Domino Servite School is situated in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands, South Africa. It is an independent English-medium Christian school. Founded in 1986, it provides quality education for learners from Grade R to Grade 12.
Domino Servite is Latin for 'We will serve the Lord'.
Type of School
Co-educational day and boarding school. Combined primary and high
School Governing Body, Principal, Academic Board, Heads of Departments
50 members: includes, academic, administrative, boarding, support
Number of Learners
Average Class Size
Foundation & Intermediate Phase 1:15
Senior and FET Phase 1:28
The school implements the National Curriculum Statements / CAPS where applicable.
Grade 12 students write the IEB Senior Certificate Examination. Domino Servite has achieved 100% Matric pass rate since its registration as an examination centre in 1988.
We register our learners to participate in the IEB Core Skills Test and the ACER International Benchmarking Test to ensure comparable global standards. Our learners participate in many Olympiads and various external co-curricular competitions.
Homework is given by all educators to reinforce what has been done in the classroom and to encourage independent research and study habits.
Learners who experience barriers to learning are supported by special needs educators.
Domino Servite has a media centre, computer centres and laboratories for the sciences.
High school prefects are elected by the staff and student body. Head and Deputy Head prefects take the lead. Class captains represent the classes in the Senior and FET Phases.
A Code of Conduct developed by the school community governs the behaviour of all learners. This forms the basis of learner discipline, the intention being to foster self-discipline.
The attractive and practical uniform is compulsory school wear.
Sport activities include athletics, cricket, hockey, netball, soccer and volleyball. Grade 4-12 learners may select Electives which Domino Servite School, together with other professionals, present to develop social, entrepreneurial and work-related skills.
Choir, brass band and music ensemble are offered at the school. Regular stage dramas offer opportunities for learners to develop acting skills.
There are two houses. Murray, named after the African missionary, Andrew Murray. The house colour is lime green. Morris, named after Samuel Morris, an African prince who became a missionary. The house colour is orange.
Full boarding is available for Grade 7-12 boys and girls.
Application letter and forms
New learners are admitted in Grade R and Grade 7 only.
Fees per Year
Available on request