St George’s Preparatory and Pre-Primary School, which together with St George’s College makes the St George’s Preparatory family, is an independent, co-educational school situated in Park Drive, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Founded in 1936, the school caters for approximately 600 children aged 3 to 18, from Grade 000 to Grade 12.
St George’s provides a warm, caring environment that nurtures the complete person, enabling students to develop their full potential. There is something magical about St George’s that sets it apart. It’s not just the exceptional teaching and the beautiful surroundings, it’s the joy of watching the children who come here flourish and grow.
St George’s is characterised by the enduring qualities of warmth and friendliness. Kindness, mutual respect and strong moral values create a lasting foundation for life and learning.
We strive to provide an excellent all-round education to all of our pupils, and we offer a stimulating and challenging academic programme, a vibrant sporting programme and a wide range of cultural activities. We invite you to make an appointment to view our very special environment.
Virtute et Prece | With courage and prayer
The Pre-Primary caters for children aged 3 to 6 years in Grade 000, Grade 00 and Grade R. The children have a secure, well-equipped playground and are able to participate in a caring, colourful learning environment. Classes are small and individual needs monitored.
St George’s Preparatory caters for approximately 400 children aged 6 to 13 from Grade 1 to Grade 7. Firm academic foundations inspire intellectual curiosity and a love for learning. The Prep’s flexible, innovative, broadly-based approach to education ensures every child enjoys all the attention stimulation necessary to make learning a rewarding journey of discovery.
The St George’s Association represents all past pupils of St George’s Preparatory and St George’s College and the committee is extremely motivated to continue developing the Association and its links with the St George’s Preparatory.