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How to apply

Admissions Process

Should you wish to apply for you and your child to become part of the St George’s family, please download and complete the application form below and deliver it to the school with the application fee of R300 and the following certified documents:

    • Copy of the pupil’s birth certificate / identity document
    • Copy of pupil’s clinic card (applicable to Pre-Primary & Grade 1 applications only)
    • Copies of pupil’s two most recent school reports
    • Copies of any relevant medical/professional therapists’ report
    • Copies of both parents’ / caregivers’ identity documents

Failure to return these documents with the application form will mean that the application will not be processed until such time that all the necessary documents have been sent to the school.

On acceptance to the school, a non-refundable acceptance fee of R5 000 (Pre-primary & Prep School) or R6 000 (High School) per child needs to be paid to secure a place at St George’s Grammar School (note listed placement fees are for 2023 placements and are subject to change). In addition to this, the tuition fee and a building levy is payable, via debit order, monthly in advance from February to December.

Should you have any further queries or wish to make an appointment to visit the school, please contact our Admissions office on (021) 689-9354 or via email at

Application Form & Fees

View or download the application form in PDF format.

View or download our fee structure in PDF format.

Grade 8 Scholarship Programme 2024

St George’s Grammar School offers a Grade 8 Scholarship Programme based solely on the child’s academic ability and achievement and not on financial need. It is offered to Grade 7 pupils for Grade 8 the following year.

Scholarships are renewable each year dependent on satisfactory academic performance, behaviour and contribution to the school.

Parents of scholarship winners are expected to become as involved as possible in the life of the school and to contribute to it through the use of their own talents wherever possible and appropriate.

Should you child be a strong academic and all-round achiever (averaging 75%), you are welcome to apply for your child to sit for the Scholarship Programme. The scholarship assessment, which comprises English, Mathematics and Critical Thinking / problem solving exercises, is usually written in March of the child’s Grade 7 year. The application form that needs to be completed to sit for the scholarship assessment is made available in mid-January every year.

Application form 2024

Please note applications for the scholarship programme for 2024 closed on 8 March 2023. The next opportunity for scholarships will be for Grade 8 2025, with application dates in Term 1, 2024. Thank you.