St Alban’s College was founded in 1963 by Anton Murray, a South African cricketer, to provide an independent English medium day and boarding school for young boys around the suburb of Lynnwood Glen in Pretoria.
The College started with a student population of just thirty-seven boys and three educators. Today, it boasts a student body of approximately 580 boys and 43 teachers, including support staff.
Over the past years, the College has maintained its reputation as one of the best-performing boarding high schools in Gauteng.
The annual tuition fee at the College is R155 100 per child; R51 700 paid per term, or R15 820 per month over ten months. Note that these do not include the boarding fee.
The school accepts installments, monthly and termly, payments of boarding, and tuitions. However, annual Tuition & Boarding fees at St. Alban’s are R272,850 per learner.
St Alban’s College Fees
St Alban’s College Grades