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St Faith’s today is an established school with vast potential and well-known throughout Zimbabwe for producing successful people in all walks of life and diverse professions.

COMPOSITION OF STAFF AND ENROLMENT

The Secondary School has a pupil enrolment of approximately 763. Of these 641 are boarders (boys only) and 122 are day scholars from the adjacent small plots and resettlement area. Of the day scholars 50 are girls, 4 disabled students attends secondary school from the nearby Jairos Jiri Mukuwapasi Children’s Centre for the Rehabilitation for the disabled and blind.

The school has an authorized teaching establishment of 36.

The school has enjoyed a very good academic performance over the years and in recent years has successfully ranked as one of the top schools in the country, based on academic achievement. In 2007, it produced the best ‘A’ level results in the country and enjoys ever-growing popularity. The following are the pass rates at ‘O’ and ‘A’ level:

YEAR                         ‘O’ LEVEL                            ‘A’ LEVEL

1987                            43, 3%                                     -

1988                            56, 0%                                     94, 0%

1989                            68, 5%                                     86, 9%

1990                            65, 0%                                     81, 0%

1991                            65, 0%                                     88, 0%

1992                            67, 0%                                     96, 0%

1993                            70, 2%                                     96, 0%

1994                            76, 1%                                     95, 0%

1995                            75, 0%                                     98, 0%

1996                            77, 0%                                     98, 4%

1997                            74, 0%                                     96, 6%

1998                            78, 0%                                     98, 0%

1999                            81, 0%                                     98, 0%

2000                            74, 0%                                     100  %

2001                            85, 7%                                     100  %

2002                            87, 5%                                     99, 2%

2003                            82, 5%                                     100  %

2004                            85, 7%                                     99, 0%

2005                            87, 0%                                     100  %

2006                            86, 0%                                     100  %

2007                            87, 0%                                     100  %

2008                            87, 6%                                     100  %

2009                            95, 9%                                     98, 7%

2010                            91,85%                                    98,98%

2011                            91,61%                                    100%

2012                            93.92%                                    100%

2013                            92.0%                                      99.0%

2014                            92.86%                                    100%

2015                            96.5%                                      100%

Every year, approximately 95% of its ‘A’ level students gain admission into the various universities and tertiary institutions. This high success rate is attributable to a number of factors among which ate a conducive environment for effective learning, a complement of qualified staff, availability of educational resources and other success factors. In 2005, the school received THE SECRETARY’S MERIT AWARD which is recognition by the Ministry of Education of outstanding developmental success that includes improvements in infrastructure, academic achievement and an innovative approach in implementing educational strategies.

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