Ranking of the top 10 best Namibian Secondary Schools based on performance in 2017

1. St. Paul’s College


Situated on the gentle slopes of Roman Hill in the valley of Kleine Windhoek, St Paul’s College is an oasis of opportunity.

The school was established in 1962 as a Catholic all-boys school. The Roman Catholic Church purchased a farm situated at the foot of Roman Hill in Klein Windhoek, a low-density suburb. Due to the presence of hot springs and fountains at the time, it was possible to develop a vineyard, gardens and orchards where the school is currently located.

When Namibia became independent from South Africa in 1990, the school became multicultural and was opened to girls from grades 1 to 12.


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