St Dominic's Catholic School for Girls, Boksburg, was established in 1923. It is an independent academic institution comprising three schools in one:
The prevailing atmosphere at the ninety-one-year-old St Dominic's Catholic School for Girls, Boksburg, is that of a sense of belonging to the greater "St Dominic's Family" with roots in the teachings of St Dominic, the founding father of the Dominican Order.
Girls of all religious denominations and races are welcomed and admitted to St Dominic's Catholic School for Girls, Boksburg. The emphasis is on caring, understanding and tolerance within a Christian context.
Media Centre - St Dominic's Media Centres serves the Junior & Senior School learners. In the Media Centres, learners have access to a comprehensive book collection, the Internet, reprographic equipment and magazines.
These facilities are available to teachers and learners from 07h00 to 16h00 each day during the school term. At St Dominic's we are committed to multi-media use across the curriculum and we encourage extra-curricular use of media.
Swimming Pool - St Dominic’s boasts an 8 lane FINA approved pool. The pool is used for swimming galas, water polo tournaments and diving. There is an additional pool to cater for the needs of the younger learner swimmers.
Computer Centres - St Dominic’s boasts 3 fully equipped computer centres. Each child has access to a computer with the latest MS Office software, Educational Games and the Internet.
Sports Grounds - We offer each student the opportunity to explore their talents. Facilities are available to play Netball, Hockey and Tennis.
School Hall - The School Hall hosts School Masses, School Assemblies and Cultural Productions. It is a venue of great sentimentality and the venue for our Matrics as they write their final exams here.
The professional lighting and sound system enables us to stage productions of a high standard. Opportunities are available for the senior students to get involved as backstage crew.
Jubilee Centre - The Jubilee Centre offers an alternative venue for cultural and sporting events. It is also equipped for sound and is often used as the Matric Farewell Venue. The Grade 11 girls under the guidance of the Matric Farewell Teachers are exceptionally talented at recreating a fantasy world within the Jubilee Centre.
Music Room - All girls are able to explore the exciting world of music. Music Appreciation is developed within each student.
Art Room - Creativity is encouraged in all children; our Senior Art Room is an explosion of ideas and abilities.
Science Labs - The Junior and Senior Science labs are fully equipped classrooms.
Classrooms - All classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art interactive boards
Sports offered:Tennis, hockey, netball, swimming, water polo, diving, drummies, squash, running, hiking club
Cultural activities: debating, public speaking, choir, marimbas, steelband, media, YDO
Optional extras paid for by parents: ballet, modern and Irish dancing
4 compulsory subjects: English,
Afrikaans or IsiZulu,
Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy,
3 other subjects:
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140 Visagie Street
PO Box 8149, Pretoria, 0001
012 321 2094