History Timeline

Run by Colin and Alison Street and residing on the Street’s 4,000 acre farm, Terranova has become one of the most successful schools in southern Africa, educating 400 students in grades 1-12. More than a dozen graduates are attending universities, and the school has brought clean water, health care services, electricity, and a renewed sense of purpose to people in the neighboring community. Terranova’s beautiful campus features 20 classrooms buildings, a library with thousands of books, bathrooms, living quarters for faculty, a computer lab, biology, and chemistry labs.

History of Terranova School

Terranova Boarding & Day School is founded.

Colin and Alison Street formed Terranova School on their 4,000 acre farm. 

First Highschool Commencement

In 2011, the first students graduated from Terranova School.

Terranova School Campus

Boarding Program Opens

The school added a boarding program and further expanded its facilities with a dormitory, dining hall, and ablution block.

Computer Lab Expands

The school dedicated and opened a new computer lab equipped with 20 laptops.

Terranova School Library

New Library Opens

The Marilyn & Gerald Burke Library opens, complete with over 1000+ books and work stations.

Dormitories expand

New dormitories, with spacious and private living quarters open.

New Transportation

New bus system launches to help commuters to and from the city.