Jameson High School
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Jameson High School was named after Sir Leander Starr Jameson, a doctor and an administrator of the former Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe. Jameson is an co-ed, interracial school which offers sports such as rugby, cricket, tennis, basketball, swimming, field hockey, netball and volleyball.
There are four hostels, Warne House (boys - the Bulldogs), Starr House, (boys - the Mighty Men), Leander Hostel (girls - hot chicks) and Hoult House (girls - the Bunnies). Around 700 students enroll at the school yearly and 200 live in boarding. The school moto is 'Sine Metu' (Latin for 'without fear') and the school mascot is a panda bear.
Jameson School Song
Eyes alight and ready with a helping hand Minds open out and reaching for the blue In Zimbabwe, we can build a joyous land Sine Metu.
Grateful always for the rain and for the sun We'll make the most of chances, though they may be few This can be a pleasant place for everyone Sine Metu.
Onward, upward, facing all with confidence Scorning the false and fighting for the truth Meeting problems and changing them to stepping stones Sine Metu
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