At Hartmann House we believe that developing the optimism and resilience students need to successfully navigate life is as important as academic education, and will enhance their engagement with learn
For an all-round development of a child, the Hartmann House curriculum includes sports. A sufficient amount of school time is devoted to sports.
We have a variety of activities that take place during the term. We are keen to keep you informed on up and coming events you maybe interested in.
Registration of new pupils for St George’s & Hartmann House. Applications for Form 1 can be made before May preceding the year of entry. i.e. last term of Gr 6 and 1st term Gr 7. (There is no advantage in applying earlier; in fact, it makes administration more difficult).
Application Forms are obtainable from the Registrar at St George’s College or can be downloaded from this site, and should be returned to the Registrar with the correct registration fee. This is the first step in your Application. In May prior to the year of entry, you will be required to visit the College and collect your entry documents to enable you to write the entrance exam. There is a fee charged for writing the exam which is payable on the return of your completed entry documents.
The exam usually takes place on the first Saturday in July. If your son is accepted into the College you will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit. If you are not offered a place you will be refunded part of the exam fee on written application. If you accept the place and then for some reason are unable to take it up, there will be no refund. Letters to notify the successful and unsuccessful candidates will be available for collection within fourteen (14) days of the exam. The Headmaster’s decision is final.
Applications for Places above Grade 4 or above Form1
Such applications are made by filling in a Waiting-List Form, obtainable from Hartmann House for Grades 5 to 7, and from College for Forms II to Lower VI. (The College does not ordinarily take new boys into Form IV.) Entry to Lower VI, however, depends on the applicant’s performance in his ‘O’ Level Examinations, and there are usually some places available for boys who have written their ‘O’ Level examinations elsewhere, and have achieved good grades.
Download Applications Forms