Since 1906 our girls have graduated to see, and seize, every opportunity. Their achievements begin with the motivation we build, within these historic walls. At St Mary's we aim not only to teach - but to inspire. Come and see where tomorrow's top women are beginning their journey.
'When Roland Schoeman competed at his first Commonwealth Games in 1998, his Glasgow 2014 team-mate Erin Gallagher hadn't even been born.
Schoeman, who is 34, is Team SA's oldest swimmer and the country's most decorated Games athlete, with 10 career medals.
He has been giving advice to the tadpole Gallagher in a bid to fast-track her to the podium. "He helped me with my dives and to improve my technique," said Erin. She thoroughly enjoyed her Commonwealth experience, describing it as "mind-blowing".'
Article by David Isaacson in Glasgow | 22 July, 2014 00:01
Well done Erin, we are all very proud of your achievements!
Saints Old Girl of 2013, Gena Lofstrand was at the Junior World Athletics Champs. She qualified to run in the 800m Semi-finals. Congratulations Gena we are very proud of your success!
Once again St Mary’s has not only achieved 100% pass rate, but also a 100% Bachelor’s Degree result. That means that every girl has achieved a level which would gain her entry to a Bachelor’s Degree at university. The 102 girls who wrote matric achieved 370 distinctions between them. There were 237 Level 6 or “B” subject ratings. Well done Class of 2013 we are very proud of you.
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St Mary's DSG, Kloof, in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, is a prestigious private girls' school with exceptional facilities, offering a wide range of choices in the academic, sporting and cultural spheres to students from Grade R to Grade 12. Our vision is to be a World Class South African Christian girls' school of first choice - however measured.
Day scholars are accommodated throughout the school, with boarding available from Grade 8. The school is situated in over 9 hectares of beautiful grounds, 660 metres above sea level overlooking Durban and the Indian Ocean, 24 kilometres away.
At St Mary's we strive to help each pupil to gain in confidence whilst gaining in skills, and to develop as a person whilst developing academically, physically, culturally and spiritually. Each student has opportunities to excel - leading to higher self esteem and all-round achievement.
We offer a balance in many facets - between the mind and body; the temporal and spiritual; between discipline and freedom; tolerance and understanding; between tradition and innovation; leadership and service - and even in climate.
Click here to see the location and directions to the school. St Mary's is a member of the Independent Schools Association of South Africa (ISASA).