St Andrew’s matric class achieve 75 per cent grade average

Verushca Labuschagne - seven distinctions.

St Andrew’s School for Girls has received a 100 per cent pass rate for all candidates for the 29th year in succession.

97.3 per cent of learners at the school also achieved a bachelor degree pass and there were a total of 217 distinctions.

This equated to an average of 2.86 distinctions per learner with a total of 38 per cent of all results above 80 per cent.

Matric learners at the school also achieved 70 per cent and over in 73 per cent of their subjects.

Also read: St Andrew’s School for Girls learners honoured

The matric class attained an average result of 75 per cent.

Forty-five per cent of the school’s learners also completed an additional subject last year.

Sixteen learners were in the top one per cent nationally for their relevant subjects.

Jenna Long and Lamisah Seedat are placed on the IEB Outstanding Achievement List for being ranked within the top five per cent of learners in six or more subjects and scored 80 per cent or more in Life Orientation.

Katherine Tregoning – nine distinctions.

Lamisah Seedat – nine distinctions.

Hee Sun Kim – eight distinctions.

Yongezwa Mbayise – eight distinctions.

Alexandra Van Veijeren – seven distinctions.

Wyome Frankle – seven distinctions.

Mahlogonolo Kabi – seven distinctions.

Jenna Long – seven distinctions.

Gabriella Willis – seven distinctions.

Karla Anic – seven distinctions.

Verushca Labuschagne – seven distinctions.

  AUTHOR
Charmaine Slater
Senior journalist (Edenvale)

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