Congratulations to the Class of 2016

  • December 30, 2016 | 100% Pass for 2016 Matrics

2016 MATRICULANTS ACHIEVE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AT ST PETER’S COLLEGE:

  • 100% Pass with 97% University Entrance
  • 103 Students with 100 Achieving University Entrance
  • 130 Distinctions achieved overall
  • 4 students in top 1% of IEB results
  • French – all 4 students attained distinctions with Matthieu Coche achieving 100%
  • Dramatic Arts – 11 of 13 students achieved distinctions

"St Peter’s College continues to empower young individuals to take themselves ‘bravely into the future’ with its integrated approach to academics, faith, co-curricular activities and strong social responsibility programme. St Peter's has become increasingly well-known for the high calibre of student, who have benefited from the holistic education on offer at the College. Attaining 100% pass rate with 97% university entrance again reinforces the testament to our academic excellence."
Shelly Matthews - Deputy Head: Academics

TOP ACHIEVERS

Caitlin Crow 

Caitlin Crow – 7 distinctions with overall average 86%

Caitlin, Dux Scholar of 2016, attained a full house of distinctions in the Grade 12 Preliminary Examinations as well as being the highest achieving academic candidate in her grade throughout her high school career. It is this young lady who, with academic honours and a white blazer, the highest accolade at the College, displayed the greatest promise for the Final Examinations. As expected, she continued with her renowned academic success in the Final Examinations by attaining an outstanding 7 distinctions in the National Senior Certificate Final Examinations.Her subjects: English, Afrikaans, Accounting, Life Orientation, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Science.

 

lfeoma Umeala 

lfeoma Umeala – 6 distinctions with overall average 84%.

Ifeoma attained distinctions in Business Studies, Dramatic Arts (94%), Engineering Graphics and Design, English, Life Orientation.

 

 

 

 

 

Four of our students are in the top 1% of the IEB results:

  • Naledi Belle – Business Studies
  • Luke Christelis – Dramatic Arts
  • Matthieu Coche – French Second Language (100%)
  • Ifeoma Umeala  - Dramatic Arts

Our students achieved 130 distinctions overall and we make mention of the following students in no particular order.

5 DISTINCTIONS

  • Brittany Paige-Pederson - 82% (90% Business Studies; 90% French)
  • Roxanne Harris – 82% (88% Dramatic Arts)
  • Luke Christelis – 81% (94% for Dramatic Arts)
  • Amber MacDonald – 81% (90% Life Orientation)
  • Naledi Belle - 80% (91% for Business Studies)
  • Cheyan Davidson – 80%
  • Daniel Martin – 80% (89% for Dramatic Arts)

4 DISTINCTIONS

  • Matthieu Coche (100% French) – Special mention: top 1%
  • Nicholas Ferrett (92% Mathematics, 94% IT and 92% for EGD)
  • Emma La Trobe (92% Visual Art)
  • Joslyn Lategan (90% Visual Art)

SPECIAL MENTIONS

  • Kirsten Blane – 90% Mathematical Literacy
  • April Donnelly – 90% Drama
  • Cameron Foster – 91% Mathematical Literacy
  • Kenzo Kayiranga – 93% French
  • Sarah Kickhöfel – 90% Mathematical Literacy
  • Verdanth Panchoo – 95% Mathematical Literacy
  • Sinenhlanhla Phetha – 90% isiZulu
  • Mark Pinks – 94% Mathematics
  • Sirish Ramessur – 90% Mathematics