School set to improve its distinctions

ST FRANCIS’ COLLEGE is committing itself to doubling its efforts not only for maintaining its impressive academic record, but also to improving the number of distinctions at the end of this academic year.’

These were the words of school Principal Mr J. B. Nzama, who was speaking during a school assembly recently. At the assembly, Mr Nzama, urged educators and learners to remain committed in their work and thus ensuring that the school’s flag continues flying higher.

According to the school principal, based on school’s grade 12 analyses of results for 2011 as received from the KZN Department of Education, the school obtained a total of 106 distinctions.

“It is important to note that, 78 learners wrote the examination and 77 learners passed, while one learner received incomplete results,” said Mr Nzama, adding that on more positive note, one of the learners, Thokozani Mchunu, obtained a 100% pass in the accounting examination.

“It is such spirit of commitment and unwavering dedication that we would like to see prevail in our school,” he said.

Below is the Grade 12 Analysis of Results 2011