There are a lot of Roman Catholic schools In Zimbabwe. The first attempt at providing education to Zimbabweans was done by missionaries of the London Missionary Society who established their first mission station at Inyati in 1859.

This marked the beginning of a long-lasting relationship between the Catholic Church and education in Zimbabwe.

It should be noted that the Catholic-run schools have contributed quite significantly to the high literacy levels that Zimbabwe boasts about today. The overwhelming number of catholic-run schools in the 2012, 2013 and 2014 ZIMSEC “O” and “A” Level top 100 schools is living testimony to that.

See a list of the schools below and read about each separate school further below. We are continually updating this list so you should keep checking for these updates.

Roman Catholic High Schools In Zimbabwe

Christian Brothers College, Bulawayo

Chikwingwizha Secondary School

Dominican Convent High School
Dominican Convent High School, Bulawayo

Gokomere High School

Kutama College

Marist Brothers Secondary School, Dete
Marist Brothers Nyanga
Monte Cassino Girls High School
Mt St Mary's Mission School

Nagle House

St Alberts High School
St. Bernard's High School (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)
St Dominic's Chishawasha

St Davids Girls High Bonda

St Francis High School Chegutu
St Ignatius College (Zimbabwe)
St. John's High School (Harare)
St. George's College, Harare