Top matric results ‘a lovely ending to a long journey’

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Alexander Brits from Michaelhouse.
Alexander Brits from Michaelhouse.

Pietermaritzburg’s St Anne’s Diocesan College, St John’s Diocesan School for Girls, Michaelhouse, The Wykeham Collegiate, Hilton College and Kearsney College all produced top achievers from their matric class of 2021.

Michaelhouse had a 100% pass rate with all pupils achieving a bachelor’s degree entry pass and 41 of them achieving an A aggregate. The school’s top achiever, Alexander Brits bagged nine distinctions.

“The results were a lovely ending to a long journey,” said Brits.

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