Seatides top matriculants

Photo: supplied Kimone Premlall, Nayna Narotam, Aleesha Naidoo, Preshen Goobiah, Viashna Chablal, Prenel Chunilall and Lisa Singh.
Photo: supplied Kimone Premlall, Nayna Narotam, Aleesha Naidoo, Preshen Goobiah, Viashna Chablal, Prenel Chunilall and Lisa Singh.

SEATIDES Combined School achieved exceptional matric results in 2015 with a 100% pass rate being achieved.

The school’s 91 matriculates obtained 147 distinctions with seven pupils achieving distinctions in all their subjects.

The top pupils were:

Viashna Chablal who obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, accounting and life orientation, with an aggregate of 93%.

Viasha will be studying Medicine at the University of Pretoria.

Nayna Narotam obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, accounting and life orientation, with an aggregate of 91%.

Kimone Premlall obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, information technology and life orientation, with an aggregate of 91%.

Prenel Chunilall obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, information technology and life orientation, with an aggregate of 90%.

Preshen Goobiah achieved seven As for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, information technology and life orientation with a 90% aggregate.

Lisa Singh obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, geography and life orientation, with an aggregate of 88%.

Aleesha Naidoo obtained seven distinctions for English, Afrikaans, mathematics, physical science, life science, information technology and life orientation, with an aggregate of 85%.

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