Ranked amongst the top NSC learners in the Province!

We congratulate the following 2015 Matric learners who were ranked amongst the top 10 in the following subjects in the province. isiXhosa FAL:   Nokubonga Fatman – 2nd Dance Studies:  Veronique Reagon – 2nd Visual Arts Mikayla Visser – 2nd Alyssa Stiepen – 8th  

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Wynberg once again invited to the WCED Award Ceremony for excellent NSC results

Once again Wynberg Girls’ High was amongst the schools invited to Leeuenhof, the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape. The award we received, as on previous occasions, was Category 1 – Excellence in academic performance. In this category, awards are made to all schools in the province (including independent schools) that have […]

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On January 12th, 2016, posted in: Academic, Achievement, Featured, News, NSC by

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We congratulate Wynberg’s top three Matric candidates!

We congratulate Nicole Wentzel, Ashleigh Thompson and Tamsyn Gaynor who were top of their grade in the final National Senior Certificate examinations and who achieved aggregates of 94.9%, 90.9% and 90% respectively. They are seen here with Shirley Harding, Principal of Wynberg Girls’ High School, and their parents. From left to right: Nicole Wentzel, Mrs […]

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On January 6th, 2016, posted in: Academic, Achievement, Featured, Grade 12, News, NSC by

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Preparing for an Exhibition

While examinations might have been over for the majority of the matrics, it certainly wasn’t for the Visual Arts students as they worked busily as mounting their final Matric Art Exhibition. The opening for invited guests will be able to see this exhibition on Monday 29, and thereafter, it will be open to the public […]

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Mrs de Waal shares Wynberg’s best practice at Language Symposium.

The Afrikaans Department did exceptionally well last year in the National Senior Certificate – we achieved 22 A’s, 49 B’s and 33 C’s and Wynberg is the top Government school in the Metropole. The department performed exceptionally well in Paper 2 with the average being 20% above that of the Provincial average. At a recent […]

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