IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Outgoing class of 2019 has made QGHS proud
The matriculants of QGHS have indeed brought great honour to their parents, the Principal, staff and fellow learners by producing a 100% pass rate.
12 years of hard work, with great effort and determination saw the 2019 matriculants at QGHS reap the rewards that bore the fruits of their excellent results. An outstanding learner Amrisha Baboolall achieved 8 distinctions and was placed 7th in the Umlazi district. Holisha Chetty also achieved 8 distinctions. Danielle Raquel Govender, Shivanika Pillay, Simran Mrishana Premchund, Bronwyn Leigh Ramsamy, Saiyuri Thashmil Reddy all had 7 distinctions. Those that achieved 6 distinctions were Niressa Kayleigh Durai, Courtney-Lee Padaychee and Jadene Tarryn Pillay while Michaela Chetty achieved 5 distinctions.
Learners were filled with excitement but also apprehensive regarding their chosen field of studies. They expressed gratitude and gave thanks to their educators who played a crucial role in moulding them to be successful.
The principal and educators honoured the accolades of the top achievers at a special assembly and thereafter invited them to tea to wish them well on their new chapter at studying at various tertiary institutions.
Congratulations to the Junior debate team for winning their match against Curro Hillcrest.
Well done girls.
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