Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, St Cyprian's School, founded by Bishop Robert Gray, first Anglican Bishop of Cape Town in 1871, is widely recognized as one of Cape Town's leading independent girls' school. The outline of the map of Africa on the majestic mountain is visible from the school's hockey field and is a strong reminder that we are a school rooted in, and representative of Africa.
A modern African school with a proud heritage, St Cyprian's School has a strong emphasis on community partnerships and outreach. It is a happy, cosmopolitan community that caters for learners from Pre-Peparatory (3 years old) to Matriculation.
St Cyprian’s School received the Western Cape Education Department’s ‘Excellence in Academic Performance Award’ in recognition of the achievements of the class of 2014.
100% Pass rate (68 Bachelor Passes and 1 Diploma Pass)
238 Subject Distinctions (48% of all subject results over 80%, a third of these were over 90%)
41% of Candidates achieved “A” Aggregates
8 Distinctions achieved by Somara Sabharwal (Top Student) and Estelle Roux.
7 Distinctions achieved by six students.
6 Distinctions achieved by nine students.
Western Cape Top Ten Subject Candidates:
Mathematics: 1st (joint) Somara Sabharwal (100%)
Music: 1st Estelle Roux (97%); 7th Zoë Lightley
History: 3rd Somara Sabharwel (99%); 8th Sophie Foulkes
Dramatic Arts: 10th Samantha Mbwana
Subject averages exceeded 80% for the following subjects:
English Home Language
French 2nd Add Language
German 2nd Add. Language
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 69 MATRICS OF 2014 FOR THEIR EXCELLENT ACHIEVEMENTS
THE DIOCESAN COLLEGE RHODES SCHOLARSHIP 2014/2015
Ashley Charlotte Pople, a past student of St Cyprian’s School (Matric 2010), has been nominated as candidate for the 2014/2015 Rhodes Scholarship by the Diocesan College Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee.
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