FROM PAGE 1Mountview celebrates

2016-01-07 06:00
Mountview Secondary’s class of 2015 celebrates their results on Wednesday morning. Photo: darshan rangai

Mountview Secondary’s class of 2015 celebrates their results on Wednesday morning. Photo: darshan rangai

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MOUNTVIEW Secondary’s matric pupils were both ecstatic and relieved after receiving their results on Wednesday morning.

The Weekly chatted to some of the pupils at the school.

Kyle Moodley: “I feel much better now that I know my results and the stress is gone. I was aiming higher, but I’m happy with what I achieved. Next year I’m going to study teaching or maybe join the fire department.”

Moodley wished his fellow matriculants well for the future and urged them to keep up the hard work.

“This is the first step of our new life. Let’s have fun and have no regrets,” said Moodley.

Nokuthule Ndaba: “Next year I want to study medicine. I have mixed feelings now that school is over. I’m scared, exited and curious. I’m going to miss my friends. I know some of them will be spread out all over the country, but whatever happens, make the best of it.”

Ndaba urged future matriculants to work hard from the start to the end of their schooling.

“You have to be a consistent worker. You should make the most of the year, but also focus on your studies,” said Ndaba.

Thobani Chiliza: “I’m feeling ecstatic because I have been stressed the whole holidays. I’m looking forward to moving into a whole new dimension in my life. School was great and hard at times and I think there are some things I will miss. I’m going to miss the other pupils and the teachers.”

“There were times I felt like giving up, but there were friends that kept me going.”

He urged his fellow matriculants to work hard in all their future endeavors.

“Always move forward in life and give off your best like we always did in school.”

Chiliza advised the matric class of 2016 to “work hard and don’t be lazy, be focused and determined. Anything you put your mind to you can achieve”.

Celine Rampersad said she is extremely excited to have completed her schooling career and finally knows her results.

“I want to go into teaching or law. We are finally over and I want to wish them all the best and hope they have an amazing year and future. I’m looking forward to chilling with my friends.”

She advised the class of 2016 to work hard and strive for their best.

School was great and hard at times and I think there are some things I will miss. I’m going to miss the other pupils and the teachers.

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