Matric National Senior Certificate Results 2014 - St Andrew's College

Matric National Senior Certificate Results 2014

Welcome to 19th Headmaster – Mr Alan Thompson and his family.
January 5, 2015
Welcome to a new year – 2015
January 16, 2015
Welcome to 19th Headmaster – Mr Alan Thompson and his family.
January 5, 2015
Welcome to a new year – 2015
January 16, 2015

Matric National Senior Certificate Results 2014

We warmly congratulate the 2014 Matric group who have rounded off a memorable year at College by producing excellent results in their Final Examination.

7 Subject “A”s
James Lake – Accounting, Afrikaans FAL, Life Orientation, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Science, Advanced Programme Mathematics
6 Subject “A”s
Jonathan Jayes – Dramatic Arts, English HL, History, Life Orientation, Mathematics, Physical Science Robert Ball Afrikaans FAL, Geography, Life Orientation, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Science
Matthew Kroon – Accounting, Afrikaans FAL, Geography, Life Orientation, Mathematics, Physical Science
James Holmes – English HL, History, Life Orientation, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Advanced Programme English
5 Subject “A”s
Benjamin Stijkel – Accounting, Geography, Life Orientation, Mathematics, Physical Science Andrew Mills History, Life Orientation, Mathematics, Physical Science, Advanced Programme Mathematics
Darryl Higgins – Accounting, Geography, Life Orientation, Life Sciences, Mathematics 4 Subject “A”s Nicholas Wilkinson English HL, Information Technology, Life Orientation, Mathematics
Zinzan Angus-Leppan – Dramatic Arts, isiXhosa FAL, Life Orientation, Life Sciences Julian Smith Dramatic Arts, English HL, Life Orientation, Mathematics

We have pleasure in summarising the results below:
• All the candidates passed the examination with a BD pass (100%) which makes them eligible to study for a degree course at university.
• The boys achieved a total of 144 subject distinctions.
• 65% of the boys got one or more subject distinctions.
• 21% of all the subject results were above 80%, 57% above 70%, and 81% of the results were
above 60%.
• Special mention should be made of the following departments:
o Accounting, in which a quarter of the boys achieved above 80%.
o Dramatic Arts, in which 10 of the 22 boys achieved an “A”.
o Geography, in which 22% of the boys achieved above 80%.
o isiXhosa FAL, in which 35% of the 20 boys achieved an “A”.
o Life Orientation, in which 37% of the boys achieved distinctions.
o Mathematics, in which 28% of the boys achieved an “A”.
o Mathematical Literacy, in which two in three boys achieved distinctions.

We also congratulate the following boys who were placed in the top 1% of all the candidates nationally who wrote these subjects:
•Benjamin Stijkel for Accounting
•Jonathan Jayes for Dramatic Art
•James Lake for Mathematics
While we salute the top candidates, the entire group is to be commended, as many of these boys achieved the best examination results of their school careers.
The excellent results reflect the hard work of the candidates and the dedication of the teachers at both the DSG and College.