School Governing Body Elections 2015-2018
The election of the parent members and the executive committee of the school governing body have been concluded on Thursday, 19 March 2015.
The governing body comprises of the following members:
Dr VK Maistry (Chairman)
Mr G van Gruning (Vice-Chairman)
Mrs J Donnelly (Treasurer/Finco Chairman)
Ms E Cele (Secretary)
Mr AC Rogers (parent member)
Mr P Perumal (parent member)
Mrs C Chirkoot (parent member)
Ms T Naiker (parent member)
Mr A Ramgoolam (Ex-officio)
Mrs F Kleinhans (teacher representative)
Mrs M Savary (teacher representative)
Mrs L Pieters (teacher representative)
Mrs S Keiser (staff representative – non-teaching)
Thembalihle Ngubane (RCL)
Darryl Pillay (RCL)
Mr S Chesworth (co-opted parent member)
Mrs M Maboee (co-opted parent member)
Ms N Shabalala (co-opted parent member)
Mr J De Goede (co-opted – Learners Affairs Officer)
Mrs J Rogers (co-opted – Marketing Manager)
Mr I Kajee (co-opted – Head of Sport)
Mrs L Smith (co-opted – Finance Manager)
Mr R Gordon (co-opted – Senior Management)
Mr K Solomons (co-opted – Senior Management)
Mr C Johnson (co-opted – Maintenance Manager)
Welcome to all our new SGB members.
King Goodwill Zwelithini
Six of Carter High learners, together with eight other schools in the Pietermaritzburg district, participated in the ‘Guard of Honour’ ceremony to welcome King Goodwill Zwelithini at the Opening of Provincial Legislature held at the Royal Show Grounds on Thursday, 26 February 2015. This was a huge honor to be involved in such a prestigious event.
(Front left to right: Michaela Schott, Kyeren Higgins and Regina Callejan. Back left to right: Kevin Lansberg, Jarred Orchard and Christen Pitout)
Carter’s Academic Achievers
Carter High School held their Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, 11 February 2015, to acknowledge the outstanding achievements of our learners and highlight the high quality and standard of education we offer. Effort and merit certificates were awarded to a large number of learners across the board who achieved over 32A effort symbols and nothing less than a B. The following learners were placed first, second and third in their respective grades:
The following Grade 8’s achieved over an 80% aggregate and were awarded merit and effort certificates:
The following Grade 9’s achieved over an 80% aggregate and were awarded merit and effort certificates:
The following Grade 10’s achieved over a 75% aggregate and were awarded merit and effort certificates:
The following Grade 11’s achieved over a 75% aggregate and were awarded merit and effort certificates:
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the all parents who attended this prestigious award ceremony and witnessed the calibre of learners we have at the school and how the school maintains academic excellence. Congratulations to all our achievers on their outstanding results and we wish them success and happiness for 2015.
Carter’s Midmar Champ
Nickeil Gopicherran, a Grade 8 boy from Carter High, proudly poses for a photo boasting his medal and certificate for having swum the Midmar Mile for a 3rd time since he started competing. He completed the mile race in 31 minutes and 51 seconds. He enjoys the sport and has set his mind to competing in a sea-swim race soon.
Well done on your outstanding achievement Nickeil and we wish you all the best for your future races.
Cayln’s amazing trip to the USA
Cayln Reddy is a Carter High learner who has had the privileged opportunity to be an exchange student. Cayln left for the USA in September last year. She is currently living in the State of Iowa in a small city called Clear Lake where she stays with her host mom and host sister in a house on the lake. She attends a very small school compared to Carter High but in this time she has developed close bonds with many people. She attends football matches, runs cross country, performs in the choir and takes theology classes. She even gets to ride the iconic yellow bus to school every day.
During her stay she has been very fortunate to have travelled to places like New York City, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Diego and Las Vegas. The memories that stand out for her were the trip to the Grand Canyon, walking on Hollywood Boulevard and going to the very top of the Empire State Building.
Cayln attended a conference in New York whereby she embarked on a feeding scheme project through an organisation called Mary’s Meals. Follow the attached link for further info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGizlUPxaX4
Cayln has five months left in the USA before she comes home to SA but in the time remaining she hopes to achieve great things. She is a great ambassador for her country and her school and we wish her well in her stay in the USA.