Kingsway High School’s Class of 2021 Matric Results
Kingsway High School continued its Academic Excellence that we are renowned for, achieving an overall 96% pass rate with 178 candidates who entered and wrote the 2021 National Senior Certificate Examination. We are pleased to announce that we had two learners placed in the top 10 in KZN, with Cade Sayner placed 1st overall. The school is extremely proud with this level of achievement from the Class of 2021. Our learners achieved 66% Bachelor Passes, 22% Diploma Passes and 8% Higher Certificate Passes, with 237 Subject Distinctions. 10 Candidates achieved “A” aggregates.
Kingsway High School and KZN’s Top Achiever for 2021 is Cade Sayner (95.43% average), followed by Neha Ramjuan (94% average) placed 9th in KZN, Aron Ramiah (94% average) and Tyrese Naidoo (91% average).
These four candidates all achieved 7 A’s. In fifth place is Yusuf Hajat (88% average).
Cade Sayner achieved the top marks in Physical Science (99%), Mathematics (99%), Accounting (98%) and Afrikaans First Additional Language (96%). Amy Henwood achieved top marks for Mathematical Lit (98%), Neha Ramjuan achieved the top marks in English (96%). Aron Ramiah achieved the top mark in Life Science (93%) and Life Orientation (94%). Yusuf Hajat achieved the top mark in Dramatic Arts (95%). Taegen Moodley achieved the top mark for History (93%). Christine Pillay achieved the top mark for Tourism (91%). Luyanda Zwane achieved the top mark for Isizulu First Additional Language (91%). Sashin Naidoo achieved the top mark for Eng Graphics & Design (90%).
Kingsway High School is exceptionally proud of all our learners and their achievements.
Kingsway High School wishes to place on record its appreciation to the Department of Education for maintaining good standards for the examination process.
The Kingsway High School Governing Body would like to thank the Class of 2021 for their outstanding achievement, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and would like to salute our academic staff who went the extra mile to support our Grade 12 learners.
It takes a village to raise a child, and we would also like to acknowledge the role of our Primary Schools in the success we see at Kingsway High School level. It is a well-known fact that the quality of results at the end of grade 12, are massively impacted by the quality of teaching and learning in the foundation phase.
Kingsway High School also congratulates our neighbouring schools on their fine achievement. The Amanzimtoti Community can be most proud of its excellent high schools.