Pinetown girls celebrate

2016-01-12 06:00
The proud pupils with their matric results. Photo: supplied

The proud pupils with their matric results. Photo: supplied

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EXCITEMENT was written all over their faces when they collected their matric statements.

Pinetown Girls’ High Grade 12 pupil Deborah Mzimela from KwaNdengezi said it was a long wait.

“We waited a long time for our results and when I saw my [details] in the newspaper I screamed for joy.

“Now that I have passed I want to do a diploma in teaching. I like to teach people new things and I will be doing it for love, not money.”

Nobile Mbeje from Caversham said: “I’m happy that I passed Grade 12 and my plans for this year are to study nursing because I love helping people and taking care of them.”

Melisa Makhaya from Clermont said she wants to study civil law.

Pinetown Girls’ High principal Mrs C. Pretorius said: “We are very proud of our matrices and wish them well for the future.”

Pinetown Girls’ High School report of results:

Number of matrics who wrote the exam - 220

Number of matrics who passed - 217% Bachelor passes - 76%

Diploma passes - 21.3%

Higher certificate - 1.3%

Number of subject distinctions - 133

Pupils with five distinctions - two: Nolita Mvunelo and Nomthandazo Sithole.

Pupils with four distinctions - six: Nomfanelo Landi,

Sanelisiwe Mhlanzi, Mpho Moshoeshoe, Samkelisiwe Ngwenya, Nokwakha Mkhize and Langelihle Shezi.

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