ABOUT US

Sandringham High School

Sandringham High School is a mixed school that offers educational services up to Form 6. The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe owns the school. The school is located 25 km from the town of Norton and 65 km from Harare. It is a The school offers a variety of sports including soccer, volleyball, netball, athletics and tennis. The school offers a variety of extracurricular activities such as public speaking, quiz, debate, chess, and drama. The debate club has managed to get some medals on the national events. The school offers a comprehensive environment conducive to academic excellence and the school’s Christian principles ensure social excellence as well. A-Level results at the school are also impressive with the school attaining a 100% pass rate in 2014. In 2017 the school came out as the fourth-best A-Level school in Zimbabwe.

With a Passrate of 89.18% at O'level Zimsec results, Sandringham is ranked number 15 in the top 100 Zimbabwe best O'level results as of 2021

VISION

A Center For Academic Excellence, Sound Services, Moral and Spiritual Well Being of The Child

  • INTEGRITY
  • EXCELLENCE
  • TRANSPARENCY
  • PROFESSIONALISM
  • TEAMWORK
  • STEWARDSHIP
  • RESPONSIBILITY
  • ACCOUNTABILITY
  • FAITHFULNESS

MISSION

WE EXIST TO MOULD A WHOLESOME AND RIGHTEOUS CITIZEN OF THE WORLD THROUGH CHRISTIAN BASED EDUCATION

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About Us

History of The School

The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe acquired a farm next to Chibero College of Agriculture in Chivero communal lands, Mhondoro, so it could build a church and school to facilitate the settlement of church members. The school taught primary school and secondary school levels. The campus was hosted multiple buildings, including school blocks, residencies for boys and girls, sports fields, and teacher's accommodations. The secondary school curriculum focused on technical education. Girls were taught home economics, food and nutrition, and fashion and fabrics, while boys were taught construction and agriculture.

O levels were introduced in the 1970s. Enrollment expanded to four classes by the 1980s.

Advanced levels were introduced in the late 1980s under School Principal Mr. Jumo. Subjects offered included science, band, and art.

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School Choir

The school released a gospel album entitled Dai Waiziva. All songs on this album were composed by the choirmaster Mr. Chimuti. The song "Rumbidzwai" off this album peaked at #1 on the Power FM top 20. The school was inspired to release an album by an Upper Six group of 2007 (Vatendi).

Church Run School

Mission schools have a big impact on Christian education that involves teaching students about the Bible despite the fact that they are not all Christians, Under the Methodist Church in Zimbabwe Students are taugh and exposed to christian life at school

Academic Perfomance

Children at church-run schools also have enough study time and materials. The teaching staff complement is 100 percent qualified and experienced,” said Majongwe.

Young Farmers

All Students are taugh all fundamentals and principles of basic agriculture with a well structured enviroment for practical and hands on tutoring