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Matric Results

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Matric 2016

Congratulations to the class of 2016. They maintained the school’s 100% pass rate for the 23rd year in succession. 94% of the candidates obtained admission to a bachelor’s degree and 99% achieved marks that will enable them to proceed to tertiary education. A total of 137 distinctions were obtained overall.

10 distinctions                   8 distinctions                                                       

Thirasha Waidyaratne 10 distinctions        Firdous Hamid 8 distinctions Tasmiyah Laher 8 distinctions

Thirasha Waidyaratne                 Firdous Hamid          Tasmiyah Laher

6 distinctions                    5 distinctions

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Naseeha Laher                      Zuhaira Ali                  Prianka Kara

5 distinctions (Cont)

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Woniso Mazonde         Tehillah Snyman           Erin Van Wyk

4 distinctions

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Sumaiya Shaik              Shezaan Shaikjee

3 distinctions went to Savannah Aysen, Susana De Abreu, Michele Dos Santos, Vaisshnavi Harrichund, Sinead Hovelmeier, Makumya M’Membe, Sasha Lee Morare, Jenna Orchard, Lizan Potgieter and Kamogelo Radebe.

2 distinctions went to Zakiyyah Abdulla, Hazel Chieza, Kyanna Claro, Katlego Matshwane, Nicole Mychajluk and Bongiwe Nkabinde.

30 learners achieved 1 distinction.

 

 

 

Naseeha Laher

 

 

 

Matric 2015

A 100% pass rate was attained for the 22nd year in succession. The entire class of 2015 achieved marks that allow them to progress to tertiary education, with 90% obtaining admission to a bachelor’s degree. A total of 183 distinctions were obtained overall and 48 girls achieved an average of above 70%.

“We are very proud of the results which the 169 matriculants achieved this year” said Miss Gonçalves, Headmistress.  ” The results are a tribute to the hard work put in by the learners, the support they received from their parents, and also most importantly, the grounding provided by dedicated educators from primary school right through to Grade 12. We wish the Matric class of 2015 every success in their future endeavours.”

Mariam Diallo was the top performer with 8 distinctions in English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Physical Science, Life Science, Consumer Studies, History and Life Orientation. Mariam plans to do a BSc in Mechanical Engineering at Wits and then she would like to specialize in robotics. She attended Sir Edmund Hillary Primary School.

Ammaarah Akhalwaya, Azminah Jhetam and Kayley Reveley  were awarded 7 distinctions.

Ammaarah who attended Linksfield Primary School received distinctions in English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Geography, Life Science, Physical Science and Life Orientation and she hopes to study Medicine at Wits.

Azminah who attended Leicester Road Primary received distinctions in English, Afrikaans, History, Life Science, Accounting, AP English and Life Orientation.

Kayley who attended Hurlyvale Primary School received distinctions in English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Life Science, Physical Science, Music and Life Orientation.

6 distinctions went to Angelique Pereira (ex Highveld Primary School), Caryn Marx (ex Hurlyvale Primary School) and Micheala Mendes (ex Bedfordview Primary).

5 Distinctions – Nolwazi Mamba, Meghan Jarvis, Dominique Pereira, Jodi Lailvaux and Izaria Hassim.

4 Distinctions – Ismatou Balde, Jo-Anne Pringle, Carina Da Costa, Kajal Deokali and Leila Leaf.

3 Distinctions – Rafeeah Bismilla, Zakiyah Dockrat, Jessica Evans, Uvanie Govender, Tamlyn Harker, Zenadene Lazarus, Razeenah Manack, Lerato Niklaas, Megan Pringle, Savannah Thevan and Raheel Walljee.

Matric 2014

The school achieved a 100% pass rate for the 21st year in succession. All  151 of the class of 2014 achieved marks that allow them to progress to tertiary education and a total of 133 distinctions were obtained overall.

Tia Pillay 8 distinctions

Tia Pillay
8 distinctions

Savannah Bennett 7 distinctions

Savannah Bennett
7 distinctions

Nadine Shaikjee 7 distinctions

Nadine Shaikjee
7 distinctions

 

Monique Gosai 6 distinctions

Monique Gosai
6 distinctions

 

Sarah Price 6 distinctions

Sarah Price
6 distinctions

 

Thishala Waidyaratne 6 distinctions

Thishala Waidyaratne
6 distinctions

 

Tamiraa Naidoo 5 distinctions

Tamiraa Naidoo
5 distinctions

Robyn Pinkney-Atkinson 5 distinctions

Robyn Pinkney-Atkinson
5 distinctions

Morag Brown 4 distinctions

Morag Brown
4 distinctions

Kelly Ho 4 distinctions

Kelly Ho
4 distinctions

Amira Khatibi 4 distinctions

Amira Khatibi
4 distinctions

 

Matric 2013

A 100% pass rate was attained for the 20th year in succession. The entire class achieved marks that allow them to progress to tertiary education: 157 girls qualified for entrance to a bachelor’s degree, and 23 qualified for entrance to a diploma. A total of 236 distinctions were obtained overall. 59 girls achieved an average of above 70%.

The top performers were Amy Lee Spencer who achieved 8 distinctions and Skye Worster and Kirsty Marais who got 7 distinctions each.

Amy-Lee Spencer

Amy-Lee Spencer
8 distinctions

Skye Worster

Skye Worster
7 distinctions

MARAIS , KIRSTY

Kirsty Marais
7 distinctions

JACOBS , CANDICE

Candice Jacobs
6 distinctions

SILLMAN , ALEXANDRA

Alex Sillman
6 distinctions

TOPHAM , ELLA

Ella Topham
6 distinctions

BOSMAN , SHELLY

Shelly Bosman
5 distinctions

BRIJNATH , ISHANA 19

Ishana Brijnath
5 distinctions

DELFINI , ELIANA

Eliana Delfini
5 distinctions

HAMID , BIBI KAUSAR

Bibi Hamid
5 distinctions

KARODIA , AYESHA

Ayesha Karodia
5 distinctions

LAUGHTON , TARYN

Taryn Laughton
5 distinctions

MOHALE , NTOMBIKAYISE

Ntombi Mohale
5 distinctions

OSTOJA , EVA

Eva Ostoja
5 distinctions

PEREIRA , NADINE

Nadine Pereira
5 distinctions

SAVENIJE , MAELYN

Maelyn Savenije
5 distinctions

Matric 2012

The Class of 2012 had a 100% pass rate and the top performers were Siobhan de Lange and Taonga Zulu, who both achieved 9 distinctions each. Melissa Joubert achieved 8 distinctions, Anna Durrheim, Denisa Asamoah-Bekoe, Tasmiyah Chothia, Tanita Ramburuth-Hurt and Savannah Schlebusch achieved 7 distinctions each and Marie Kapay achieved 6 distinctions.

Siobhan De Lange 9 distinctions

Siobhan De Lange
9 distinctions

Taonga Zulu 9 distinctions

Taonga Zulu
9 distinctions

Melissa Joubert 8 distinctions

Melissa Joubert
8 distinctions

Denisa Asamoah-Bekoe 7 distinctions

Denisa Asamoah-Bekoe
7 distinctions

Tasmiyah Chothia 7 distinctions

Tasmiyah Chothia
7 distinctions

Anna Durrheim 7 distinctions

Anna Durrheim
7 distinctions

Tanita Ramburuth-Hurt 7 distinctions

Tanita Ramburuth-Hurt
7 distinctions

 

Savannah Schlebusch 7 distinctions

Savannah Schlebusch
7 distinctions

Marie Kapay 6 distinctions

Marie Kapay
6 distinctions

Shazia Dadoo, Delisa Govender, Lilly Oosthuizen and Amber Wessels achieved 5 distinctions each.

93.4%  of candidates qualified for university entrance and a total of  242 distinctions were achieved overall by the 167 candidates. 13 of our learners achieved an average of 80% and above and 48 learners achieved an average of between 70% and 79% .

Matric 2011

The Class of 2011 had a 100% pass rate and the top performers were Isabella Da Silva, Haleemah Essop, Tamar Gerges and Nicole Leong, who all achieved 8 distinctions each.

Megan Blignaut, Samantha Pinkney-Atkinson and Sylvia Ujma achieved 7 distinctions each.

Saleha Hamid, Monique Martin and Lauren Venter achieved 6 distinctions each.

Triszenia Jaggers, Sadiya Mansoor and Naudia Yorke achieved 5 distinctions each.

97 % of candidates qualified for university entrance and a total of  183 distinctions were achieved overall by the 136 candidates. 13 of our learners achieved an average of 80% and above and 34 learners achieved an average of between 70% and 79%.

Matric 2010

The Class of 2010 had a 100% pass rate and the top performers were Talira Naidoo with 9 distinctions and Kelina Naidoo and Sarah Pope with 8 distinctions each.

Nicole Cheong, Pelonomi Moiloa and Tatum Russo achieved 7 distinctions each.

Claudia Bozzonetti, Karishma Parbhoo and Sarah Smit achieved 6 distinctions each.

Brittany Craze, Katelyn Cuttler, Kirsti Ann Lathwood-Vose, Jade London, Rachel Pelders and Camilla Roche-Kelly achieved 5 distinctions each.

94% qualified for university entrance. 201 distinctions were achieved by the 155 learners. 15 learners achieved an average of 80% and above and 14 learners achieved an average of between 70 and 79%.

Matric 2009

Jeppe’s top achiever, Jessica Hill achieved 10 distinctions and was the top performer in Gauteng.

Adriana De Sousa Quiterio  and Malikah Koekemoer were also top achievers with 8 distinctions each.

Ayla Coop,  Ivana Egersdorfer,  Rechelle Govender and Sumayya Vorajee achieved 7 distinctions each.

Nabeelah Bemath,  Safia Dockrat, Katie Heming, Ashleigh Petzer, Tania Temlett and Kegan Van Zyl achieved 6 distinctions each.

Naa’ilah Abader,  Aaishah Alli,  Faheema Alli,  Anri Coetzee, Lesley Damons, Debre Johnson, Daniela Riquelme Morales, Simone  Schafer and Aneesah Shaikjee achieved 5 distinctions each.

97.6% of the 166 candidates qualified for university entrance and 296 distinctions were awarded overall. 21 of our learners achieved an average of 80% and above and 50 learners achieved an average of between 70% and 79%.