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St Henry's Marist College added 28 new photos to the album: Grade 6 Umgeni Valley Excursion. ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours ago
Tafara Chingonzoh recently won gold, in the SA National Schools Judo Championships held in Johannesburg.
We are very proud of his achievement for the second year running. He is seen below with his coach. ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours agoAndrew ChingonzohCongrats son....now ndakudenha pese pese knowing my back is covered 😂14 hours ago · 1Andrew ChingonzohMy brother's.....still my son kkkk. He's made us proud! Was national champion last year and again this year😀. Thanks madam5 hours ago · 1
KZN Action Netball Teams:
Congratulations to the following girls who have made it into the respective KZN Action Netball Teams:
Megan Lacey U15 KZN Action Netball 2016
Wongi Xuma U15 KZN Action Netball 2016
Jodi Biggar U16 KZN Action Netball 2016
Savanna Ballard U18 KZN Action Netball 2016
Wataya van der Merwe U18 KZN Action Netball 2016
Jessica Erasmus U18 KZN Action Netball 2016
Jessica Erasmus U23A mixed KZN Action Netball 2016
Very well done! ... See MoreSee Less
22 hours ago
On Saturday, 10 October there was a Walk for Life from Holy Trinity Parish in Musgrave Road to St Anthony’s in Greyville. This project, arranged by Holy Trinity Parish was organised to draw attention to the tragic abuse of human life through the horrific act of abortion. The day began at Holy Trinity at 10am and ended with the celebration of Holy Mass by Bishop Barry Wood OMI, at St Anthony’s. The event concluded at 1pm. Seen in the photograph (gallery) are various members of our St Henry's family who attended the walk and Mass. St Henry’s provided shuttles for drivers to get back to Holy Trinity. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
More Gymnastics News:
Kiera Rowland has followed in her sisters footsteps at the SA Gymnastics Games and was placed 2nd overall for Level 6 Under 11. She achieved gold for ball and bronze for hoop. She was placed 4th for dance and clubs. Another outstanding achievement - well done Kiera! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
More Gymnastics News:
We are very proud of Michael-Alexandria Damons' results at the recent SA Gymnastics Games help in Pretoria.
Individual Apparatus medals : 2 Gold (hoop & ribbon), 1 Silver (free dance) and 1 Bronze (clubs).
Overall position : Silver.
She was also part of the Elite Group (Ball) which accomplished first place Gold and qualified to represent South Africa at the 2015 Zone VI Gymnastics Association Competition to be held in Pretoria in December.
Participating countries in the forthcoming competition will be Namibia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Angola, and South Africa. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Amy Cooper had an exceptional SA Gymnastics Games - yesterday, winning gold for all four routines and gold overall. It was her eighth consecutive Nationals, and her best result.
We are exceptionally proud of her achievement, and the dedication and commitment she has given the sport since the age of six, while maintaining an outstanding academic record and participating in school sport. Well done Amy! ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Jorja Rowland won her section for HP 1. She got a first place for both of her Routines placing her first overall. She was even interviewed by Super sport. She also won the High Performance Circuit which is an Inter Provincial competition consisting of 5 events. We are very proud of you Jorja! ... See MoreSee Less
5 days agoDebbie Jack HeusticeSuch a champ. Years of dedication at such a young age are extraordinary. Well done to the whole Rowland family.5 days ago
UPDATES FROM THE RELIGION DEPARTMENT:
Please may I draw your attention to two important dates to diarise for the next two weeks.
• On Saturday 10 October there will be a Walk for Life from Holy Trinity Parish in Musgrave Road to St Anthony’s in Greyville. This project, arranged by Holy Trinity Parish is organised to draw attention to the tragic abuse of human life through the horrific act of abortion. The day will begin at Holy Trinity at 10am and end with the celebration of Holy Mass by Bishop Barry Wood OMI at St Anthony’s. The event should conclude by about 1pm.
We ask that families attend together, if possible, and that learners wear their PE kit and comfortable shoes for walking. Passengers should be dropped off at Holy Trinity and drivers may park their cars at St Anthony’s where car guards will be on duty. St Henry’s is providing shuttles for drivers to get back to Holy Trinity.
• Last year, as part of our 85th anniversary, we celebrated a special Parish Mass at Holy Trinity. As a result of this, we have decided to have a similar Mass at different parishes each year. Therefore, on Sunday 18th October, we have been given permission to lead the liturgy of the 8.30 Mass at the Parish of the Blessed Sacrament in Virginia. Our combined choirs will lead the congregational singing and our learners will assist at the Liturgy of the Word.
We encourage you to be part of this celebration and invite families to visit this parish for their Sunday Mass or devotion on the 18th. St Henry’s learners are asked to wear their school uniform and show a significant presence on this occasion.
I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at each of these events.
Dc. M. O’Neill
Head of Religion and Ethos ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Pro Series Indoor Hockey:
Congratulations go out to Melissa Calitz and Hannah Meyers who have both been selected to represent the Pro-Series Indoor Hockey Durban Team in the U16 age group at this year's PSi Gauteng Regional Tournament. This will be held in Johannesburg from 9 to 11th October 2015. All the best for the tournament. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
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- 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)