St. David's College was established in 1965 by John Mager and today accepts children from 11 to 18 years for training. The total number of students reaches 245 people: 176 boys and 68 girls (of which 115 are boarded).
St. David's College was created as a comfortable place to teach children with developmental features, with slower maturation and learning problems. The founder of the school was convinced that in ordinary schools such children do not receive the proper amount of attention and care, and founded a school in which everyone can feel special, feel warmth and support. John Mejger became practically a pioneer in teaching children with slow development, he proved that this is not a disease, but only a psychological feature, and such students can also be successful students.
A personal curriculum is created for each student, which takes into account all its features, unique requests and possibilities. The school pursues a policy of simple admission, and about half of the children have the status of "difficult to learn" - despite this, the teachers manage to achieve impressive academic progress. According to statistics, graduates annually demonstrate excellent academic results: