Dear Parents, Staff and Members of the SGB
We are delighted to announce that the Matric Class of 2017 achieved wonderful results in the 2017 National Senior Certificate examinations. Their achievements have once again demonstrated the proud Bergvliet High fighting spirit when it comes to academic excellence and we are extremely pleased with the final results. We congratulate our candidates on their overall performance in the final examinations.
Below is a summary of the 2017 National Senior Certificate Results:
204 candidates wrote the NSC:
Bergvliet High School achieved a 99.5% pass rate (203 pupils passed)
81.9% (167) of our pupils qualified for entrance to Bachelor’s Degrees
15 pupils achieved overall passes with aggregates over 80%
14 pupils achieved overall passes with aggregates over 75%
The 204 candidates achieved 243 subject distinctions in all subjects – the highest ever
Of the 204 candidates:
Dayalan Nair achieved 8 subject distinctions.
Tiffany Säfers, Kelly Gilmour, Mikayla Dunn and Rozaid Stadhouer achieved 7 subject distinctions.
Jenna Gilmour and Kayleigh De Villiers achieved 6 subject distinctions.
Kaye Daniels, Natasha Theunissen, Cassandra Patterson, Jaime Rodgers, Sabrina Everts, Jennifer De Goede, Chrisley-Joy Vlotman, Caitlin Clarke, and Thomas Stranex achieved 5 subject distinctions.
I would like to thank the grade team, headed by Mrs Karin Grebe and assisted by Mrs Gazelle Avenant and Mr Paul Usher, for their leadership of the Class of 2017 and all the Bergvliet High staff for their professional and dedicated teaching and guidance which made these results possible. Further evidence that at Bergvliet High School we offer a world class education that empowers our pupils to find their place as meaningful citizens in both the South African and global economies. We are very proud of these results and it reflects on the truly talented teachers who work at Bergvliet High as well as the outstanding pupils who attend the School.
Bergvliet High School as a community school has done exceptionally in these exams both at the top and the bottom end and this is cause for celebration. All credit to the staff who have gone the extra mile time and time again when it felt like it was not possible to do so and to the pupils who displayed the pride they have in their results and their School. Class of 2017 – a job well done!!
We look forward to even better results from the Class of 2018.Kind regards