These were very pleasing with Suhail Dada (2011 DUX) reaping the benefit of much hard work with 11 distinctions – a school record! Muhammad Ismail did himself and the school proud by achieving second place in the country in the quintile five category of schools and excelling with 9 distinctions.
A summary of the results is as follows:
|No. of candidates||215|
|No. of passes||215 (100%)|
|No. of Bachelor's (University Entrance)
|No. of Diploma passes||18 (8%)|
|No. of Certificate passes||2 (1%)|
Total number of subject distinctions – 445 (439 in 2010) which translates to 2.1 A's per candidate.
Boys who achieved 7 distinctions and more:
|11 A's||Suhail Dada|
|9 A's||Dirk van Heeswijk
|8 A's||Michael Brombacher
|7 A's||Nicholas Bechet
The high-flyers this year have ensured our best results ever at this end of the spectrum while the overall results compare with the best ever achieved by Maritzburg College in the past.
We are very proud of the Class of 2011.
We have heard that we are second in the province in terms of number of pupils who have obtained 6 or more subject distinctions. Beaten only by Westville Girls' High!
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