Grace College News in December

Grace College News in December

Children’s Home supporters at Grace College

Standing L-R: Paige Schutte, Heather McElhenny, Hannah Watkinson and Mrs Glynis Watt-Pringle
Seated L-R: Rebecca Rasmussen, Candace Swart and Ruth Taylor

This Grade 11 Mentor group at Grace College, responded to a call from Achieve Careers to collect second hand children’s books for the Pietermaritzburg Children’s Home. They chose to do this instead of buying Christmas gifts for each other. Well done to these young ladies for demonstrating kindness to others.







L-R: Channell Da Rosa, Zane Jones and Katia Da Rosa Jones

Grace College pupil takes on Jump City Stadium Dash

Channell Da Rosa in Grade 11 at Grace College participated in the Jump City Stadium Dash with her family in Durban recently, in wet rainy conditions. Channell finished in a time of 1:30:54, she was the 118 female finisher out of 379. This fun and challenging event comprises an inner city obstacle race, which takes competitors through an adrenaline pumping obstacle course.





Nashua boosts rugby at Grace College

L-R: JP Du Toit and Wandile Mbekeni

During 2017 Nashua played a valuable role in our school rugby growth through their rugby skills programme which brought two vibrant training session to our sports fields. Our rugby players enjoyed the energy and enthusiasm of the Nashua teams at both events. Wandile Mbekeni in Grade 10 delivered a record breaking catch and pass routine during the training. On comparing statistics from the second session with the first, Wandile showed the greatest improvement of all our rugby players. In acknowledgement of this achievement he was presented with a new pair of rugby boots today by JP Du Toit, the Nashua Pietermaritzburg sales director.


Grace College Head Prefects 2018

Head prefects at Grace College for 2018 L-R: Graeme Gibbs (Deputy Head Boy), Tarryn Plaatjes (Deputy Head Girl), Mr Vincent Luksich (Headmaster at Grace College), Megan Pluke (Head Girl) and Jason Tillett (Head Boy).