Welcome to Domino Servite School

7  Chess selections girls
Table tennis selections B7-13yrs
7  Mini cricket festival Gr1,2 @ Hmb away 13h00
8  Chess selections
8  Table tennis selections G7-13yrs
8  aQuelle Schools Series 1 @ Msunduzi Stadium Pmb
9  Cricket 1st home, 2nd away vs Gtn 14h30
10 Cricket league (9-13) @ Gtn High away
11 Gr12 Saturday class for Design, EngFAL
11 KZNCSSA Cricket trials @ Pitlochry school, Westville tbc
13 Cricket 1st vs Wembley away tbc
13 Cricket 2nd vs Wembley home tbc
14 Table tennis selections B14-19yrs
14 Mini cricket festival Gr1,2 home 13h00
15 aQuelle Schools Series 2 @ Msunduzi Stadium Pmb
15 Cricket 9-13 vs Wembley tbc
17 Hockey & Netball 13 league @ Gtn High away
18 Monetry Policy Challenge Info Day, Dbn
18 Cricket 1st vs Hmb home 08h30
20 Week of taste (20-24)
22 aQuelle Schools Series 3 @ Msunduzi Stadium Pmb
22 Cricket 9,13 vs New Hanover @ home tbc
25 Gr12 Saturday class for Eng & Zulu HL
25 Netball festival 9-13 @ New Hanover away tbc
27 DSS water competition

aQuelle Schools Series 4 @ Msunduzi Stadium Pmb
Gr1 health screening
Gr4 health screening
Parents meeting
4  KZNCSSA mini cricket @ Kingsmead Stadium tbc

T1 18 Jan-24 Mar  T2 18 Apr-22 Jun
T3 18 Jul-22 Sep   T4 4 Oct-30 Nov

Updated 5/02

class of 2022 version 2

Mission Statement

Domino Servite School is committed to creating a happy, Christian-based environment wherein all learners are encouraged to demonstrate respect and responsible citizenship, academic excellence and Bible-based moral values.



The Domino Servite School community endeavours to provide an educational program that prepares all learners to develop their talents, confidence and self-respect. We strive to achieve high academic standards that will equip our learners to fulfil a useful role in society with excellence and integrity.



Domino Servite School continues to maintain its exemplary record of 100% matric pass rate in 2022 and the bonus of 100% BD passes for the 3rd consecutive year.

Out of a class of 26 candidates with 182 symbols, there were 66 distinctions (Level 7). Liezl Green achieved a full complement of distinctions for her 7 subjects. Elsabé Pienaar and Annette Rümke each achieved 6 distinctions. A further four candidates achieved 5 distinctions each. 6 candidates achieved within the Top 1% for Afrikaans First Additional Language, Computer Applications Technology, Geography, IsiZulu First Additional Language, IsiZulu Home Language and Mathematical Literacy.

The 2022 cohort includes 4 international learners, 15 learners from KZN, 3 from Gauteng, 3 from the Eastern Cape and 1 from the Free State and represents 6 language groups. Their achievement is made more remarkable because Domino Servite provides equal opportunities despite diverse academic backgrounds.

We echo Anne Oberholzer, IEB CEO who says, “It is fair to say that it is the 2022 cohort of learners that were hardest hit by the impact of the pandemic when it broke in 2020 in their grade 10 year.’

Congratulations to each and every candidate for these fine results.


Learners at Domino Servite receive a globally relevant education. Our learners benefit from experienced and dedicated staff and a value-based curriculum that prepares them for the challenges of the 21st century. Domino Servite School is situated in the KZN midlands, South Africa. It is an independent English-medium Christian school founded in 1986, combining pre-primary, primary, high and post school studies. Domino Servite was accredited by Umalusi in 2013 and is an IQQA approved ISASA school since 2018.


Full boarding is provided for boys and girls from Grade 7-12. About 45% of high school learners are residential boarders who are housed in the boarding facilities. The comfortable and spacious facilities and caring staff establish a happy and fulfilling boarding life at school.

Boarding has many benefits for boys and girls, providing a structured environment where they can benefit academically and develop self-discipline, maturity, independence and social skills.

Online & Distance Learning

Online and distance became a reality at the beginning of Term 2 2020, replacing contact lessons as a result of the national lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Due to the continuing pandemic, online learning has become as familiar as contact learning. Contact, distance and online teaching and learning were very much part of 2021.

The start of 2022 has seen almost back-to-normal, pre-pandemic teaching and learning.  


The co-curricular program is an integral part of education at Domino Servite.

On the sports field and the stage, musically, environmentally and in service to the community, learners are encouraged to develop their skills and talents and contribute to the esprit de corps of the school community.


Contact Details

+27(0)32 481 5509
+27(0)32 481 5335
[email protected]

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