Carter bowled over with delight
Mr Wesley Sigamoney, owner of C-More Construction, bowled over Carter High School’s 1st team cricket boys and girls when he presented them with cricket kits for 2015. Mr Ismail Kajee, Head of Sport at Carter High, continues to produce the highest standard of sports within the school.
On behalf of the Principal and learners we wish to thank Mr Sigamoney for his generous donation and wish him a very successful 2015.
Photo back left to right: Mr Wesley Sigamoney, Mr Ashwin Ramgoolam and Mr Ismail Kajee, Front left to right: Vaughn Manuel, Ms Danelle Zaayman and Brandon Maharaj
Top Achievers for 2014
Carter High School continues to produce outstanding results. Our pass rate has remained consistent over the past four years with a pass rate of 97.12% for 2014. Our performance was as follows: 145 Bachelor passes, 49 Diploma passes and 9 Certificate passes.
Our top achievers of 2014 are as follows:
- Surina Maharaj with five distinctions in Afrikaans 83%, Life Sciences 91%, Life Orientation 84%, Accountancy 90% and History 91%.
- Kaghan Padayachee with five distinctions in Life Sciences 86%, Physics 94%, Maths 81%, Life Orientation 90% and Accountancy 87%.
- Vuyani Colvelle with five distinctions in English 82%, Afrikaans 85%, Geography 84%, Life Sciences 81% and Physics 80%.
- Kandice Naidoo with four distinctions in English 85%, Geography 83%, Life Sciences 82% and Life Orientation 85%.
- Brandon Scheepers with four distinctions in English 85%, Life Orientation 83%, History 91% and Visual Art 96%.
- Matthew Rule with four distinctions in English 80%, Life Sciences 85%, Life Orientation 82% and History 81%.
- Hannah Butler with four distinctions in English 81%, Afrikaans 84%, Life Sciences 81% and Visual Art 86%.
- Tarryn Anthony with four distinctions in Life Orientation 81%, Business Studies 91%, History 87% and Consumer Studies 82%.
We wish all of our matrics of 2014 well as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. We thank them for maintaining the high standards at Carter High and wish our Matrics of 2015 all the best for the up and coming year.
Carter High’s Prefect Body for 2015
Each year learners are hand-picked to become the leaders and ambassadors of the school. These learners were taken on an intensive three day leadership camp they were taught the fundamentals of being a great leader and at the same time they had an opportunity to test their skills. We congratulate Naseem Khan and Cecilia W’emedi on being chosen as Head Boy and Head Girl for 2015. This prestigious position is the highest honour the school can bestow upon a learner.
Congratulations to the following learners on being selected as deputy heads, Shaun Gouws, Jarrod Olivier, Kesley Vather and Noluthando Mhlongo. And last but certainly not least, congratulations to the rest of the prefect body on their appointments.
We are confident that the prefect body under the leadership of the heads and deputies will make an immense contribution to the ethos of the school by upholding the traditions of the school with pride and honour. We extend our best wishes to the prefect body in the up and coming year.
Important Notice to All Parents
Your child will be issued with a newsletter today, 22.01.2015 regarding the new bell times. Kindly ensure you receive the newsletter from your child. Alternatively the newsletter is available on the D6 Communicator under the Resources Tab.
If you do not have the D6 Communicator as yet log into: www.d6communicator.com and download the programme. It takes five minutes to download and is free and very informative.
Welcome to the Carter Family Grade 8's
We wish to welcome all our new Grade 8's to the Carter family. We trust your time at CHS will be filled with adventure, care and enthusiasm. We wish to officially welcome our staff body and learners back to school.
Remember our motto: Carter – A unique opportunity. Seize it! Be inspired.
O'dellin Naicker and Muhammad Hamza Saleh Grade 8's