Zululand Observer - Weekender
Giles and Hoosen share the spoils
THE 2018 St Catherine’s School annual prizegiving ceremony was dominated by current head girls Sarah Giles and Dux pupil Aaminah Hoosen, who grabbed 13 awards between them.
Sarah, who not only achieved academically this year, but sporting as well, received the following awards:- Heather Brook floating trophy for literature, Mater Dei floating trophy for speech, Sr Ann Thöle floating trophy forlife orientation,
Rhind geography floating trophy (which was shared with Jessica van Huyssteen), Kleber Chemicals floating trophy for physical science, Victoria and Andrea Vlachos floating trophy – presented to the matric with the 2nd highest year mark, Senior Goodfellowship floating trophy, Cyril Morillion floating trophy – presented to the most public spirited matric, Sr Jeanne-Marie memorial floating trophy – presented to the pupil who participates consistently in all St Catherine’s has to offer in the sporting, cultural, academic and spiritual fields and the Monika Fahn memorial floating trophy – awarded by the Principal.
Hoosen was awarded the book prize
- Die Janse van Rensburg Boekprys vir Deursettingsvermoë, Emprint floating trophy for mathematics, Beath floating trophy for accounting and Matric Dux floating trophy.
Deputy head girl Wanele Mabaso picked up the Young lady of the year award and Goddards-Löffler floating trophy for business studies. Grade eleven pupil Olwethu Mbhele (Head Girl) and Khanyi Ngobese (Deputy Head Girl) were announced school leaders for 2019.