Howick High School News

Howick High School News

Howick High Cricket
During the October school holidays, Howick High School’s First XI participated in Weston Agricultural College’s Cricket Festival. The results of Howick’s matches were: vs Ferrum College – Howick won by 8 wickets; vs Vryheid – Howick lost by 4 runs; vs Heronsbridge – Howick won by 12 runs; vs Hansmoore – Howick lost this fixture; vs Treverton – Howick won by 6 runs; vs Ladysmith – the match was called off due to rain and lightning
vs Maritzburg College – Howick lost this fixture.

At the final prize giving, the trophy for the ‘Best Batsman of the Festival’ was awarded to Philip Geldart from Howick High School and Coach, Mr Gardner’s objective was reached when the team were again unanimously awarded the ‘Fair Play & Sportsmanship’ Trophy.

Howick High School’s First XI Cricket Captain, Gareth Coetzer, with the trophy the team were unanimously awarded for ‘Fair Play and Sportsmanship’ at the recent Weston Cricket Festival. Photos taken by Howick High School.

 

Best Batsman of the Festival’ was awarded to Philip Geldart from Howick High School

Best Batsman of the Festival’ was awarded to Philip Geldart from Howick High School

Howick High Dux of School

Left to Right – Kiash Kalipersad (Grade 9) and Shaylin Kalipersad (Dux 2015) with their parents, Mrs Rosey Kalipersad and Mr Herman Kalipersad at the annual Howick High School Prize Giving.

Left to Right – Kiash Kalipersad (Grade 9) and Shaylin Kalipersad (Dux 2015) with their parents, Mrs Rosey Kalipersad and Mr Herman Kalipersad at the annual Howick High School Prize Giving.

At Howick High School’s Prizegiving ceremony on the 16th of October, Shaylin Kalipersad was presented with the Dux award, having achieved an aggregate of 90%. Shaylin also received his Academic Honours, the Mathematics, Life Science, Accounting and Physical Science subject prizes as well as the Dr Marshal Science award.

Howick High Leaders

Left to Right: May Mazibuko (Head Boy), Jenna Pike (Head Girl), Kirsten Mingay (Deputy Head Girl) and Thomas Bull (Deputy Head Boy)

Left to Right: May Mazibuko (Head Boy), Jenna Pike (Head Girl), Kirsten Mingay (Deputy Head Girl) and Thomas Bull (Deputy Head Boy)

The following Howick High School learners were announced as the Senior Representative Learners for 2015/2016 at Assembly on Thursday, 15 October: Wade Peter, Trystin Nel, Thomas Bull, Gary King, Lungile Ngwenya, Evan Nanni, Anele Nzuza, May Mazibuko, Nicole de Klerk, Kristin Fourie, Kate Venter, Zama Gqiba, Zinhle Gwala, Kirsten Mingay, Sarah Mingay and Jenna Pike. The Midmar House leaders are Wade Peter, Nicole de Klerk, Tanaka Vhumbunu, Nonsikelele Msomi, Taytim Ratanji, Maybongwe Mazibuko, Gary King and Ruari Karlsen.

At Speech Night, the following were announced as Head Prefects: Head Boy – May Mazibuko, Head Girl – Jenna Pike, Deputy Head Boy – Thomas Bull, Deputy Head Girl – Kirsten Mingay, Head Boy of Hostel – Wade Peter, Head Girl of Hostel – Nicole de Klerk

Howick High Prize-Giving

Howick High Prize-Giving A very special Speech Night and Prize Giving took place at Howick High School on Friday, 16th October, with many memorable moments. Guest Speaker and past pupil, Avril Halstead (Class of 1993), gave a most encouraging and insightful speech, reminding us all that we forget so often what a special village we live in here in Howick, and the role that a great school like Howick High plays in making us the wonderful community we are. Avril reminded us why we can be proud to be educated at such a fine school and hold our heads up high when networking within national and global spheres.   It was most fitting that Avril, who received the first ever White Blazer and Gold Badge for achieving Colours in Academics, Sport and Culture, was present to witness our most recent recipient, Grace Crooks (Head Girl 2015), receiving her White Blazer.  In closing the event, Mr Dave Bailey (Vice Principal), paid tribute to Mr Robert Langley, Howick High School’s Headmaster for the past 13 years, who will be retiring at the end of this year. CAPTION “Grace Crooks, Head Girl 2015, and Avril Halstead, Dux 1993, at Howick High School’s recent Speech Night where Grace received her White Blazer and Gold Badge.  Avril was the first pupil to receive this honour in 1993.”

Pic: Grace Crooks, Head Girl 2015, and Avril Halstead, Dux 1993, at Howick High School’s recent Speech Night where Grace received her White Blazer and Gold Badge. Avril was the first pupil to receive this honour in 1993.”

A very special Speech Night and Prize Giving took place at Howick High School on Friday, 16th October, with many memorable moments. Guest Speaker and past pupil, Avril Halstead (Class of 1993), gave a most encouraging and insightful speech, reminding us all that we forget so often what a special village we live in here in Howick, and the role that a great school like Howick High plays in making us the wonderful community we are. Avril reminded us why we can be proud to be educated at such a fine school and hold our heads up high when networking within national and global spheres. It was most fitting that Avril, who received the first ever White Blazer and Gold Badge for achieving Colours in Academics, Sport and Culture, was present to witness our most recent recipient, Grace Crooks (Head Girl 2015), receiving her White Blazer. In closing the event, Mr Dave Bailey (Vice Principal), paid tribute to Mr Robert Langley, Howick High School’s Headmaster for the past 13 years, who will be retiring at the end of this year.