Curro Mossel Bay matric learners achieved a 100% pass rate in the 2018 Independent Examination Board exam and 89% of the candidates who wrote the exams received university admission.
Two learners, Lara van Rooyen and Megan Borain, achieved As and there were 33 distinctions in total.
Chané Theron, Heike Hoting and Gustav Swart make up the balance of the top five. The top candidate, Lara van Rooyen, achieved eight distinctions. Her mark for Advanced Maths was 95%. She is planning to do her BSc degree somewhere in the United States. She has already been admitted to the University of Michigan and even had a Yale interview. She is in the top 1% of IEB candidates in four subjects nationally.
Gustav Swart, who achieved four As, also received a special award from Curro for achieving excellent marks although he went through trying times. Gustav, Lara and Megan will travel to Gauteng later this week to receive their awards at Emperor's Palace.
The top five Curro Mossel Bay matrics are Megan Borain, Lara van Rooyen, Heike Hoting, Chané Theron and Gustav Swart.
Lara van Rooyen achieved eight distinctions.