Round Square is a global network of 180 innovative schools, in 50 countries and on six continents, that share a passion for experiential learning and character education. Based around the six IDEALS of Internationalism, Democracy, Environmentalism, Adventure, Leadership and Service, membership in the Round Square network offers schools a framework for excellence and continuous improvement, collaborative opportunities and shared experiences with like-minded peers from around the world.


St George's is the only Round Square school in Namibia and has been a global member of the Round Square organisation since 2013.

The Benefits of Round Square

As a Round Square member school, the benefits for students are enormous as they have the opportunities to participate in exchanges, conferences, and service projects abroad. Additionally, the pillars of the six IDEALS root their education in an international context, shaping them into global citizens, well before they leave Namibia to further their education.




A key feature of the Round Square experience is the exchange of students  between member schools. The exchange programme will provide opportunities for our students to connect with others
throughout the world.


A very exciting adventure programme is offered by the School. Each grade goes on an annual adventure outing. We also offer adventure challenges to help students face their fears and break through emotional and physical boundaries.


Round Square prepares students for life by serving others. Each student is encouraged to perform a substantial number of service hours, either in school-sponsored, regional or international projects. 


Tinotenda Dauti

The 2018 Round Square Africa Regional Conference in Ghana was a fruitful and life changing experience. It not only taught me about leadership, but it also enabled me to interact and connect with people from various walks of life.


Luca Strauss

The Adventure Hike Challenge allowed me to see new sights and to build my character. Hiking ten to twenty kilometres a day doesn’t sound easy, but with the friends you have and the memories you make it becomes worthwhile. 


John Mbako

International Service Project 2016 in Nepal—50 Students, 14 Days, 1 Objective. The idea of building a school in a country you only hear about in movies seemed like a scary yet exciting adventure. At the end of the trip you realise that you’ve built two things: a school and a sense of enduring friendship.