Welcome to Goldridge College

Goldridge College is a co-educational independent trust school that opened its doors to the community in 2001. It offers places to 350 students from Form One to Six. 200 students are boarders.

The College is situated in the City of Kwekwe (Zimbabwe) in the Newtown Low Density Suburb near Kwekwe Sports Club.

Goldridge College is owned and administered by the Goldridge Schools Board of Governors that also runs a Nursery and Primary School. Being a non - profit making school, it is a member of the Association of Trust Schools (ATS) in Zimbabwe. The head is a member of the Conference of Heads of Independent Schools in Zimbabwe (CHISZ).

News making the headlines

Sports Results May 2017

We have had a very hectic time sports wise and we are proud of some of our teams’ progress and success. The Girls Hockey Team took part in the Gateway Hockey Festival during the school holidays. The results are as follows:

Goldridge 2 Westridge 0

Goldridge 2 Sodbury 0

Goldridge 5 Hippo Valley 0

Goldridge 1 Gateway 1

Goldridge 0 Hillcrest 1

 

The results for Girls Hockey fixtures fulfilled so far are as follows:

Under 15                                                       Under 18

Cambridge Examinations Results 2016

We happily received our results for 2016 Cambridge Examinations.  While the IGCSE results were below par according to our normal standards, the Form Two Checkpoint and Advanced level results were impressive.

 

Form Two Checkpoint

More than 90% of our students passed the Mathematics, English and Science Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations.  The following students had excellent scores:

  • Zakiya Miya
  • Rahul Nagar
  • Vimbainashe Chimhande
  • Tanatswa Mapholisa-Moyo and
  • Mandikudza Dangwa

 

Sports Results for Week 2 Fixtures

Cricket vs Westridge High School

1st Team

Goldridge 183/3

Shalin Patel 90*

Tinotenda Wingwiri 64*

Good 4 wicket partnership of 140 runs

Westridge 91 all out

Xavier Hungwe 2wickets 10runs 5overs

Man of the match Shalin Patel

 

Under 16 Boys

Goldridge batted first setting a target of 225/6 runs in 25 overs

Brandon Banda 94

Neel Harry 34

Westridge 71 all out

Brandon Banda 2 wickets 2runs 5overs