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BY Malakhiwe Hoffman

Riebeek College is very proud of its matric class of 2017 who obtained a 100% pass rate with an excellent 93,75% bachelor pass. The teachers of Riebeek College proudly congratulated the matric class as they received their results after waiting anxiously for what seemed to be a long time. Jessica Schoeman who attained fantastic results of 7 distinctions said, "Waiting for the results was just plain nerve wracking. All I could do was hope I achieved what I worked so hard for. It wasn't easy but my Matric year was the best moment in my school life. I have realised now how much Riebeek has prepared me for the future. The teachers are so dedicated and I'm sure I wouldn't have attained 7 distinctions if it wasn't for their support. My next step would be to study software development at NMU." There were many more fantastic results achieved by the matric class such as Lauren Campbell, deputy headgirl, and Jamie-Lee Daniels who both got 6 distinctions. Jamie-Lee said, "Matric year gave me a lot to handle throughout the year. My social life was also a lot, Riebeek helped me realise how I had to learn how to separate what is important from what is just a waste of time. So I was taught how to develop tunnel vision and that is what I am taking away with me. I am thrilled to step into the future and study medicine at Stellenbosch although I will miss the legends of the class of 2017. I am looking forward to our 10th year anniversary with genuine excitement." Although they are parting ways with Riebeek to pursue their bright futures, they will always remember their journey through high school and will never forget the sisters they have made and the legendary legacy they have built. Headgirl, Ambesa Daniels said, "The whole dynamic of this school is just excellent, I am so proud of my sisters. To all those who will follow the last of the 90's kids, we have set the bar now it's up to you to raise it even higher. It's that easy, really."

 January 07, 2018
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