2019

One top Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award in South Africa
  • AS Level Environmental Management

2018

One top Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award in South Africa
  • AS Level Environmental Management

2017

Two top Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in South Africa
  • A Level Afrikaans
  • AS Level Environmental Management

2016

Three top Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in South Africa
  • A Level Afrikaans
  • A Level German
  • IGCSE Art & Design

2015

Two top Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards in South Africa
  • AS Level Business Studies
  • AS Level Environmental Management

Celebrating Academic Excellence

Past Students Special Achievements

I matriculated in 2015 and then dedicated myself ever since to improving my golf skills as I have a dream to play professional tournament golf. In 2016 I travelled to Switzerland and Germany where I competed in three tournaments. Of the three events I finished top 15 twice; 11th in the German Junior Masters and T12th in the Olivier Barras in Switzerland. I came home to compete in the men’s Premier Inter Provincial Tournament representing Southern Cape and it was very satisfying to be part of the winning team. I maintained my good form for the remainder of the year and won the Eastern Province Stroke Play in November 2016 plus a few Southern Cape Union events including George Open.

 

I went to Europe in June/July of 2017  and competed in the Irish Amateur and the Lytham trophy plus a couple of events in Switzerland. Highlights of 2017 was making the finals of the SA Amateur at Humewood Golf Club and successfully defending my Eastern Province Stroke Play title. I won 2 Southern Cape events during the year; the Oubaai Club Championships and the Kingswood Club Championships. I represented the Southern Cape in the men’s Premier Inter Provincial Tournament where the team finished 2nd.

 

I reached my highest amateur ranking early in 2018 where I was ranked 11th in South African Amateur Golf. I successfully defended my Oubaai Club Championship, enjoyed a top 5 finish in a Big Easy event and had several top 10 positions in IGT events. I once again represented the Southern Cape in the men’s Premier Inter Provincial Tournament where the team finished runner up for the 2nd year in a row.

Caylum Boon

Deputy Head Boy 2015

In 2016 I completed my A levels in Physics and Economics at Rundle College. In 2017 I fully recovered from a snapped ACL in my right knee and continued to pursue my dream of being a professional golfer. In 2018 I won the Mossel Bay Open, the Southern Cape Foursomes, the Kingswood Club Champs and finished 2nd in the Kingswood Open.

Aidan Boon

Head Boy 2015

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Charnay Williams Graduates Magna Cum Laude!

Former KeNako Academy golf student and Rundle College Head Girl of 2015, Charnay Williams, graduated Magna Cum Laude at Tyler Junior College. Charnay departed KeNako on a full golf scholarship to the USA in 2017. Charnay participated in the academy programme for 5 years and completed her Cambridge A Level Biology and AS Level Physics and Chemistry‬ in the School Leaver Programme in 2016. She is passionate about the medical field and enrolled to study Medical Lab Technology at Tyler Junior College whilst continuing with her golf. Congratulations on achieving your goals Charnay! Keep striving for success. KeNako Academy and Rundle College are extremely proud of your achievements. Charnay was grateful for the truly international education and the life skills taught to her at Rundle and KeNako which she believes opened doors to her future. Wishing you all the best with your future Charnay – one of your goals is now ticked off your checklist

Hugh Seton on the Road to Success

On the road to becoming a doctor. Former Rundle College Head Boy Hugh Seton is completing his first year MBchB at the Tygerberg Medical Campus in Cape Town. Hugh was Rundle’s Head Boy in 2016. He is currently enrolled at the University of Stellenbosch and already has a year of pre-med BSc Human Life Science under his belt. We wish you all the best with your studies in the medical field Hugh!

Etta-Juju Dlulane Attends Prestiges Attacq Ltd's Attacq Programme

Rundle College student Etta-Juju Dlulane was selected to attend the Attacq Ltd's Attacq programme in Johannesburg. She was flown up, attended an Environmental Sustainability talk, had a site tour of the Waterfall and Waterfall City. That evening they attended a dinner at the Mall of Africa and spent the night in the City Lodge Waterfall City. The next morning they attended the Attacq Results Presentation after which she was flown back to George.

 

Etta’s thoughts on the experience:

 

When I arrived at the O.R Tambo International Airport on a sunny afternoon, I was nervous at first but quickly became comfortable at the welcoming spirit of my peers and the Attacq chaperones. The excursion was not only informative in terms of the way a company works and showing the stepping stones towards a career in finance or business, but also by showing how the heritage and history of our country can come into play in terms of architectural development. It was a thrilling and once-in-a-lifetime experience I will always keep with me. Thank you Rundle College and Mrs. Puttick for the opportunity.

 

Etta-Juju Dlulane

Rundle College Student

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