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


In the midst of the gloomy circumstances that we currently face in the country, we happily received our very pleasing results for the 2020 Cambridge Examinations. The results of all the levels; Checkpoint (Form 2), IGCSE / O level and ‘A’ level were impressive.

(a) Form Two Checkpoint

97% of our students passed the Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations. The following students had excellent average scores out of the maximum grade of six.


There is no doubt that education is one of the most important and precious gifts that one can give to a child. This is why under the current coronavirus pandemic there has been an eLearning wave in education, that our staff had to quickly adapt to, in order not to disadvantage our children. One of the experiences is that teaching children physically in a classroom, cannot be compared with the effort that teachers had to put in providing online lessons. The switch from the traditional classroom to the computer-based learning in a virtual classroom has not been easy.

Re-opening of schools

Schools are expected to reopen for the exam writing classes (Forms 4 and 6) on Tuesday, 28 July 2020. There will be a staggered return of the other Forms and you will be advised accordingly. This implies that Online Distance Teaching and Learning will continue for the rest of the Forms. The pandemic has had a negative effect on our school finances and we, therefore, expect all fees payments to be complete before 28 July 2020. Reports from all over the world show that some parents have reservations about sending children back to school.

Cricket vs Watershed

1st team:

Goldridge batted first and scored 145 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 7 wickets.

Watershed managed to score 106 runs in 20 overs for the loss of 7 wickets.

RESULT:  Goldridge College won by 39 runs.


U16 team:

Goldridge batted first and scored 86 runs in 12 overs for the loss of 6 wickets.

Watershed managed to score 73 runs in 12 overs for the loss of 4 wickets.

RESULT: Goldridge College won by 13 runs

U15 team: