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 and Hoult House. 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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