Tim takes the Gold!
On Sunday, 15 June 2014, Timothy Hattingh, a Grade nine learner from Carter High School took part in the 24km Sapphire Classic Race held at Bainsfield. Timothy placed 3rd overall, 2nd in his gender and 1st in his age group. Well done on your outstanding achievements and continue to strive for gold.
Top Gear Raffle Winner
The Grade 11 Committee has been working tiredly to raise funds for the Matric Dance in October this year. One of the fundraising incentives was a raffle to win two tickets to the Top Gear Festival. Congratulations to Mrs Mmapheko Khumalo on winning the Top Gear Festival tickets on Friday, 20 June 2014. Thank you to all who supported this fundraising venture.
Carter’s Future Professional Football Player
Mofika Ndlovu, a Grade 12 learner at Carter High School, has had a passion for soccer since the age of four. Mofika has shown real talent in the sport throughout his school career and with the encouragement from Mr Ismail Kajee, Head of Sport at Carter High, he was given the opportunity to play soccer with Maritzburg United for the past year. Thanks to Maritzburg United, he was selected for the U21 KZN team to play in the National Tournament in Cape Town during the June/July holidays. Mofika is keen to show off his skills to the scouts who will be in attendance in the hope of becoming a professional football player one day.
On behalf of Carter High School we wish him well in his travels and matches ahead. Keep reaching for your dreams!
Carter High learner selected for the Debating Provincial Team
Carter High School’s Debating teacher, Mr Jonathan Orton, was informed yesterday, 10 June 2014, that Adam Butler has been selected to represent the Pietermaritzburg & KZN School’s Debating League in the Provincials Competition, which will be held from the 27th to the 30th of June 2014 at St Mary's in Kloof.
Adam will compete against other scholars from various schools in the region for a place at National level which will take place at the beginning of the December holidays in Cape Town this year. Adam has won various best speaker awards throughout the year. Adam is also one of the six learners who was selected by the Department of Education who will be attended an International Youth Camp in Shanghai China during the June/July holidays. We wish Adam the best of luck and are proud to support such a dedicated young man.