Preparing Students for Life

In keeping with our Mission Statement of ‘preparing students for life’, we are always delighted to learn of past students who excel in their chosen careers. These alumni that are featured here are just a sample of the many success stories of which we are exceptionally proud. Our website features these achievers and is updated as more become known to us.

Jolene Mortimer

2004 Head Girl

Master of Sport Science (cum laude)
Jolene is a biokineticist and resides in Gauteng.
Amongst many other awards, she received the SA Association for the Advancement of Science (S2A3) medal for Best Masters Research Project. She owns JM Biokentics and Vida Fit.

Lavashkar Chetty

2004

B Sc Chemical Engineering (UKZN). Lavashkar is a chemical engineer at Sasol.

Dr Jane Giliam (neé Gibbs)

1980

Veterinarian. Studied Veterinary Science at Massey University in New Zealand where she currently resides.

Amy Booth

Matriculated 2012

Amy achieved nine subject A’s in matric with 100% for Visual Art. She is a second-year student at UCT and earned the highest average mark for her year with awards for Best Overall Performance, Students’ Surgical Society prize for the highest score in the anatomy sections and the prize for best student in Integrated Health Systems in second year studies.

Caleb Jones

Matriculated 2009

Recipient of the 2013 Garlicke & Bousfield Environmental Law Award, the Abel Torf Prize for best overall LLB student, the KwaZulu-Natal Law Society Prize for best LLB student and the Phatshoane Henney Group Honour Medal for graduating summa cum laude.