Rustenburg is a school that prides itself on setting high standards in the academic arena, and the 2012 Matric class were no exception, with a 100% pass rate. 99.3% received a Bachelors pass and the group achieved 467 individual subject distinctions between them.
At the 2011 National Senior Certificate Award Ceremony, Rustenburg was named the top school in the category: Excellence in Academic Performance - Western Cape. Rustenburg did not qualify to be included in the top 20 schools in the province this year because of the drop in student numbers in this Matric Class. To qualify, schools need a consistency in number of grade 12 candidates over a period of 3 years (at least 90%) of previous years.
This year all the individual subject averages were above 65% with 10 above 70% and a much improved 11 averages over 80%.
The schools’ top student is Alexandra Mould who achieved 8 subject distinctions and an aggregate of 93%.
In addition, 62 learners (45%) achieved 4 or more subject distinctions:
4 distinctions: 19 pupils
5 distinctions: 12 pupils
6 distinctions: 12 pupils
7 distinctions: 13 pupils
8 distinctions: 5 pupils
9 distinctions: 1 pupil
In addition, we are proud to announce that the following Rustenburg girls have achieved amongst the top ten marks for their individual subjects in the Western Cape:
Music: ABRSM Practical G7 – Ye Jin Hur (Highest mark: 1st place)
Music – Alexandra Mould (Highest mark: 1st place); Gladys Kisela (5th)
Music: TCL Practical Music G7 – Nahyun Park (Highest mark: 1st place)
Music: TCL Practical Music G8 – Yohan Chun (Highest mark: 1st place)
Afrikaans – Petrune Beattie (Joint 8th Highest mark); Alexandra Mould (Joint 10th highest mark)
Consumer Studies – Tara Clampett (4th highest mark); Chloe Kruger (10th)
Dance Studies – Amy Visser (2nd Highest mark); Melissa Wood (Joint 7th Highest mark)
Dramatic Arts – Simone van der Merwe (4th highest mark); Courtney Wallace (Joint 8th Highest mark); Aisha Najjaar (Joint 9th Highest mark)
English Home Language – Chloe Kruger (2nd Highest mark); Simone van der Merwe (3rd); Catherine Shaw (Joint 5th); Gladys Kisela and Katherine Werge (Joint 10th).
French Second Additional Language – Fraiche Rosee Baloubeta (9th highest mark)
Geography – Sameera Mahomedy (2nd highest mark); Petrune Beattie (Joint 3rd ); Simone van der Merwe (4th); Catherine Shaw (7th); Kayla-Paige Raper and Melissa Wood (Joint 10th)
Life Orientation – Chloe Kruger (Joint 9th)
Mathematics: probability; data handling – Ye Jin Hur (Joint 8th Highest mark); Aisha Najjaar (Joint 10th)
Physical Sciences – Alexandra Mould (Joint 9h Highest mark); Aisha Najjaar (Joint 10th)
Visual Arts – Amber Stodel (Joint 3rd Highest mark)
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