Senior school academic awards at St Andrew’s School for Girls from Bedfordview, are calculated on the subject year mark achieved at the end of the 2018 academic year. Girls must have written the November examinations to be eligible for an award.

Pictured above: Junior colours for academics at St Andrew’s School for Girls are presented to a girl who achieved 80% or above in 9 or more Learning Areas in Grade 8. Alisha Calitz, Kayla Grobler, Chabu Kambafwile, Shannen Kench, Amelia Maistry, Eryn Meiklejohn, Radiyyah Seedat, Melissa Van Der Berg, Donna Yates, Yuxin Zhang and Eva Zuo are all awarded with junior colours for academics.  

Junior colours for academics at St Andrew’s School for Girls are presented to a girl who achieved 80% or above in 9 or more Learning Areas in Grade 9, or has accumulated 80% in 18 or more Learning Areas in Grade 8 & 9. Risana Baloyi, Jessica Franklin, Marvelous Aderibigbe, Kayla Chinhakwe, Carolyn Laker, Entle Macoba, Thandeka Makhubu, Elena Mandic, Andzani Mthenjane, Angela Wang and Hae Soo Kim are all awarded with junior colours for academics.

In Grade 10 and 11 at St Andrew’s School for Girls, a minimum of 65% must be achieved for Life Orientation in order to be eligible for an award. Where Life Orientation does not count as a subject distinction, additional subjects such as Advance Programme Mathematics and English do count. Academic half colours are presented to a girl who achieved a minimum of 4 subject distinctions in her grade 10 year marks. Charlotte Cannone, Nicole Chetty, Khumo Kgoadi, Gomolemo Moloi, Mbali Musundwa, Shanae Stevens, Sabeeha Suleman and Betty Zhu are all awarded with half colours for academics.

In Grade 10 and 11 at St Andrew’s School for Girls, a minimum of 65% must be achieved for Life Orientation in order to be eligible for an award. Where Life Orientation does not count as a subject distinction, additional subjects such as Advance Programme Mathematics and English do count. Academic full colours are presented to a girl who has achieved a minimum of 5 subject distinctions in her grade 10 year marks. Kayla Calitz, Aimee Caplan, Emma-Nicole Cockbain, Ishika Govan, Sarah Kromhout, Jia Liu, Amukelani Manda, Lihle Ndlovu, Gabrielle Padiachy, Michaela Stavrides, Sarah Thurston, Uchechi Umah, Ugochi Umah, Divina Vaswani, Carina Wen, Georgia Wensley and Hayley White are all awarded with half colours for academics.

In Grade 10 and 11 at St Andrew’s School for Girls, a minimum of 65% must be achieved for Life Orientation in order to be eligible for an award. Where Life Orientation does not count as a subject distinction, additional subjects such as Advance Programme Mathematics and English do count. Academic half colours are presented to a girl who has achieved a minimum of 4 subject distinctions in her grade 10 year marks .Hannah Chappel, Karabo Maikeco, Kulani Ngoveni, Zenani Radebe and Aaliyah Kolia are all awarded with half colours for academics.

Academic full colours are presented to a girl at St Andrew’s School for Girls who has achieved a minimum of 5 subject distinctions in her grade 11 marks, or has accumulated at least 10 subject distinctions across her grade 10 and 11 year marks. Yi Min Cai, Caitlin Van Der Berg, Sarah Adank ,Ashleigh Berry, Owethu Bukula, Pearl Dumbu, Maaike Hersov, Katherine Hodnett, Myung Sung Kim, Clair Lombard, Sunithi Mistry, Victoria Nel, Shriya Thaansen, Georgina Tregoning, Jing Zhang are all awarded with full colours for academics.