Glen Brack High School Top achiever:
Phindile Kahambule, who received two distinctions (Accounting and Business Economics) A message from the principal: We had a very challenging 2013. We had to institute intervention classes, which honestly speaking were not well attended. On the positive side of things, we enjoyed great support from parents who tried their best to work together with the staff to find solutions. My message to our 2013 matric class is that they should continue to do their
best and let God do the rest. To those who did not do so well; this may seem like you are experiencing the dark of the tunnel, but keep on keeping on because there is a light at the end of the tunnel and you have options. To those who have made it through, go out there and carry the vision of your school, which demands that we remain competitive. – Mr Motshitela.
MOVING UP: Thuladu Mahaye, Lerato Mosia, Katlego Thobie, George Somo.
14 January 2014
Bracken High School Congratulations to the following Bracken High School matric learners who excelled in the 2013 National Examinations. 6 distinctions: Nyiko Ngxola, Lebogang Ncube, Sheldon Reddy. 5 distinctions: Basheerah Khamisa, Kamogelo Matjila, Theesan Mudley, Priyanka Naidoo. A message from the principal: I am very proud of our pupils and staff who have proven that hard work and commitment pay
off. To all members of Bracken High School’s class of 2013, all the best with all your future endeavours. - Mr Jordaan Student Quote: “2013 was difficult, I struggled but all the hard work and studying did pay off. In 2014 I’ll be off to the Cape to study accounting at UCT through my bursary thanks to Price Waterhouse Coopers.” - Lebogang Ncube.
BURSARY BENEFICIARY: Lebogang Ncube (6 distinctions) in good company with her mom, Dr Esper Ncube.
Published on Jan 14, 2014