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18 January 2024
 
Statement on the Cedar House Grade 12 National Senior Certificate Results 2023
 
The Grade 12s of 2023 have many reasons to celebrate. Receiving their results marks the end of a 12+ year chapter that has been filled with a vast range of adventures. Most of them started Grade 8 in 2019. They experienced just over 1 year of ‘normal’ high school before everything was turned on its head. At a young age they had to learn how to adapt to multiple changes in lifestyle, including adapting to changes in how they were taught. The long-term effects of those months of living in fear and unease are still playing out in all our lives. This is especially true of those who were adolescents at the time of COVID 19.
With challenges comes opportunities for growth. Since 2020 we have seen the Grade12s of 2023 come together as a group and support each other through difficult times. Together they built their resilience and showed true tenacity when working towards their goals. Maya Angelou phrased this process beautifully, “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.
Success is not just about reaching a destination. It is also about the journey travelled. We are proud of the results achieved by the students, but are even more proud of the hard work they have done for many years to get where they are today. Their journey holds meaning beyond these results; they are actively engaged in something genuinely significant.
On an individual level: 

Jed vW achieved 7 distinctions.

Jesse-Ann B, Olivia C, Sarah D, Grace D, Joseph I, Annabel M, Katy S and Keira T all achieved 5 distinctions.

Olivia C was placed in the top 1% for English.

On a group level: 

Of the 68 students who completed the exams, 87% of them achieved a Bachelor’s Degree pass. 97% of the grade achieved at least one 70% in their exams. 50% of the grade achieved aggregates of 70% or above. More than half of all exams written by our students had a result of 70% and higher.

On a subject level: 

Cedar House students acquitted themselves particularly well in the following subjects (with % of candidates achieving above 70% given in brackets):

Accounting (50%)

Business Studies (46%)

Design (60%)

Dramatic Arts (65%)

English (59%)

History (62%)

Information Technology (100%)

isiXhosa (40%)

Life Orientation (75%)

Life Sciences (75%)

Mathematical Literacy (67%)

Mathematics (38%)

Physical Sciences (39%)

Visual Arts (79%)

Cedar House students acquitted themselves particularly well in the following subjects (with % of candidates achieving above 80% given in brackets):

Accounting (50%)

Business Studies (29%)

Design (33%)

Dramatic Arts (53%)

History (26%)

Information Technology (100%)

Life Orientation (28%)

Visual Arts (46%)

Lesley Robertson (Head of Academics) 

Gail Gubb (Principal)