Alumni 2018 - AS Awards
Top Achievers = > 80%
- Computer Science
- Environmental Management
- Physics and
1. Jay Nathwani
2. James Anderson
3. Joyce Konin
4. Sarah van der Westhuizen
5. Heinrich Faul
6. Hans- Willem Moolman
Top Grade Positions
Colours - Provincial Representative
1. Jesse le Roux
He is a member of the South Cape Children’s Choir that took part in the World Choir Games in Pretoria in 2018. There were two categories, namely Musica Sacra and the Children’s Choir Championship. For both these categories the choir received Silver Medals.
2. Janli Venter
Participated in the SANESA Regional Competition and was named one of the top 5 riders in the Western Cape. She was graded 2nd in the 80cm Show Jumping category; 6th in the 90cm Show Jumping category and 7th in the Novice Dressage category in the Western Cape.
3. Hans-Willem Moolman
He received his Eden colours of Cycling and Hunting Rifle Shooting.
4. Calvin Maia
He came first in the Pezula Junior Open,
He came first in the Samola Junior Open,
He tied 3rd in the George Junior Open,
He tied 4th in the Tswane Junior Open,
He has been selected for the U/19 Southern Cape Team twice.
Firstly to participate in a Triangular against WP and Boland and secondly in the Heptangular against 7 other provinces.
He was ranked 5th in the Southern Cape and 36th in the country in the U/19 division in 2018.
Honourary Colours – National Representative
1. Jay Nathwani
- For the second year running he has represented Tanzania in Golf in the Junior All Africa Championship which took place in Morocco in March 2018.
Cum Laude Colours – National Winner
1. Manus Moolman
He was invited to the SA Hunting Rifle and Shooting Association Top 50/20 which was held in Mpumalanga in May 2018. He did some excellent shooting during the two days of the competition and ended up in the Senior South African Team: the first junior ever to qualify for the SAHRSA Open Team. Manus represented the team during the 3rd International World Championship held outside Bloemfontein in July. In addition to South Africa, there were participants from Australia, Namibia, Sweden, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands. The marksmen were tested to their limits. The competition consisted of a three-day shooting with different size steel plates and paper targets at different unknown distances, up to an estimated 400 metres. The ranges are built in the open veld and distances are unknown and should be judged by the competitor. 155 marksmen attended the competition from all over the world. In the team competition, the South African team took the honours followed by the Czech Republic in 2nd place and Namibia in the 3rd place.
As an individual, he came 1st in the Junior Category and 2nd Overall in the Open Category and won the International Hunting Rifle Shooting Association World Championship Junior title. For this Manus Moolman receives Honourary Colours Cum Laude.
Jesse le Roux
- Showing excellence of character, holding the name of the school in high esteem and performing beyond expectations
Prefects of 2018