Hillcrest High matric results

2017-01-10 06:01
Photo: supplied Julia Schauerte (right) with three distinctions and her proud mother, Bernadette.

Photo: supplied Julia Schauerte (right) with three distinctions and her proud mother, Bernadette.

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CONGRATULATIONS to the Hillcrest High matrics on achieving a 98.96% pass rate (national average is 76.2% (72.5% if including progressed pupils) and 69.5% for KwaZulu-Natal (66.4% if including progressed pupils). Hillcrest High’s Bachelor’s pass rate doubled that of the national average (36.7% i.e. 162 374 candidates out of 442 672) at 72.4%. Overall, 202 distinctions were achieved.

Hillcrest High’s top four achievers all with seven distinctions:

• Bryce Foster (90.4% average, with 92% for mathematics and 90% for physical science)

• Hot on Bryce’s heels at just a 0.1% difference was Brittany Graham, with 90.3% average and an excellent mark in English of 95%

• Emily Goode achieved an 89.4% average and 100% in visual art.

• Jaydene Marais achieved an 88.9% average

Khea Emms and Megan Parkinson both achieved six distinctions.

Jamie Aucamp also achieved 100% in visual art and 2016 head prefect, Londeka Zuma, achieved five distinctions.

Hillcrest High deputy principal, Mrs D. Knight said: “The 2016 matrics have done themselves, their families and their teachers at Hillcrest High proud. I especially want to thank our staff and parents for alltheir efforts to help their pupils. We wish our young ladies and men the very best as they pursue their future goals.” - Supplied.

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