Hlonyane top performer at Muir

2018-01-11 06:00
Athenkosi Hlonyane.Photo:SUPPLIED

Athenkosi Hlonyane.Photo:SUPPLIED

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Muir College’s Athenkosi Hlonyane emerged as the school’s top performer in the recent NSC Exams. Hlonyane , who was also the Dux scholar for 2017, obtained 5 distinctions, which included 91% for Physical Sciences and 89% for Mathematics.

He will now commence with a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Stellenbosch University.

Muir Headmaster, Robin Stephenson paid tribute to Athenkosi saying, “Athi is a special young man. He is multi-talented and works hard to achieve his goals. He certainly has a bright future”.

Earlier this year, Hlonyane also represented his province at the SA U19 Athletics Championships.

Commenting on the results in general, Stephenson said he was pleased with the performance of the class. The overall pass rate was 98,8%.

“Of course, we need to analyse the results comrehensively and set our goals for the new year,” said Stephenson.


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