NEC ASPERA TERRENT . EMBRACING NEW FRONTIERS
Welcome

Founded in 1855, St Andrew’s College in Grahamstown is an innovative independent school that embraces new frontiers. This premium Anglican boarding school caters for 450 pupils from across the globe. From Grade 8 to Matric, pupils experience individual attention with a focus on fostering individual talent. 

The school is passionate about ensuring that each boy is schooled for life, develops character and strives to reach his full potential. The school motto is Nec Aspera Terrent (Difficulties do not dismay us) - this ideal of fearless acceptance of challenge sums up what the school aims to instil in its pupils as preparation for future life.

St Andrew’s College enjoys a unique co-ordinate relationship with our neighbouring sister school, the Diocesan School for Girls (DSG). Classes are shared by boys and girls from Grade 10-12, while retaining the distinctive features of life in a boys’ school and a girls’ school. The resources and strengths of each school, and sound relationships, are optimised through co-operation and interaction.   

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Donor Report 2013

Donor Report 2013
News
Beach Day Clean-Up
17th March 2015
On Sunday Grade 8s ventured down to the coast to clean up one of our Eastern Cape beaches.
College rowers enjoy success at the SA Schools Rowing Champs
9th March 2015
The St Andrew’s College and DSG Rowing Clubs enjoyed a great deal of success at the South African Schools Rowing Champs held on the Roodeplaat Dam this past weekend.
Exciting cricket vs Graeme and Grey College
9th March 2015
On Saturday St Andrews lost the toss vs. Graeme College and struggled to cope with Garvin Dampie’s inswing who gave Graeme a firm grip on the match. St Andrew’s never recovered from 25/4 and were bowled out for 97.