term,failing which, fees for the following term will be payable in full, whether or not the child returns to the College.  Security deposit refunds are processed a month after the student has left school. Please send a signed letter to indicating where the security deposit is to be transferred.

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“Souls are saved by truthful witness and betrayed by the spread of lies. The Fear-of- GOD builds up confidence, and makes a world safe for your children. The Fear-of- GOD is a spring of living water so you won’t go off drinking from poisoned wells.”

(Proverbs 14:25-27 MSG)