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Howick High School March News

Howick High School March News

Howick High School acknowledged for Excellence
Howick High School’s Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy and Engineering, Graphics and Design teachers were acknowledged by the Department of Education as the top teachers in the uMgungundlovu District at an awards ceremony held on Thursday, 1 March at Fernhill Hotel. Howick High School also received an award for achieving a 100% pass rate in the 2017 NSC examinations and our top pupil in the NSC examinations, Tariro Maphosa, was recognised for her achievement of 7 distinctions.

Howick High achieves Green Flag Status

Back row – L-R: Rachel van Heerden; Ntokozo Myende; Sanie Ntombela, Chanè Manthe, Emily Inman
Front row – L-R: Mrs Kate Keough, Mrs Lauren Farquharson (Principal), Mrs Cara Smith

It has taken 4 years of dedicated commitment and work, and our Eco-Club/Envirosquad have now achieved Green Flag status for Howick High School in the WESSA Eco Schools program. We congratulate all the pupils who have joined the club each year as well as those who have supported the club’s recycling and water-wise efforts. Thank you to Mrs Cara Smith who initiated the club and has built it to being a successful and thriving activity on our school program. We we wish Mrs Kate Keough all the best as she takes the helm in leading the club into the future. Age Quod Agis!


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