Welcome to Goldridge College

Goldridge College is a co-educational independent trust school that opened its doors to the community in 2001. It offers places to 350 students from Form One to Six. 200 students are boarders.

The College is situated in the City of Kwekwe (Zimbabwe) in the Newtown Low Density Suburb near Kwekwe Sports Club.

Goldridge College is owned and administered by the Goldridge Schools Board of Governors that also runs a Nursery and Primary School. Being a non - profit making school, it is a member of the Association of Trust Schools (ATS) in Zimbabwe. The head is a member of the Conference of Heads of Independent Schools in Zimbabwe (CHISZ).

News making the headlines

CAMBRIDGE EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR 2018

‘A’ level and IGCSE (‘O’) Level) results were released on Thursday, 10 and Thursday, 17 January respectively. We are pleased with the results attained by most of our pupils.
Our IGCSE (‘O’ Level) pass rate for 2018 for candidates who scored at least five subjects with C or better was 83.4%. Our best student was Vimbainashe Chimhande who scored 12 As with five of these being A*s Excellent achievement !!!!!.
The following students also performed brilliantly:

Head's Speech at the Annual Prize Giving & Speech Night

I am delighted to stand before you, and present you the annual report for the 18th Prize Giving and Speech Night. I wish to thank the Almighty God, as we celebrate, the many gifts He has bestowed upon us, many of which, we shall acknowledge and reward tonight. We also thank the Lord for having been our shepherd throughout the year which always reminds us of Psalm 23 verse one which reads “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.”

 

Job Shadowing - JAZ

On the 18th of September 2018, the Goldridge College Junior Achievement members and a select few commercial students attended a Job Shadowing program at sable Chemicals. There were also two other schools who attended the Job Shadowing Program namely Camelot and Munyati High School. This allowed the students to interact as the 110 students present were split into two groups. Before being taken on a tour around the Sable Chemicals Plant, the students went through a briefing regarding the processes taken in the manufacture of Ammonium Nitrate.