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Calling all Marist Families to support our “MY School” Campaign. This brings in much needed funds that are used in various ways around the school. Last year we were able to raise approximately R72 000. If you do not already have a card, all that you need to do is fill in a “My School” application that you will find on the “My School” Website, www.myschool.co.za
New parents already in possession of a “My School” card are asked to please change their beneficiary from their old school to St Henry’s. Please also log onto the “My School” website to make the necessary changes. Encourage family members such as Grans and Grandpas to get themselves a card. Once you have a card all that you need to do is to remember to swipe at one of the many “My School” partners such as Woolworths, Engen convenience shops, Loot, Waltons, Food Lovers Market and Spur. It doesn’t cost you a cent but each swipe ensures that more monies are allocated to the St Henry’s account. Happy swiping!! ... See MoreSee Less
21 hours ago
Grade 7's visit the Life Sciences Laboratory... ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours ago
CHOC Annual 7 A-side Soccer Tournament is happening on the 16th of June!
Register your team today and help keep more than hope alive. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
GREAT FREE CULTURAL ACTIVITIES AT THE DHC THIS WEEK! ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
Yesterday our Hockey boys were given their 1st team kit generously sponsored by Mr and Mrs Desfontaines.
Unfortunately we couldn’t do an official handover as the boys were playing in the afternoon, Monday 24 April.
They played at Queensmead against a touring side from JHB – Heron Bridge College. They played exceptionally well but ended up losing 3 – 0 in the end.
We are very grateful for the sponsorship! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Keeping it in the Family!
Five years after older sister Lauren (top left), Emma (bottom left) is seen with her fellow exchange student, Georgia, at the Marist School in Ascot. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
We bid farewell to our Trident Swimming Coach, Eugene Hulley, as he leaves this evening to settle in the USA with his wife. We wish Eugene all the very best for his new venture and thank him most sincerely for all the many hours of dedication and hard work that he has put into swimming at St Henry’s Marist College over the past 10 years. The swimming club has been left in the very capable hands of Tatum Ambrose who has been Eugene’s right hand lady from the very start! ... See MoreSee Less
5 days agoMeredith MadginGood luck in your new venture May you both be blessed in every area of your lives5 days agoPierre PurenGod be with you and your good lady Eugene.. You are always an inspiration to those you teach.❤️🙏🏻❤️5 days ago · 1
We congratulate our receptionist Miss Tyla McCrimmon on the occasion of her 21st Birthday. Happy Birthday!! ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
College Principal, Stephen Leech is seen with Callum Peacocke (St Joseph’s College, Sydney Australia, exchange student) and Connor van Wyk (St Henry’s Marist College, exchange student). We welcome Callum who arrived on Friday for the duration of the 2nd term and wish Connor, who will be leaving for Australia on Tuesday 25th April, all of the very best for his stay 'Down Under."
Connor has chosen to take Liam Moodley's Cross as a gift for St Joseph's.
We wish them both well for the exciting term ahead! ... See MoreSee Less
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- St Henry’s Marist College
- 210 Mazisi Kunene (South Ridge) Road, Glenwood, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
- +27 31 261 7369
- +27 31 261 2125
- Office Hours: Mon to Thurs 7h15 to 16h30, Fri 7h15 to 15h00 (during the school term)