WILDERKLAVER RUGBY FESTIVAL
Selborne College 1st Rugby XV drew Diamantveld 1st Rugby XV (20-20)
Selborne College 1st Rugby XV lost Outeniqua 1st Rugby XV (22-24)
The BIRTHDAY boys!
On the day Selborne 1st XV played Outeniqua, it was Daniel Voigt's (right) birthday, and,
on the day we played Diamantveld, it was David Brits' (left) birthday.
Starts on 29 April 2015 and ends on 1 May 2015.
Selbornians selected to represent South Africa.
Justin Cronje has been selected to represent South Africa High Schools U15 tennis team. The team will travel to the United Kingdom in June 2015, to compete.
Mitchell Connellan (A Team) and Ryan Lottering (B Team) have been selected to represent South Africa U16 Water Polo Team. Stephan Nieuwenhuizen has been selected as a non-travelling reserve. The teams will travel to Malta in July 2015.
Camdon Dicks has been selected to represent South Africa in Dancing. He is due to travel with the South African team, to Los Angeles in July this year.
Nicos Efstatiou has been selected to represent South Africa at U15 Badminton.
The Selbornian 100th Special Edition Pack
Selborne College Rowing Club named their newly acquire rowing four the "Sam Gunn".
Left to Right: Mr Kevin Taylor (Master in Charge of Rowing), Mr Sam Gunn (Past Headmaster and who the boat is named after), Mr Andrew Dewar (Headmaster) and Mr Clinton Hand (Representing the Class of 1994 who donated the funds for the boat).
SELBORNE COLLEGE : RESULT SUMMARY NSC 2014
HIGH QUALITY RESULTS REMAIN IN PLACE
The class of 2014 again produced a healthy set of results with 80% of the class passing at the level required for entry to Bachelor’s degree studies and 99% passing overall (1 of the 142 candidates still needs to pass a subject in the supplementary examinations). The outstanding results of top candidates are particularly pleasing. An impressive 5 candidates achieved distinctions for all 7 of their subjects, while 18 achieved 4 or more distinctions.
Rohin Jain’s results are truly amazing. His full house of distinctions includes 100% for Mathematics and Physical Science, 99% for Accounting and 95% for Life Sciences. His average is 94%. He was the top Mathematics achiever in the country, was second in Physical Science and also top in South Africa in Mathematics and Physical Science combined.
Cecil Jnawali’s 97% for Accounting and 95% for Mathematics also stand out. He achieved his 7 distinctions at an average of 90%. Jonathan Dutton, Mlingane Matiwane and Reece Pienaar also achieved distinctions for all 7 of their subjects. Siviwe Dlanga achieved 99% for Mathematics and 6 distinctions in all. Other candidates to achieve 6 distinctions were Matthew Brain, Jody Julies, John Kachoko, Anthony Malinzi and Jason Steyn. Jacinto da Silva (96% for History) and Daniel Petzer achieved 5 distinctions, while Ross Ashmead, Vivek George, Sheldon Moss, Bradley Pape and Justin Thomas each achieved 4 distinctions. Rogan Oelofse’s 94% for Visual Art is indicative of his talent in this subject.
There were 19 distinctions for Mathematics, 16 for History, 15 for Accounting, 13 for Physical Sciences and Life Sciences,12 for English, 10 for Mathematical Literacy, 7 for EGD and Afrikaans, 4 for IsiXhosa, 2 for Geography and Music and 1 for Visual Art. Subject averages were healthy with Life Orientation, EGD, Visual Art and Mathematical Literacy over 70% and English, IsiXhosa, Mathematics, Accounting, Life Sciences, History and Music all at 60% or more.
Congratulations to Selborne College's Rohin Jain, who came 1st in Mathematics, 2nd in Physical Science and 1st in Mathematics and Physical Science combined, in the whole of South Africa. The results were announced on SABC by Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga during a special broadcast. Congratulations to Rohin on this unbelievable achievement. The Selborne Family is extremely proud.
Selborne College bid the Gunn's Farewell
Friday 28th November 2014.
Mr Gunn addresses the boys for the final time after 21 years of unbelievable service.
Enjoy your retirement sir!
Mrs Denise Gunn was guest of honour at the final assembly of the year.
The school bid the Gunn's farewell with a rousing rendition of the Selborne WAR CRY!
SC for Selborne College!