Welcome To Kyle Preparatory School

Our theme for term two 2024, in line with the 2024 year theme, The Year of Transformation is
Dream Big and Smile always!


To impact Zimbabwe and the world through empowering confident, well-rounded leaders of integrity, driven by Christian principles.

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To impact Zimbabwe and the world through empowering confident, well-rounded leaders of integrity who will be driven by Christian principles.


We are committed to providing an appropriate, comprehensive educational experience, cultivating excellence and confidence, through hard work, by God’s grace.

Our Values

  1. Gratitude
  2. Honesty
  3. Responsibility
  4. Respect
  5. Reliability
  6. Sacrifice
  7. Patience



Welcome to Kyle Preparatory School where we live Integrity.

A member of the Association of Trust Schools (ATS), we strive to provide quality holistic education based on Christian values and attention to detail.

At Kyle Prep your child is our priority. Under strict supervision in a loving and fun filled environment, our goal is to make school the best place to be and the Kyle Prep years, unforgettable!

This year we celebrate 35 years of existence and have lined up various exciting activities throughout the year to commemorate this landmark.

We have declared 2023 our “Year of Restoration” and invite you to join us on this exciting journey!

Corinthians 5 vs 17“Therefore if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come, the old has gone, the new is here!”

Come along and be part of this worthwhile experience.

Strength and peace to you.      Proverbs 21 vs 3 “To do what is right and just is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice.”



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The hostel is noted for its homely atmosphere, . Many hostel children are easily identified in the school environment because of their maturity, unselfishness and willingness to help. This is a tribute to the staff who work tirelessly to ensure that the maximum care and supervision are provided.



Donna Enslin (Pupil, 1993 - 2000)

I remember looking forward to “Crocodile Sums” with Mrs Beadon all week. I was also always amazed at her ability to multitask. She could listen to 2 pupils read to her on either side while she marked someone’s work, and she could still be able to hear our mistakes and correct them.

Richard Austin (Pupil, G7 - 1995)

I remember the fantastic cricket tour to Northern Eastern Transvaal in 1995. In particular, Struan Richards diving to take a one-handed catch at point and everybody being so shocked that he was given the man of the match award. What a catch!

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