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After two gruelling years of COVID-19, school disruptions and a COVID-19 outbreak just before the Trial examinations, the 2021 Matrics made it to the finish line and were able to write their final examinations in November last year. They are applauded for their adaptability and tenacity in overcoming the many hurdles they had to face. Despite the many challenges, we are pleased to announce a 100% pass rate and some outstanding achievements from our girls.  Well done to the girls and staff on these excellent results. Here are some of their main achievements:


  • 56 candidates wrote and 55 (98,2%) achieved Bachelor Degree passes.
  • 162 subject Level 7 symbols (80% or more). This is 41% of the total symbols and a 2.9% increase on the 2021 results, which was the highest number of distinctions ever earned.
  • 116 subject Level 6 symbols (70 – 79 %). This means that 70,4% of all marks were 70% or higher.
  • The girls achieved an average of 2,89 distinctions per candidate, with 52 girls achieving at least

one distinction.

  • On average, the girls achieved 4,96 Level 6 or 7 passes per candidate.

Our top achiever for 2021 was Aneesa Rawat who achieved 7 distinctions and an average of 89,17%.  In addition, Aneesa was placed in the Top 1% of Candidates for Life Sciences. This is a remarkable achievement for which Aneesa is congratulated.

Eighteen girls achieved four or more distinctions:

  • Seven Distinctions: Aneesa Rawat; Camryn Jordaan; Jodi Jeffreys; Jenna Fyvie and Diya Paparam
  • Six Distinctions: Leah Sachs and Malaika Mamabolo
  • Five Distinctions: Emma Mundell; Jade Evans; Chloe Launder; Britannie Hohls
  • Four Distinctions: Amy-Leigh Kleinhans; Courtney Meiklejohn; Nonzulu Malinga; Maddison Walton; Olivia Bedingham; Stephanie Meyer; Phiwokuhle Gobhozi.

Rachel Bromley was placed in the Top 1% of candidates for Life Orientation.

In total, 12 girls achieved A aggregates (over 80% average in all subjects) and 29 candidates achieved B aggregates (70 – 79%).  This means that 71,9% of girls achieved A or B aggregates.  The average overall mark achieved was 73,6%.

Mrs Mkhulise and the IsiZulu girls are congratulated on the whole class achieving distinctions.  This is the second year in a row that Mrs Mkhulise has achieved 100% distinctions for her Matric class.

We wish all the girls the very best for 2022 as the majority of them embark on further studies and we look forward to hearing of their future successes.

1 Comment

  1. Ntuthu Luna Mar 18, 2022

    Congratulations to the outstanding perfomance displayed by the school. This shows strong partnership amongd all players. Keep up the good work.


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