Head Prefects for 2016
Congratulations to the new Prefects of 2016. Special congratulations to the following Head Prefects:
Head Girl Thalitha Gaya
Head Boy Gabriel Pillay
Deputy Head Girl Calyn Reddy
Deputy Head Girl Meklit Tessema
Deputy Head Boy Adam Butler
Deputy Head Boy Zwakele Mchiza
CARTER HIGH SCHOOL
Notice of Annual Budget Meeting
Monday, 23 November 2015
In the Team Teaching Room
The proposed budget will be available
for inspection as of 9 November 2015
at the school.
ALL parents are encouraged to attend
Annual Academic Awards Ceremony
Left to right: Saidur Molla, Kevan Du Plessis and Kirthi Singh
On Thursday, 15 October 2015, Carter High School held their Annual Academic Awards Ceremony to award and celebrate our learner’s outstanding achievements. Ms Stephanie Saville, News Editor of the Natal Witness, was the guest speaker who reflected on the achievements of past Carter learners such as Greg Minaar, Colin Mkhize and other dynamic Carterian’s who have excelled through Carter High School. Saidur Molla was placed 1st in Grade 12 gaining Academic Honours and Outstanding Effort certificate. Kevan Du Plessis placed 2nd, with Academic Honors and Outstanding Effort and Kirthi Singh placed 3rd with Academic Honors and Outstanding Effort. These young men and women are the results of a school that prides itself on academic excellence and ethos. Congratulations to all our awardees on your outstanding achievements.
Carter High embraces cultural diversity
On Wednesday, 23 September 2015, Carter High School staff and learners came together to celebrate Cultural Day. The learners, under the guidance of the staff, were tasked to select a country which they represented and showcased for the rest of the school. The school then had the opportunity to purchase tickets to taste all the scrumptious food from those countries represented. There were over twelve countries including France, USA, Italy, SA and so forth. While our judges were visiting each country, the rest of the school were entertained by various talented Carterians’ such as Bianca Rasan who performed a traditional Indian Dance, The Zulu Dancers, The Carter KFC Allstar Cheerleaders, and Aborigine dancers. Our judges, Chef Sushi De Goede (Mr Johan De Goede), Chef Nigela (Mrs Debbie Nel) and Chef Ramsay McGordon (Mr Richard Gordon) had a very difficult task nominating the winners. The winners for the best countries were; France, Spain and Hawaii with South Africa being rewarded for the best participation. A sincere thanks to all staff and learners for a very successful Cultural Day!
(More photos are available on our Facebook page)
Carter’s places 2nd in the province
Saidur Molla, a Grade 12 Carter High learner, was placed 2nd in the SAIPA National Accounting Olympiad 2015 competition. The competition involved schools from all over the country. Saidur’s mentor, Mr RV Reddy, was ecstatic when he heard that one of his top learners had achieved 2nd place. Well done to Saidur on his outstanding achievement and we wish him well for the future.