Fully Independent | Pre-Primary to Matric | Small Classes


COVID-19 | Online learning


St Joseph’s Marist College is a multicultural, fully co-ed school that extends from Pre-school to Matric. In addition to mainstream classes, the College also offers Montessori classes from Pre-Primary to Grade 6.   

The College’s beautiful buildings and grounds mirror its harmonious character, as well as the family atmosphere it exudes from the moment you step through its gates.

In the Marist tradition of its founder, St Marcellin Champagnat, St Joseph’s provides an education that is academic, spiritual and morally formative in nature, and where each child is given the opportunity to be the very best he/she can be. Creative and critical thinking underpins all learning activities, and pupils are encouraged to develop beyond the curriculum. From the classroom to the sports field; from the concert hall to the chapel, St Joseph’s Marist College shows that learning can be real, relevant and fun!

We have integrated with Google Schools

Our goal is to continue to provide an excellent educational environment that engages our children with cutting edge global issues and technological trends in a rapidly changing world to prepare them to become creative, critical and adaptive global citizens and critically engage and construct knowledge informed by a wide variety of sources to apply Christ-centred solutions to global problems.


A positive work ethic is developed through exciting learning opportunities.

Arts & Culture

Our vibrant, diverse programme allows pupils’ gifts and talents to flourish.


Good sportsmanship and teamwork are developed through a love of sport.


Full supervision is offered in a nurturing environment until 17:30 daily.





Essential skills are developed from the age of 3 in preparation for the Junior School years.

Senior School

Small classes enable pupils to reach their full potential from Grade 8 to Grade 12.

Junior School

Foundational Skills and Critical Thinking develop within a morally formative environment.

Special Needs

The unit caters for up to 20 pupils from age 10 to 18.