Nothing but 100 per cent for Northcliff High

Christopher Conroy receives eight distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

There was nothing but smiles at Northcliff High School (NHS) today with the release of the matric results.

The school said they are extremely proud of the class of 2017 for their outstanding work during their matric year.

Ralishini Munsamy receives eight distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

A total of 286 NHS learners wrote the matric exam and all of them passed. As if a 100 per cent pass was not good enough, the school recorded 209 distinctions in total.

Two of the school’s top achievers, Christopher Conroy and Keon Roohani told Northcliff Melville Times about their post-matric plans.

 

Keon Roohani receives six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

While Roohani aims to take a gap year, Conroy will be jumping straight into computer engineering at the University of Pretoria. Roohani plans to pursue a similar degree after his gap year.

Of the 17 subjects that were written at the school, 14 had an average above 60 per cent. In the other subjects, the averages were above 55 per cent. NHS’s top subject was history which had a grade average of 71 per cent.

 

Uthmaan Bhyat receives seven distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

NHS top candidates:

  • Christopher Conroy – eight distinctions
  • Relashini Munsamy – eight distinctions
  • Uthmaan Bhyat – seven distinctions
  • Nicholas Levendis – seven distinctions
  • Fallon Pretorius – seven distinctions
  • Keon Roohani – seven distinctions
  • Sharon Adegoke – six distinctions
  • Amanda Ahamefule – six distinctions
  • Jacques Ceronio – six distinctions
  • Je-Me Kruger-Baartjes – six distinctions
  • Philippa Thompson – six distinctions

Sharon Adegoke receives six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

 

Jacques Ceronio obtains six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

Top performing students:

  • Christopher Conroy
  • Fallon Pretorius
  • Relashini Munsamy

 

Amanda Ahamefule receives six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

 

Fallon Pretorius receives seven distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

 

Je-Me Kruger-Baartjes receives six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

 

Phillipa Thompson receives six distinctions for the class of 2017. Photo: Supplied

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Roxy de Villiers
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