Howick High News February

Howick High Tennis Achievement

Kelly Kendall (C), Hannah Ikin (VC), Alexandra Candler and Mary-Lynn Cotton at the Smythe Tennis Tournament at Kershaw park.

Recently, Alexandra Candler, Mary Lynn Cotton, Hannah Ikin and Kelly Kendall traveled to Kershaw Park to compete in the annual Smythe Trophy Tennis Tournament where the team played brilliant tennis against tough opposition. Alexandra Candler and Mary-Lynn Cotton were placed 3rd in the A Section and Kelly Kendall and Hannah Ikin were placed 1st in the C Section. Age Quod Agis!

Howick High Rowing Achievement

Dr Dave Gibbs, Bruce Clements, Tyrone Gibbs, Connor Gibbs and Reece Sauter at the Victoria Lake Club Rowing Regatta in Germiston


Brothers, Connor and Tyron Gibbs represented our local Henley Midmar Rowing Club and Howick High in a rowing regatta at the Victoria Lake Club (VLC) in Germiston, Johannesburg at the end of January where they fared well for their first ever senior C sculls event. In their doubles race they were placed 3rd in their heat and 6th out of 21 overall.



Howick High Equestrian Achievement

Nadine Dickinson on Silver Flight, taking 5th place in cross country at the Dulcoed Stadium Evening competition over the weekend of 27 January.


The Howick High School Equestrian Team have started on a high note this year, with four of the five team members competing at Dolcoed in Stadium Eventing at the end of January. Luca Tissiman was placed first three times, both in arena eventing and cross country; Tristan Strauss had a first place in cross country; Daena Horne came second and third in arena eventing and Nadine Dickinson came fifth in cross country on her horse, Silver Flight, who was a first time eventer.



Howick High’s Envirosquad

Front: Abigail Peterson (Grade 10 Rep), Sanie Ntombela (Chairperson), Hannah van Rij (Grade 10 Rep), Amy Webster (Wildlands). Back: Mr Ryan (Nedbank), Rachel van Heerden (Secretary), Mrs K. Keough (Teacher In Charge), Emily Inman (Vice-chairperson), Mrs C Smith (Teacher In charge)


Howick High School’s Envirosquad were recently awarded a certificate from Wildlands and Nedbank congratulating the club for collecting 7 tons of recycling in 2017.