The first buildings at St Martins were designed by Frank Fleming for St Peters Priory, an Anglican school for boys. Later, the school became known as the “Black Eton” of South Africa because of its academic achievement, with famous alumni including Fikile Bam, Hugh Masekela and Oliver Tambo. Reverend Trevor Huddleston was Superintendent here from 1943 – 1955, defiantly keeping the school non-racial despite pressure from the apartheid authorities.

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