St Andrew’s College is an innovative independent school that embraces new frontiers. This premium Anglican boarding school caters for over 450 pupils from across the globe. From Grade 8 to Matric, pupils experience individual attention with a focus on fostering individual talent.
Courses Offered At Saint Andrew’s College Grahamstown
The St Andrew’s College curriculum offers a wide range of options to pupils with many different interests and talents, and allows for individual attention and assistance. High achievers who need extra challenges are continually stimulated and pupils of lesser academic capability can progress in a group that builds esteem and confidence.
Mathematics English Afrikaans
Life Sciences Visual Arts Design
Music Geography History
French isiXhosa Business Studies
Information Technology Physical Science Design & Technology
Applying to St Andrew’s College
Should you wish to apply for your son to attend St Andrew’s College, you may either complete the manual application alongside on the right, or complete the online application below. Before proceeding, please ensure that you have scanned copies of the following saved on your laptop/PC/tablet/iPad/cellphone:
- Your son’s Birth Certificate (preferably unabridged)
- Both parent’s ID documents
- Passport photos of your son (only applicable to boys applying within two years of entry)
- Latest school report (only applicable to boys applying within two years of entry)
Please be advised that completing this form does NOT ensure that your child has a place at St Andrew’s College. When a place is offered, you will be required to complete and sign the Contract of Enrolment.
Please Note: No Admission fee is charged. We do recommend that you return the form as soon as possible. An Entrance Deposit is requested once the pupil has been accepted the year prior to entry.
Complete an Online Application
Saint Andrew’s College Grahamstown Fees Structure
Our table of fees for 2020 can be downloaded:
2020 School Fees
The Rhodes Scholarship
The Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University
When Cecil John Rhodes founded his world-wide Scholarship scheme in 1902, he selected four South African schools as part of that scheme. The schools are St Andrew’s College in Grahamstown, Bishops and SACS in Cape Town and Paul Roos in Stellenbosch.
The Rhodes Scholarship generously funds study at Oxford University for two or three years. One has to be a very strong academic to be selected as a Rhodes Scholar, but the scholarship also has three other sets of criteria:
- leadership and character
- community involvement
- sporting achievement
Any boy or girl who has studied at St Andrew’s College or DSG is eligible to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship after completing an undergraduate university degree.