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Eight As each: Kearsney’s Matthew Bolton and Ross Savage hold up eight fingers to emphasise their feat.
Eight As each: Kearsney’s Matthew Bolton and Ross Savage hold up eight fingers to emphasise their feat.

Hilton College, St Anne’s Diocesan College and St John’s Diocesan School for Girls in Pietermaritzburg each had pupils obtaining outstanding achievements in the 2020 Independent Examinations Board (IEB) national senior certificate examinations. They achieved within the top five percent in six or more subjects and achieved a rating level of seven in life orientation.

Deutsche Schule Hermannsburg also had a pupil in this category.

When it comes to commendable achievement, which is achieved within the top five percent in five subjects and a rating level of seven in Life Orientation, Wykeham Collegiate had four pupils in this category while Michaelhouse and St John’s Diocesan for Girls had two pupils each receiving the status. Hilton College and St Anne’s had one each.

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