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St Peter's Boys School

Situated on 36 acres in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg, St Peter's has the most extensive overall facilities to be found in this sector.


The school was established in 1950 by Stanley Dodson, retired headmaster of St John's Prep School. The name of the school was chosen in consultation with the Anglican Community of the Resurrection in York, England. The motto is Servate Fidem (Serve the Faith). 

The College, situated in Sunninghill, opened its doors to both genders in 1998. The Girls School, based on an adjacent campus to the boys, was established in 2006.



School Programme in Brief


# offer all the traditional subjects, as well as Thinking Skills, Economics and Design and Technology.

# an Academic Support Unit is on site.


# four choirs, jazz band, percussion and string ensemble, marimba band

# a choice of 13 instruments

# Royal School of Music theory and practical exams


# athletics, basketball, chess, climbing, cricket, cross country, hockey, rugby, swimming, tennis, soccer, water polo





Detailed School Statistics

Suburb: Bryanston

  Lowest Grade: Grade 0   Boarding: No
City/Town: Johannesburg

  Highest Grade: Grade 7   Lowest Boarding Price P/A: N/A
Province: Gauteng   Lowest Tuition P/A: R55900.00   Highest Boarding Price P/A: N/A
School Type: Boys   Highest Tuition P/A: R74880.00   Curriculum: IEB South African
Religious: Christian (Anglican)   Administration Fee: R500   Teacher/Pupil Ratio:
Number of Pupils: 610   Founding Year: 1950   School Phase: Prep School

Associated schools

St Peter's Girls School
St Peter's College

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Pre-prep School Principal:

Kenda Melvill-Smith

Prep School Principal:

Rob Macaulay

Contact: Kelly Bongers

Tel: 011 705 3423

Fax: 011 367 6657

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Physical Address:

105 Witkoppen Road

PO Box 37 Rivonia 2128



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