High school Awards
The high school awards for the first term were an incredible event. The high school learners have indeed been working hard and therefore deserved to be recognized in front of their peers, educators and their proud parents. For those who didn’t do as well as they had hoped or worked for, it was an opportunity to be inspired to pull up their socks and do better.
Some of the highlights of the event included a remarkable 5 learners in Grade 12 who obtained 7 distinctions each. “We’ve never had such a record for Grade 12 since. All the other grades also did exceptionally well and we’re looking to the final results,” said Principal Jainos Ticharwa. Well done to our learners. It is a great benchmark for the learners and we wish them all the best as they aim to maintain the same level of achievement even in their final exams.
Mrs Mildret Ncube, Dean of Academics in the high school was pleased with how the event turned out. “Learners appreciated the event as they felt appreciated. The ceremony helped learners to build positive attitudes towards the school and their motivation was boosted. The awards were not only for academic excellence; good behaviour was also recognized,” said Ma’am Ncube.
Our top 5 learners for Term 1 are:
- Ntsako Maluleke
- Gonganani Ndlovu
- Laura Maluleke
- Dzuniso Khosa
- Katekani Zitha
Ntsako Maluleke, who is currently the top learner in Matric and Accounting Olympiad national finalist also received his prize of a certificate, laptop bag, a flask and juice bottle, as well as R1500 from SAIPA. All the best to Ntsako and the rest of the matrics.