1. St. Paul’s College
Situated on the gentle slopes of Roman Hill in the valley of Kleine Windhoek, St Paul’s College is an oasis of opportunity.
The school was established in 1962 as a Catholic all-boys school. The Roman Catholic Church purchased a farm situated at the foot of Roman Hill in Klein Windhoek, a low-density suburb. Due to the presence of hot springs and fountains at the time, it was possible to develop a vineyard, gardens and orchards where the school is currently located.
When Namibia became independent from South Africa in 1990, the school became multicultural and was opened to girls from grades 1 to 12.