Boys High Schools In Zimbabwe
There are a number of boys high schools in Zimbabwe. This post will summarise these schools. If you want to know more about each school you can click on it to go to the school’s main page. That page will list the contact details, fees, pass rates and application procedures.
Allan Wilson is one of the oldest boy schools in Zimbabwe. The school is based in Harare and it has an average pass rate. It offers the Zimsec syllabus for forms 1-6.Read more about Allan Wilson
Bernard Mizeki College is a private, boys boarding school located in Marondera. The school was founded by a group of prominent individuals of both European and African descent.
It was founded in 1958 in memory of Bernard Mizeki, an African martyr who died in the Marondera area.
Christian Brothers College (CBC) is an elite private boys-only high school in Bulawayo. The school was opened in 1953 and it enrols multi-racial boys.Learn more about CBC Here
Churchill High School is one of the oldest government boys schools in Harare. The school, which was founded in 1950, had the first school pipe band in Zimbabwe and it does very well in sports.Learn More About Churchill Here Read more here
Chikwingwizha Secondary is a Roman Catholic-owned school in Shurungwi in the Midlands province. The school, which opened in 1963, strictly caters for Roman Catholic boys only.
Chikwingwizha has an average of 40 pupils per class and it has been producing outstanding performances in the Zimsec O-Level examinations.Read more about Chikwingwizha
Ellis Robins School was founded in 1953 and it is located in Mabelreign, Harare. The school is owned by the government, and it has a boarding facility. The school is named after Sir Ellis Robins, who was Chairman of the British South Africa Company.Learn more about Ellis Robins
Gifford High School is a government-owned boys-only high school in Bulawayo. The day school has an enrolment of around 800 boys and produces average results in exams.Learn More About Gifford High
St. Francis Xavier’s College Kutama, also known as Kutama College is a boys-only school located in Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe. It is one of the most popular schools in Zimbabwe.Read more about Kutama
Nyanga High School also known as Nyanga Marist or Marist Brothers is a boys-only school that was established in 1962.
Nyanga high school is located located in Manicaland province in Nyanga district about 32 kilometres from Nyanga CBD.Read more about Marist Nyanga
Mazowe Boys High School is a Salvation Army sponsored boarding school located along the old Mazowe Road. The school was officially opened in 1959. Students that attend the school are seeded in Christian values in accordance with Salvation Army principles.
Milton High School is the first all-boys government school to be established in Bulawayo in 1910. The boarding school has an enrolment of around 900 boys with the bulk of them being day scholars.Read More About Milton High
Mzingwane High School is the only boys’ high school in Matebeleland South. The school was founded in 1921 in Esigodini. The school is in Umzingwane district and it has a boarding facility.Learn more about Mzingwane
Oriel Boys High is located in Chisipite, Harare. It is the brother school to Oriel Girls High and it caters for children from middle-income families.
The school was founded in 1961 and it has an enrollment of around 850 boys.
Peterhouse Boys School is part of the Peterhouse group of schools which also consists of, Peterhouse Girls, Springvale House Preparatory School and Peterhouse Nursery school. Peterhouse is widely regarded as Zimbabwe’s top independent boarding school and one of the premier independent schools in Southern Africa.Read more about Peterhouse Boys
Prince Edward School is a government-owned boys’ high school in Harare. It is the second-oldest school in Zimbabwe having been founded in 1898.
Prince Edward was ranked 6th out of the top 100 best high schools in Africa by Africa Almanac in 2003.Learn more about Prince Edward
St Faith’s High is an Anglican Boarding School located in Rusape. The school was opened in 1966 and it enrols 700-800 pupils with an authorised teaching establishment of 36. The bulk of the students at the school are boys.
St Ignatius College Chishawasha is a mission boarding school formerly run by the Roman Catholic Church. The College offers education for boys in Forms One and Two, Forms Three and Four (Zimsec), for boys and girls in Forms Five and Six (Cambridge Higher School Certificate/ University entrance).
St Ignatius is religious with a strong and overly academic bias.Read more about St Ignatius College
St. John’s College is a leading independent boys-only secondary school in Zimbabwe that was founded in 1986. The school is located in Borrowdale and is owned and governed by the St John’s Educational Trust.
St. John’s Harare is a Cambridge school, meaning the school offer academic programs developed and assessed by Cambridge International Examinations (such as Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge International AS and A-Level).
St. George’s College, Harare
St George’s College is a private Jesuit boys’ high school in Harare. The school has both day and boarding students. It is also the oldest boy’s school in Zimbabwe
The college mainly gets students from its prep school called Hartmann House.Learn more about St George's
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