Nyanga High School, Marist Brothers

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Nyanga High School, Marist Brothers
Nyanga High School, Marist Brothers
Private Bag 2006 Nyanga

Coordinates17°57′54″S 32°44′23″E / 17.964976°S 32.739706°E / -17.964976; 32.739706Coordinates: 17°57′54″S 32°44′23″E / 17.964976°S 32.739706°E / -17.964976; 32.739706
TypeCatholic Boarding high school
MottoPietas Et Veritas
(Latin: Duty and Truth)
PrincipalMr. Nyamandwe
GradesForm 1 - Upper Six
Age12 to 19
Enrollment500 - 600
Color(s)  Blue
YearbookMarist Mirror
AffiliationRoman Catholic, Marist Brothers

Nyanga High School, Marist Brothers also shortly known as 'Marist Nyanga', is a Catholic, independent, boarding, high school located in the Nyanga District of Zimbabwe’s Manicaland, 32 kilometres from Nyanga town. Marist Nyanga has a student population of about 550 pupils.[1]


In 2016, the school's quiz team won first place in National School Quiz Championship contest held in Johannesburg, with 23 schools from South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe participating.[2]


Like most high schools in Zimbabwe, which follow the traditional British school system, students at Marist Nyanga are divided into four houses each having its own colour:

  • Champagnat (Red), named after Saint Marcellin Champagnat, the founder of the Marist movement.
  • Michael (Yellow), named after the Arch-angel Michael
  • Patrick (Green), named after Saint Patrick
  • Kizito (Blue)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Mugove Tafirenyika (20 February 2014). "A' Level top 100 schools". DailyNews Live.
  2. ^ "Zimbabwean high school the quiz champ". www.enca.com. Retrieved 2018-02-24.