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Congratulations Class of 2019!

Congratulations Class of 2019!

Congratulations to our Matrics! The Class of 2019 has achieved some wonderful results, both individually and collectively. The 2019 group have produced their best set of results in the FET phase of school, earning 1.98 distinctions per candidate. Furthermore, 47 of the 48 candidates achieved a Bachelor Degree Pass, and one candidate a Diploma Pass.

Two matrics, Hanro Hay and Gabriela Kilzer, have achieved an IEB Commendable Achievement recognition certificate. This means that they each performed within the top 5% of candidates nationally in five subjects, and in addition earned an A in Life Orientation.

Our top achievers are listed below, but special mention must be made of Daniel van Zyl, Hanro Hay, Gabriela Kilzer and Jessica van Strijp. In the final exams, Daniel achieved eight distinctions, while Hanro, Gabriela and Jessica each achieved seven distinctions. They all leave their school careers behind them with the accolade of overall excellence. A number of other members of the grade achieved either one or two distinctions.


Top Achievers

Eight Distinctions
  • Daniel van Zyl (English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Dramatic Arts, Geography, Information Technology, Physical Science, Life Orientation). Advanced Programme Mathematics as an extra subject. Daniel performed in the top 1% of candidates nationally in Geography.
Seven Distinctions
  • Hanro Hay (English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Accounting, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Orientation). Advanced Programme Mathematics as an extra subject – Oakhill top achiever for Advanced Programme Mathematics. Hanro performed in the top 1% of candidates nationally in Afrikaans First Additional Language, Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
  • Gabriela Kilzer (English, Afrikaans, Mathematical Literacy, Business Studies, History, Visual Arts, Life Orientation).
  • Jessica van Strijp (English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Accounting, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Life Orientation). Jessica performed in the top 1% of candidates nationally in Life Sciences.
Six Distinctions
  • Neve Canny (English, Afrikaans, History, Life Sciences, Visual Arts, Life Orientation)
  • Angelina Faria (English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, History, Visual Arts, Life Orientation). Angelina performed in the top 1% of candidates nationally in Visual Arts.
  • Kristina Steward (English, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Visual Arts, Life Orientation)
  • Mathew Zwarts (English, Afrikaans, Mathematics, Geography, History, Physical Sciences)
Five Distinctions
  • Famke Beukes (English, Afrikaans, Life Sciences, Visual Arts, Life Orientation). Famke performed in the top 1% of candidates nationally in Afrikaans First Additional Language.
Four Distinctions
  • Morgan Brymer (Afrikaans, Life Sciences, Visual Arts, Life Orientation)
  • Christopher Lamprecht (Mathematics, Information Technology, Physical Sciences, Life Orientation)
Three Distinctions
  • Shante Strydom (Afrikaans, Visual Arts, Life Orientation)
  • David van Heerden (English, Dramatic Arts, Life Orientation)

Top candidates per subject

We have five students who performed in the top 1% of candidates in individual subjects nationally this year and we congratulate them wholeheartedly: Hanro Hay, Famke Beukes, Daniel van Zyl, Jessica van Strijp and Angelina Faria.

We congratulate Neve Canny, Angelina Faria, Hanro Hay, Gabriela Kilzer, Kristina Steward, Jessica van Strijp, Daniel van Zyl and Mathew Zwarts who achieved aggregates over 80%.

The students who impressed the Drama Practical examiner were Trevor Gebhard and David van Heerden, and Gabriela Kilzer earned top honours for her Visual Arts Practical.


Read more about the full analysis of results HERE
See other years’ Matric Results HERE

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