Star of the Sea School is uniquely situated along a beautiful stretch of False Bay coastline in St. James, Cape Town, South Africa. It is a school with a long history, its buildings having been completed in 1908. It is a Cabra Dominican School, and there were five Sisters and ten pupils when the school first opened on 24 January 1908. By the end of its first term it had grown to twenty pupils, and it has continued to prosper and grow over the years.
Star of the Sea is a sound, well-run, caring school, catering to a very broad community – a microcosm of the population of South Africa. Built on rock, steady as a rock, it should prosper and grow well into the future.