Terrific results from Amanzimtoti High School

Siyanda Hadebe

By Holly Konig

Amanzimtoti High School matric class of 2016 are all smiles as they boast a 99% pass rate for 2016.

With four pupils achieving A aggregates, and an astronomical 25 pupils achieving B aggregates, the teachers are proud of the matrics’ achievements.

Siyanda Hadebe, the school’s top achiever, finished off his year with an astounding 86% aggregate and a full 100% for business studies. Hot on his heels, Senamile Dubazane produced an 82% aggregate. Eireen Bowker and Jodie Viljoen shared an 80% aggregate, placing them in joint third.

The local high school’s school-leavers produced a high percentage of A symbols in individual subjects. In 2016, 12% of Life Science pupils achieved As, along with 11% of physical science, 33% of art and 15% of drama. A huge 44% of isiZulu pupils acquired an A aggregate, 27% of accounting, 10% of maths literacy, 14% of afrikaans first additional language and 3% of mathematics pupils.

The results attest to the dedication and commitment shown by both the staff and pupils of Amanzimtoti High School.

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