Moleli High School

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Moleli High School, is a co-ed high school located near the town of Norton in the Zvimba area, 80 kilometres southwest of the Zimbabwean capital Harare. It was named after the late Methodist Reverend Moleli and is a Methodist missionary school. Moleli has a student population of about 620 pupils, and is considered one of Zimbabwe's top performing high schools.[1]

The school moto "Tsvakai Chokwadi Kuyamura Vamwe" is Shona meaning "seek the truth to help others". In addition to academic learning, students participate in sports (including soccer, volleyball, basketball, table tennis), chess and debating. In the seventies, it was one of the only three African schools which played softball together with St. Ignatius and Kutama College.

Like most high schools in Zimbabwe, which follow the traditional British school system, students at Moleli are divided into four houses each having its own color: Mamukwa (blue), Sellers (green), Rusike (red), and White (yellow). They are named after late Methodist Church missionaries/Reverends.


  1. ^ "Top O, A-Level schools named". The Herald. 7 March 2012. Retrieved 29 May 2013. 

Coordinates: 17°53′13″S 30°21′14″E / 17.887°S 30.354°E / -17.887; 30.354