WIN R30 000 in Loot.co.za Book Vouchers for St Henry’s Marist College and an under-resourced school/charity of our choice!
All you need to do is shop at www.loot.co.za from 26 September until 20 December 2016 using your MySchool, MyVillage, MyPlanet card.
The organisation which raises the most funds will win! The prize includes R15 000 in Loot.co.za book vouchers for St Henry’s Marist College PLUS a R15 000 voucher for an under-resourced school/charity of our choice! ... See MoreSee Less
The following St Henry's pupils participated in the KZN Gala this past weekend at Kingspark pool.
They are from left to right : Jade Steyn, Kayla Tully, Connor Carson, Victoria Bowman and Arya Shukla. These Trident swimmers all swam incredibly well all obtaining PB's and getting into several finals. ... See MoreSee Less
Michael Murphy (Matric class of 1962) is seen in the photograph with his nephew, Devon Murphy (Grade 11). Michael was Devon's Sponsor at his Confirmation on Saturday, 24th September at Holy Trinity Catholic Parish. ... See MoreSee Less
Six St Henry's Marist College pupils were Confirmed on Saturday, 24th September at Holy Trinity Catholic Parish on the Berea.
Seen together celebrating with them were Stephen Leech (Acting Principal), Bishop Barry Wood, Father Shaun Mullins (school Chaplain) and Father Sabelo Mkhize (Parish Priest). Congratulations to Dyllan Desfontaines , Guy Cooke, Junior Sabela, Davide Ferreri, Daniel Francis and Devon Murphy. ... See MoreSee Less
It is very meaningful to see that some of our old desks have been repurposed by parent, Mrs Debbie Heustice, for the ‘South African Voices - Towards A Museum of HIV Memory & Learning’ exhibition at the KwaMuhle Museum. ... See MoreSee Less
On the 17 September 2016, Dyllan and Nathalie Desfontaines, along with Isabella Goncalves, joined the "clean Blue Lagoon movement" to assist in cleaning up the Umgeni River mouth from the Kingfisher Canoe Club down to the sea. Clean Blue Lagoon teamed up with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife for the International Coastal Cleanup event that was happening around the world.
Lots of clay pots, plastic, fishing lines, hooks and unidentifiable plastic items were cleaned out of the river. This was also part of Dyllan's Mr King of the Universe community service work. Well done to those involved for helping play their part in cleaning up the beaches. ... See MoreSee Less