Academic, High School

Sweet success for class of 2022

As Epworth celebrates 125 years of education excellence, it pays tribute to the class of 2022 on their impressive set of IEB National Senior Certificate results.

Once again, Epworth recorded 100% pass rate with 59 of our 61 candidates achieving entry to university (96,72%), and two pupils achieving entry to diploma studies. The national IEB percentage for passing with university entrance is 89,32%.

Three Epworth pupils, Rebecca Cook, Ashley du Toit and Daniela Vonkeman, did exceptionally well to achieve in the top 5% in six or more of their subjects, placing them on the IEB Outstanding Achievements list.

Eight pupils were ranked in the top 1% of subjects nationally.

Our 61 pupils recorded a total of 167 distinctions, which equates to 2,74 distinctions per pupil.

Number of subject A’s (includes Further Studies English and Mathematics):
9 A’s: Rebecca Cook, Daniela Vonkeman
8 A’s: Ashley du Toit
7 A’s: Emily Freedman, Caitlin Soden, Christina Stanton
6 A’s: Domonique Bennetts, Amy Hulett
5 A’s: Nikita Badul, Kelly Cotterrell, Tannah Duncan, Sibongakonke Malinga, Kayleigh
Schmidt, Nokwanda Shongwe

Principal of Epworth High School, Mrs Tracey Munro, is incredibly proud of the class of 2022. “Their final results barely indicate any impact from the challenges faced by both the pupils and the staff over the past few years which is impressive. Looking at the trials results and the portfolio marks, they met or improved upon the majority of their results in finals. Sincere thanks and appreciation are extended to the Epworth staff who challenge and nurture each one of our pupils on their Epworth journey,” she said.