Wednesday, December 4, 2013

CBHS School Fees for 2014 - Dec '13

In accordance with a decision made by the School Governing Body at Camps Bay High School, school fees for the year of 2014 have now been finalised.

The school fees are now set at R 26 500 for the year of 2014.

However, if parents pay in full before 28 February 2014, the school fees are R 24 250, which represents a substantial saving of R 2 250.

Furthermore, if payment is made by 13 January 2014, the school fees are R 23 000, which represents an even greater saving of R 3 500.

HOW DO YOU PAY THE FEES ?

To download a Frequently Asked Questions document in PDF format from the Camps Bay high School document archive on Google Drive. click ‹‹here››.

The details and options may be seen ‹‹here››.

Fees are payable by:
• Debit order
• EFT (the preferred option)

• Credit card (Budget facility available)
• Cheque

Our Banking details are as follows:

Branch:                   First National Bank – Sea Point branch
Account Type:         Current Account
Account Number:    502 403 434 63
Branch Code:          201809
Please include your Reference Number / Family Number (to be obtained from CBHS Reception)

If applying for a reduction in fees, this needs to be done by 31 March 2014. Forms for this purpose are available from Ms Susie Denning.

For any further information or assistance, please contact her via e-mail at sdenning @ campsbayhigh.co.za.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

CBHS Newsletter 22 - Dec '13


Dear Parents

We are at the end of 2013, and you have your child’s final report in your hands. We have been so pleased with the results this year. Most pupils have done really well.

FAREWELLS

At this time we say farewell to a number of our staff:

Sheryll Cosslett
will be retiring after serving Camps Bay High School for 21 years. She has filled a number of different roles over the years from dealing with finances, to secretarial duties, to the Headmaster's Secretary and finally the school Administration of our computer package. She will be starting her retirement with a extended holiday to visit her daughter and family in London and catch up on her grandmotherly duties.

Mia Martens is leaving as Head of Music. She has established a vibrant music department. She will be taking a lectureship at the University of Potchefstroom in the Education faculty. Here she will train music teachers. The music pupils gave her a dramatic ‘farewell’ in the final Assembly.

Leslie Jogi is retiring as Head of English after a wonderful seven years in the job. She leaves behind a vibrant English Department. We wish her well as she returns to the family home in Zimbabwe and helps her daughter plan her wedding. Her legasy for story-telling and reading will continue.

Belinda de Vries is also retiring from being an Afrikaans teacher at Camps Bay High. She has taught here for 24 years and during this time championed the care and love of animals. Belinda founded ACTA, the society that is ‘Against Cruelty to Animals’. She ended her role as managing this society with a very successful dog kennel build. She will be looking forward to spending time at home with her husband and pets.

Fetoun Reda
and Roxanne Hemmingway have been helping us in a temporary capacity for part of the year. We thank them both for the work; Fetoun in CAT and Roxanne in Business and EMS. We wish them well next year in new positions.

On behalf of the staff I would like to thank you all for a great year. I wish everyone a wonderful rest with your family and friends.

We look forward to seeing you back at the start of 2014 on the 15 January

The programme for the ‘start-up’ of next year will be as follows:

•      7 January @ 12h00        Release of Matric Results at School.
•    10 January @ 08h00        The School Office opens
•    13 January                      The Staff return
•    14 January @ 12h30        New Grade Eight Orientation
•    14 January @ 11h00        Book Sale
•    15 January @ 08h00        All pupils return to school

Yours sincerely

DAVID DE KORTE
PRINCIPAL   

Sunday, December 1, 2013

CBHS Reunion for 1993 & 2003 Matrics - 30 Nov '13

The Reunion for the Matric Class of 1993 and 2003 was held on Saturday, 30 November at the Seminar Room at Camps Bay High School.

To see more photos of this event on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››

Thursday, November 28, 2013

CBHS Sports & Culture Awards - Nov '13

Here are the Sports and Cultural Awards of 2013 recently handed out to Camps Bay High School students:

Summer Sports:

ATHLETICS:

Noah Hoffmann Trophy - Victrix Ludorum - Junior:

    Lola DOLLIMORE

Noah Hoffmann Trophy - Victor Ludorum - Junior:

    Imtiyaaz SAMAAI

Mendelsohn Trophy - Victrix Ludorum - Senior:

    Marcelle Esterhuizen

Sammie Morris Trophy - Victor Ludorum - Senior:

    Chad CLOETE

Trophy for Athletic Excellence:

    Mark BRIGHT

Best Athletic Performance:

    Sufiyan MANSURI

And

Ian Smith Trophy - Athlete of the Year:

    Sufiyan MANSURI

BASKETBALL - BOYS:

Gilloway Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

     Rubinho MULUNGO

Gilloway Trophy - Senior Player of the Year:

    Itumeleng TOBIAS

BASKETBALL - GIRLS:

Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

    Mira BLUME

Stanley Trophy – Senior Player of the Year:

    Khanyisa SIWENDU

CRICKET:

Robert Stephen Trophy - Cricketer of the Year:

    Dylan MEEK

SWIMMING:

Wendy Way Cup - Girls Junior Swimmer of the Year:

    Jessica WAY

Hedges Cup - Girls Swimmer of the Year:

     Ankia VISSER

Trophy - Boys Junior Swimmer of the Year:

     Sky BEVERIDGE

Wright Cup - Boys Senior Swimmer of the Year:

    Luke KITCHIN

TENNIS - BOYS:

Craig Hawkins Trophy - Player of the Year:

    Aleck KANYERERE

TENNIS - GIRLS:

Colleen Daly Trophy - Player of the Year:

    Athene STRATES

WATERPOLO - BOYS:

Melnick Trophy - Player of the Year:

    Liam VISSER

WATERPOLO - GIRLS:

EP Building Society Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Ankia VISSER and Mikaela LILTVED

WINTER SPORTS:

BODY-BOARDING:

Colours:

     Brode GLEESON

In Honoure:

And

Trophy - Body Boarder of the Year:

     Luke KITCHIN

CROSS-COUNTRY:

Zeppel Family Trophy:

Girls’ Senior Cross-Country Champion:

     Gabi and Shannon FLORENCE

Boys’ Senior Cross-Country Champion:

     Sufiyan MANSURI

HOCKEY - BOYS:

Baxter Julyan Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Damian ERWEE

HOCKEY - GIRLS:

Ansa Cronje Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

     Jordan BROCKLEBANK

Bernstein Trophy - Senior Player of the Year:

     Marie Helene PORTOCARERO

NETBALL:

Cronjé Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

     Laylah SUJEE

Colleen McMinn Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Mpho BANGISO

RUGBY:

Bo Wintle Trophy - Keenest Junior Player:

     Zac CRONJE

Filante Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Mark BRIGHT

SOCCER - BOYS:

Mike Morrow Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

     Derrick OYUGI

Sport ‘n Surf Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Lubabalo NKONJANE

SOCCER - GIRLS:

Trophy - Junior Player of the Year:

     Lelethu MKHWELA

QuickPrint Trophy - Player of the Year:

     Khanyisa SIWENDU

SQUASH:

Copelowitz Trophy - Boys’ Player of the Year:

     Misha MIROS

Girls’ Player of the Year:

     Samantha OSNER

SURFING - BOYS:

Strong Trophy - Surfer of the Year:

     Fabio FEHR

TABLE TENNIS:

Player of the Year:

     James COETZEE

CULTURE AWARDS

ENGLISH OLYMPIAD:

Pro Excellencia:

     Andrea COLOMBO

MATHS OLYMPIAD:

Pro Excellencia:

     Yahui XU

SCIENCE EXPO:

In Honoure:

     Danielle JACOBSON

ART:

Most Promising Artist:

    Michelle KAO
    Solara WING

Most Innovative Artist:

    Lena WEIR

O’HAGAN AWARD;
For Exceptional Ability and Consistency in Art:

    Alex RASSLOFF

DANCE:

Pro Excellencia:

     Brittany FERREIRA
     Jessica WAY

Best Junior Dancer:

     Nina MERCORIO

The Celebrity Services Africa Trophy;
For Aspiring Choreographer:

     Leila PARDAL

The Celebrity Services Africa Trophy;
For Most Promising Dancer:

     Daneeka GUTUZA

DEBATING:

Best Junior Speaker:

     Adam FAGAN

Pro Excellencia:

    Hannah FAGAN

And

Best Senior Speaker:

    Hannah FAGAN

DRAMA:

In Honoure:

     Mvelisi MVANDABA
     Joshua SAMSON

Langman Trophy;
For Service to Drama:

     Mvelisi MVANDABA
     Andrea COLOMBO

The Ina Bernitz Memorial Award;
For Best Performance Piece:

(The piece they performed came from the seven-hour, Tony-awarded play:
"Angel in America")

     Mvelisi MVANDABA
     Thandi WIGGILL

Matric Class Trophy;
For Best Actor / Actress:

     Danielle DE VILLIERS

MUSIC:

Pro Excellencia:

     Kathryn BYRNES
     Isabella HULME

Nick Myburgh Trophy;
For Service to Popular and Contemporary Music at CBHS:

     Nicholas CLAASSENS
     Tarn GREYLING
     Luke CASSAR
     Matthew PAPAS

Elain Boschers Trophy;
For Progress in Music - Most Promising Junior Musician:

     Tobi STEYN
     Caitlin STOFFELS

Karin Maas Trophy;
For Achievement in Music Composition:

     Guinevere SHAPIRO

Gillian Rubin Trophy;
For Most Outstanding Performance in Music:  

(for her role as Audrey in "Little Shop of Horrors"):

     Andrea COLOMBO

PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS – CULTURE:

PERFORMING ARTS:

( * = awards come with citations)

* Ralph Rosen Cup;
  For Involvement in All Spheres of Culture:

     Mvelisi MVANDABA

* Virginia Oosthuizen Trophy;
  For Most Outstanding Performance in Creative Arts:

     Mvelisi MVANDABA

PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS - SPORT:

( * = awards come with citations)

* SPORTS TEAM OF THE YEAR:

Under-19 Boys' Rugby Team:

     Andrew BRIGHT
     Mark BRIGHT
     Natan BRITTZ
     Chad CLOETE
     Deën HOOSEN
     Waleed ISAACS
     Sulaiman KANNEMEYER
     Thorsten KLOCKE
     Tristan LERENA
     Mujahid LONDT
     Yamkele MAHLANGABEZA
     Masibulele MASEKWANA
     Felix MOYA
     Andile MZANA
     Ethan PHILANDER
     Roderick PORTOCARERO
     Dominic SEEBER
     Raaqib SILJEUR
     Itumeleng TOBIAS

* DAVIES FAMILY TROPHY:
  Girls Team of the Year:

Girls' Soccer First Team:

    Alexia ABRAMSON
    Nicole ARENDSE
    Ashleigh BARNES
    Faakirah BASADIEN
    Jordan BROCKLEBANK
    Leah COTTON
    Anam DLEPU
    Marcelle ESTERHUIZEN
    Danica HAARHOFF
    Zeenat LAWRENCE
    Allie METCALFE
    Mbali NOGQALA
    Leanne SEEKOEI
    Kehra SINCLAIR
    Khanyisa SIWENDU
    Chanelle SMITH

BJORKLUND FAMILY:

Kudu Floating Trophy for Excellence:

These Learners achieved National Colours:

     Matthew SAMUELS – for FIGURE SKATING
     Kiyan VAN RENSBURG - SCOUTS

* SERVICE TO SPORT:

  Dennis Abrahams Trophy:

    Shaquille WILLIAMS

* OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP ON THE SPORTS FIELD:

  Kleinsmith Shield:

    Damian ERWEE

* MOST DEDICATED SPORTSWOMAN:

  Gordon Landau Award:

     Cassidy JERRAM

* MOST DEDICATED SPORTSMAN:

  Derrick Booysen Memorial Award:

     Sufiyan MANSURI

* BOYS’ HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT FOR THE YEAR:

  Rudi Constantine Koubouvec Trophy;
  For Outstanding Sporting Achievement - Boys:

    Luke KITCHIN

* GIRLS’ HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT FOR THE YEAR:

  Reingold Trophy;
  For Outstanding Sporting Achievement - Girls:

* SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR:

Trophy:

     Khanyisa SIWENDU

* SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR:

Trophy:

    Mark BRIGHT
    Sufiyan MANSURI

Camps Bay High School congratulates the above learners on their very fine achievements!

CBHS Celebration Prize Winners - Nov '13

Grade Eight Prize Winners

Prizes in Individual Learning Areas:

Arts and Culture:


    Tenille Bjerring

Xhosa - First Additional Language:

     Onele Dlilanga

Prizes are awarded to candidates who show a work ethic that is truly worthy of praise.
We are proud of the following pupils who have worked exceptionally hard the whole year.

Academic Endeavour:

    Ebrahim Mota

Academic Endeavour:

    Lisa Wimmer

Academic Endeavour:

    Luca Schuler

Academic Endeavour:

    Bianca Le Breton

Academic Endeavour:

     Mosuli Sitele

Academic Endeavour:

     Mishqah Isaacs

Academic Endeavour:

     Brandon Hareb

Academic Endeavour:

     Donna Ingram

Academic Endeavour:

    Nomfundo Ncuphuka

Academic Endeavour:

     Joshua-Skye Hodgkinson Bains


Top Five Positions in the Grade and subject prizes:

Position / Subject / Average % (over 3 terms) / Name

Fifth:      84%    Mia Neethling

Fourth:  Natural Sciences:

              86%    Noah Emery

Third:    Social Sciences; Economic Management Sciences; Technology:

              88,5%    Julia Landstedt

Second:  Mathematics:

              89%    Ziev Kazansky

First:      Afrikaans - First Additional Language; 
              English; Life Orientation:

              91%    Adam Fagan


Grade Nine Prize Winners

Prizes in Individual Learning Areas

Arts and Culture:

     Pia Beguinot

English (shared):

    Kelsy van Eck

Afrikaans - First Additional Language:

    Imaan Davids (9P)

Xhosa - First Additional Language:

    Mihlali Makunga


Prizes are awarded to candidates who show a work ethic that is truly worthy of praise.
We are proud of the following pupils who have worked exceptionally hard the whole year.

Academic Endeavour:

    Asemahle Mgogoshe

Academic Endeavour:

    Erin Oelmann

Academic Endeavour:


     Jean-Marc Malan

Academic Endeavour:

    Jemma Cook

Academic Endeavour:

    Jenna Glover

Academic Endeavour:

     Kelley van Niekerk

Academic Endeavour:

     Phelisa Magoqoza

Academic Endeavour:

    Shaunte Finnish

Academic Endeavour:


     Tor Kaplan

Academic Endeavour; and for Technology (shared):

    Sara Shaboodien


Prizes for the Top Five Positions in the Grade:

Position / Subject / Average % (over 3 terms) / Name
Fifth:       83,8%    Siphosethu Fanti

Fourth:    Mathematics (shared):


               84%    Ubayd Bassier

Third:     Social Sciences:

               85,6%    Tobie Steyn

Second:  Life Orientation:

               86 %    Ashleigh Pearce

First:       Economic Management Sciences;
               English (shared);
               Mathematics (shared);
               Natural Sciences
(shared):

               89%    Kylie Brittz


Grade Ten Prize Winners

Prizes in Individual Learning Areas:

Visual Arts (shared):

     Gweniviere Bintcliffe

Visual Arts (shared):

      Karla Lerm

Business Studies:     

     Mohammed Mota
    
Dance Studies: 

     Armiesha Mninzi

Dramatic Arts: 

     Elena Piller

Mathematical Literacy:  

     Oscar Armstrong

Xhosa - First Additional Language:

     Khanya Soga

Accounting and Economics (shared):

    Laylah Sujee


The following pupils all receive Academic Endeavour awards for their excellent work ethic and for the commitment and dedication they display towards their studies. We are really proud of them.

Academic Endeavour:

     Kiah Smeyatsky

Academic Endeavour:

     Dylan Phillips

Academic Endeavour:

     Casey Page

Academic Endeavour:

     Yonella Xawuka

Academic Endeavour:

      Siphe Msitshana

Academic Endeavour:

     Dylan Adriaens

Academic Endeavour:

     Anda Makalima

Academic Endeavour; and Consumer Studies:

     Alexia Abramson

Academic Endeavour; and Computer Applications Technology:

     Safiyya Holliday

Academic Endeavour;
Economics (shared) and

Mathematics (shared):

     Yuri Robbertze


Prizes for the Top Five Positions in the Grade.

Position / Subject / Average % (over 3 terms) / Name

Fifth:      History:   

              85%       Hannah Fagan

Fourth:   86,8%    Zoe Gadeyne

Third:     Geography:  
              88%      Kelly Glover

Second: Life Sciences:  

              89%      Jessica Way

First:      Afrikaans; 
              English;
              Life Orientation;
              Mathematics (shared);
              Music; Physical Sciences:  

              92%      Allegra Liltved


Grade Eleven Prize Winners

Prizes in individual Subjects Areas:

Mathematical Literacy:

    Kobia Charnas

Music:

     Thomas Carstens

Physical Sciences:

    Natan Brittz

Computer Applications Technology:

    Oliver De Bruin

Consumer Studies:

    Isabella Oelofse

Xhosa - First Additional Language:

    Enathi Ndaba

Visual Arts:

    Michelle Kao

History (shared); and
English (shared):

    Bevan Geyser

History (shared):

    Guinevere Shapiro

Economics;
Afrikaans - First Additional Language; and
Geography:

     Kiyan van Rensburg


The following candidates have worked exceptionally hard this year
and impressed us with their diligence, commitment and hard work.
We are proud to award Academic Endeavour prizes to the following pupils.

Academic Endeavour:

    Cullam Geyser

Academic Endeavour:

    Fabio Fehr

Academic Endeavour:

    Misha Miros

Academic Endeavour:

    Patricia Garcia

Academic Endeavour:

    Sarah Schumann

Academic Endeavour:

    Shannon Florence

Academic Endeavour:

     Sinekhaya Nongabe

Academic Endeavour:

     Thristin Bowman

Academic Endeavour:

     Viasha Moodley

 Academic Endeavour:

     Yan Ni Liang

Prizes for the Top Five Positions in the Grade:

Position / Subject / Average % (over 3 terms) / Name

Fifth:      Accounting;
              Business Studies;
              Mathematics (shared):  

              83,7%    Yahui Xu

Fourth:   Dramatic Arts;
              Dance Studies;
              English (shared);
              Life Orientation (shared);
              Life Sciences (shared):

              83,7%    Nicole McIver

Third:     Mathematics (shared):  

              84%    Gabi Florence

Second: Life Sciences (shared):  

              85%    Alison Green

First:      Life Orientation (shared);
              History (shared): 

              86%    Maxine Beimel


Grade Twelve Prize Winners

Prizes in Individual Subjects:

Accounting:  

     Benji Resnik

Business Studies: 

    Teagan Malins


Prizes for Academic Endeavour are awarded to the following pupils. We are very proud of these exceptionally hard-working and dedicated learners and wish them, together with the other Matrics well for their final exams.

Academic Endeavour:

     Kanya Gulwa

Academic Endeavour:

     Fatima Ellemdeen

Academic Endeavour:

    Laura Pereira

Academic Endeavour:

    Abdulladhif Hussein

Academic Endeavour:

     Nina Frank

Academic Endeavour:

    Kimberly Sher

Academic Endeavour:

     Sufiyan Mansuri

Academic Endeavour; and the prize for Progress in Xhosa:

     Caroline Makoni

Academic Endeavour; and
the Subject Prize for Mathematical Literacy:

     Nikita Reeves

Academic Endeavour; and
the Subject Prize for for Economics; and
the Subject Prize for for Xhosa - First Additional Language:

     Asongezwa Sitwebile


Special Prize Winners

Academic Progress in Grade Twelve:


    Razeeq van Oudtshoorn

The Victor Holloway Memorial Trophy for Art Appreciation:
  

     Alex Rassloff

The Centennial Cup for Literacy and Numeracy: 

     Amy Anderson
     Lameez Bremer


The Subject Prize for Visual Arts; and
The Joanne Duggan Trophy for the Best Art Practical:

     Lena Weir


An Academic Merit is awarded to candidates
who achieved from 75% to 79% in the June and September Exams:

Academic Merit:

     Jessica Amdur

Academic Merit; and
The Coopers and Lybrand Award
for the Best Achievement in Mathematics and Accounting:

   
     Waleed Isaacs

Academic Merit:

    Mikaela Liltved

Academic Merit:

    Mvelisi Mvandaba

Academic Merit:

    Nicole Horn

Academic Merit and 10th in Grade:


     Miguel Inocentes

Academic Merit and 9th in Grade; and

The Subject Prize for Consumer Studies:

     Luke Cassar

An Academic Colours Award is awarded to candidates

who obtained from 80% to 84% in the June and September Exams.

An Academic Honours Award is awarded to candidates

who obtained 85% and more in the June and September Exams.

Academic Colours; and 8th in Grade

     Shoshanna Rudnick

Academic Colours; and 7th in Grade; and
The Subject Prize for Music:

   
     Kathryn Byrnes

Academic Colours; and 6th in Grade:

    Ankia Visser

Academic Colours; and 5th in Grade; and
The Subject Prize for Computer Applications Technology; and
The Subject Prize for Afrikaans - First Additional Language; and
The George Weideman Memorial Trophy for Afrikaans:


     Andy van der Berg

Academic Colours and 4th in Grade; and
The Subject Prize for Dance Studies; andThe Subject Prize for Geography (shared):
   
     Samantha Osner


Top Three Academics in Grade 12


Position / Subject / Average % (over 3 terms) / Name
Third in Grade:

Academic Honours; and
The Subject Prize for Mathematics (shared); and
The Mary Jenner Cup for Mathematics:

    85,3%    Mayhew Steyn


Second in Grade:

Academic Honours; and
The Subject Prize for Geography (shared); andThe Subject Prize for Life Sciences (shared); and
The Subject Prize for Mathematics (shared); and
The Subject Prize for Physical Sciences; and
Two Gold Medals she received at the Regional and National competitions of the Science Expo; and
The Winnie Thomson Trophy for The Best Creative Writer in English:

    90,4%    Danielle Jacobson


First in Grade:

Academic Honours; and
The Subject Prize for Life Sciences (shared); and
The Subject Prize for History; and
The Subject Prize for Life Orientation; and
The Subject Prize for Dramatic Arts; and
The Subject Prize for English; and
The Alice Jenner Cup for English:

    91,43%    Andrea Colombo


Camps Bay High School congratulates the above learners for their magnificent achievements!

CBHS Individual Trophies and Awards - Nov '13

At the recent Celebration ceremony  at Camps Bay High School, the following Academic and Sporting awards were made:

Special Prizewinners

Prefects of 2013 Supporter’s Trophy;
for the Keenest Supporter(s):

    Damian ERWEE
   
Gerald Gordon Trophy;
for The Learner with the Best General Knowledge in Grades Eight, Nine or Ten:

    Noah EMERY
           
Colin Eglin Trophy;
for The Learner with the Best General Knowledge in Grades Eleven or Twelve:

    Danielle JACOBSON
   
Barret-Smith/Hofmeyr Library Trophy;

for The Most diligent Senior Reader:

    Regina SETSUMI

ACTA Trophy Against Cruelty to Animals:

This trophy is awarded to the learner who showed the most compassion towards suffering animals this year and who did the most to support animal welfare and animal charity organisations:


    Leah COTTON

       
Certificate;
for the Most Active Cultural Society on Campus in 2013:

    DEBATING
   
Certificate;
for The Most Active Society on Campus in 2013:

    INTERACT

   
Russell Kaplan Trophy;
for Social Awareness:

    Maxine BEIMEL   

President’s Awards:

The President’s Awards are an internationally-recognised individual development program for young people. This is the most prestigious award that can be given to a South African teenager. The certificates, signed by President Jacob Zuma and Prince Phillip, are awarded to those participants who have completed stringent requirements in four categories, namely: service to the community, skills and interest, adventurous journey, and physical recreation. The learners receiving gold also completed a residential project for five days.

In the Bronze category:

    Kitunde ABAYOMI
    Jordan BROCKLEBANK
    Jemma COOK
    Bevan GEYSER
    Kanya GULWA
    Inca HORN
    Katelyn JONES
    Tor KAPLAN
    Keanu LILTVED
    Elena PILLER
    Kelsy VAN ECK
    Jessica WAY
    Sesona ZENGETHWA


In the Silver category:

    Maxine BEIMEL
    Jamaica-Rose BRUNDA
    Cullam GEYSER
    Karla LERM
    Mikaela LILTVED
    Sarah SCHUMANN
    Asongezwa SITWEBILE
    Robin TAYLOR


In the Gold Category:
These learners received their awards from Mr Jacob Zuma and the Count and Countess of Wessex.

    Fatima ELLEMDEEN
    Nicole HORN

     
Prestigious Awards:
   
Lions Service Trophy;
for Outstanding Service to the School by a Learner in Grades Eight to Ten:

    Bongiwe MNGOMEZULU
       
Lions Service Trophy;
for Outstanding Service to the School by a Learner in Grades Eleven to Twelve:

    Cullam GEYSER and Liam VISSER

    
The Junior Honour Trophy donated by the Watson Family;
for The Junior learner who Best Displays the Qualities of CBHS):

    Asemahle MGOGOSHE    
   
1961 Matric Honour Trophy is awarded to the pupil
who best displays the Qualities of the Camps Bay Matric Class of 2012.
This trophy is voted by the Matric Class and the award this year goes to:
…none other than…

    Asongezwa SITWEBELE

Anneli Human Trophy;

for Joy for Living (Carpe Diem)
This awad is voted by the Matric Class:

    Nicole HORN   
       
Stephen Gordon Trophy;
for Special Endeavour:

    Sufiyan MANSURI
       
Honour Awards:

    Matthew SAMUELS –
SA Figure Skating
    Luke KITCHIN
– SA Body Boarding
    Taylor SMITH
– SA Dressage
    Kiyan Van RENSBURG
– Springbok SCOUTS
    Joshua SAMSON- Drama
– FELIX The Movie
    Mvelisi MVANDABA
– Drama – "SPUD, The Movie"
    Mayhew STEYN – Academics
    Danielle JACOBSON – Academics & Science EXPO
    Andrea COLOMBO - Academics


       
Academic Honours:

Achieving over 80% in the JUNE and SEPTEMBER exams;
Gush Dux Trophy and the George Hedges Award;

for the Matric Pupil who Gained the Highest Marks in the June and September Examinations:

    Andrea COLOMBO
   
1976 Matric Trophy;
for Scholastic and Sporting Achievement:

    Miguel INOCENTES   
   

New Trophy:

2013 Matric Trophy;

for Scholastic and Culture Achievement:

    Andrea COLOMBO
   
Richard Stuttaford Trophy;

for the Best All-Rounder:

    Asongezwa SITWEBILE

Envoy Merit Trophy;
for Outstanding Contribution to School Life:

    Mvelisi MVANDABA
             
1989 Matric Trophy;
for Outstanding Leadership:

    Robin TAYLOR
        
Broll Interhouse Trophy;
for the Winning House:

    Red House

Sacks Trophy;
for Deputy Head Prefect:

    Benji RESNICK

Klerck Trophy;
for Deputy Head Prefect:

    Andrea COLOMBO

Principals Trophy;
for Head Prefect:

    Robin TAYLOR

Camps Bay High Shool salutes these learners for their magnificent achievements!

Sunday, November 24, 2013

CBHS 1983 Matric Class Reunion - 23 Nov '13

The Reunion for the Matric Class of 1983 was held on Saturday, 23 November at the Seminar Room at Camps Bay High School.

To see more photos of this event on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››


Monday, November 4, 2013

CBHS Newsletter 21 - Nov '13


Dear Parents

2014 HOLIDAY DATES BACK TO NORMAL:


With regard to the changes in Term and Holiday dates, I am really sad to have to inform you that the WCED has now thought about the changes we and most schools in the area requested and have said "no" to them. We incorrectly assumed that the "yes" Westerford received would be a "yes" for all schools. At the time I believe the WCED planned to do this. However, now on reflection they appear to have changed their minds. The 2014 school terms will have to follow the national term dates.

Parents who have planned family holidays around the dates we issued earlier must still proceed. The four days in the middle of all the long weekends that would have made up a 17 day holiday will now be school time. We will assist children who are away at this time to catch up on work they have missed.

The dates for 2014 are:

Term 1:  15 January - 28 March
Term 2:  7 April - 7 June
Term 3:  21 July - 3 October
Term 4:  13 October - 10 December

Grade 8 & 9 Music Recital:


On Thursday evening, 31 October 2013, we were treated to an hour of music by the Grade Eight- and Nine music pupils. The performers entertained us with an array of instruments from saxophone, clarinet, piano, trumpet, violin to a full rock band with drums and electric guitars. We were also treated to great vocal performances. A big thanks to Ms Martens and Mr Cawood and the part-time music teachers for making this possible.

School Exams:


All pupils start writing exams on Wednesday, 6 November 2013. Every effort has been made to create a balanced exam timetable, that allows each pupil to perform at their very best. Can you please encourage them to keep studying for the entire exam session, and provide the necessary structure and support that your child needs.

Some suggestion are:
• Discuss with your child their exam timetable and study plan
• Help them stay focused by managing TV and computer gaming time
• Keep the family structure of meals, getting up and going to bed times
• Remember to ask each day how the exam went.

We have to meet with the Inspector to approve our results on the 3 December 2013, and will then be able to issue reports on the 4 December, which is the last day of school for the pupils.

BUDGET 2014 - NOTIFICATION OF PARENT MEETING:


The Budget for 2014 will be presented to the parents at a meeting on the 21 November 2013 at 18h00 in the School Hall. All parents are invited to come and be part of approving the Budget for 2014, and consequently the school fees for 2014.

Two weeks before the 21 November, parents are invited to ask the school for a copy of the proposed Budget.

CAMPS BAY SCHOOLS PUB AND QUIZ EVENING:

The three Camps Bay Schools will be hosting the traditional Pub & Quiz Evening on Friday, 8 November 2013 at 19h00 in Ardis at Camps Bay High School. These evenings have always proven to be great fun. 
Book your table NOW! Tables of six members per team at  R100-00 per person (includes a hamburger and chips).  There will also be a cash bar.
Contact Vivienne Ashcroft via cell-phone on 082-466-8261 or via e-mail on campsbayschools@gmail.com

SPORT:

Cricket:
The U14 Cricket team played vs Reddam this week and lost the match by 8 wickets.
The 1st Team Cricket played against Reddam this week and well done to Reddam who won by 5 wickets.

Tennis:
Well done to the Girls' 1st Tennis team who beat St Cyprians 6 - 0 on 22 October 2013.

Waterpolo:
Well done to the Boys' 1st Waterpolo team who beat Bridgehouse on 23 October 2013. The score was 7-6.

Basketball:
The U14 and U16 Girls' Basketball teams played vs Herzlia on 24 October 2013. The U14's drew 10-10 and the U16's lost 4-20.

Swimming:
Well done to the Swimming team who participated in a gala at Jan van Riebeeck High on 24 October 2013. CBHS won the gala.


Yours sincerely

DAVID DE KORTE
PRINCIPAL




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Studio D’Arte:
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Please call 079-846-2079 for more info or e-mail studio.d.arte.capetown@gmail.com
 

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I am a fashion designer working from St Johns Road, Sea Point and wanting to avail my services for the Matric Dance on the 19th August.
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Sunday, November 3, 2013

CBHS Farewell Function - 2 Nov '13

On Saturday, 20 November 2013, Camps Bay High School bad farewell to Messrs Cassar, Cosslett, de Vries and Martens. A very special luncheon was held in the Seminar Room. The event was organised and catered for by the Consumer Studies Grade Eleven class.

To see more photos of this event on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.


Thursday, October 31, 2013

CBHS Prefects of 2014 - Oct '13

At the recent Camps Bay High School Celebration ceremony, on 14 Oct 2013, the new Prefects for 2014 were announced. Here they are:

Head Prefect:

Kiyan van Rensburg

Deputy Head Prefects:


Maxine Beimel
Liam Visser

Prefects:

Nicholas Carney
Anja Ritchie
Cullam Geyser
Sesona Zengetwa
Daniel Maneveld
Chelsea Bendall
Lolwethu Gubu
Michelle Kao
Nicole McIver
Ethan Philander
Marie-Helene Portocarero
Richard Seeber
Luke Kitchin
Zaynab Mohamed
Miles Ritchie
Jessica Landsberg
Sarah Schumann
Wade Wagner
Bevan Geyser
Solara Wing
Fabio Fehr
Mujahid Londt


To see the photos of the Celebration event, on the Camps Bay Hgh School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.

Below: The new Head Prefect of 2014, Kiyan van Rensburg receives his badge from outgoing Head Prefect, Robin Taylor.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

CBHS Comedian Siv Ngesi - 29 Oct '13

Siv Ngesi, a South African comedian, visited Camps Bay High School on Tuesday, 29 October 2013 and kept the staff and pupils of the school entertained during the Cultural slot.

To see the photos of this event on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.






Wednesday, October 23, 2013

CBHS Presidents Awards - Oct '13

Camps Bay High School was very proud of two Grade 12 pupils and a past pupil who achieved their Gold President's Awards at the recently held ceremony. These pupils completed an adventurous journey, community service, skill, physical recreation and residential project over five days.

Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, joined President Jacob Zuma to present the President's Awards :

In the photograph below, from left to right:
The Countess of Wessex, Fatima Ellemdeen (Grade 12), the Earl of Wessex, Nicole Horn (Grade 12), President Jacob Zuma, Kirsten Mobsby (teacher from Camps Bay High School) and Matthew Harvey (past pupil and former Head Prefect).

CBHS Newsletter 20 - Oct '13


Dear Parents

Prefects for 2014:

Congratulations to Kiyan van Rensburg who has been appointed as Head Prefect for 2014.

Wishing all our matrics every best wish for their final examinations.

BUDGET 2014 - NOTIFICATION OF PARENT MEETING

The Camps Bay High School's proposed Budget for 2014 will be presented to the parents at a meeting on 21 November 2013 at 18h00 in the School Hall. All parents are invited to come and be part of approving the Budget for 2014, and consequently the School Fees for 2014.

Two weeks before 21 November, parents are invited to ask the School for a copy of the proposed budget.

BOS Earthwave Festival:

Last weekend the BOS Earthwave beach festival took place in Muizenberg and the Camps Bay surfers participated in the Western Cape Inter-schools Surfing Tournament (sponsored by Billabong). In stormy and extremely difficult conditions they came first in their group of four schools on Saturday. On Sunday (we are talking Typhoon conditions now ;) ), they came third and altogether made it fifth out of 13 participating schools.

The names of the surfers:
Tarn Greyling, Jordan Talbot, Satja Jones and Tom Maltbie

I'm very proud of them, as the competition is very tough!

Alex Mols


Camps Bay Schools Pub & Quiz Evening:

The three Camps Bay Schools will be hosting the traditional Pub & Quiz Evening on Friday, 8 November 2013 at 19h00 in Ardis at Camps Bay High School. These evenings have always proven to be great fun.
Book your table NOW! Tables of 6 members per team. R100-00 per person (includes a hamburger and chips). There will also be a cash bar.
Contact Vivienne Ashcroft via cellphone on 082-466-8261 or via e-mail on campsbayschools@gmail.com.


Camps Bay Prep School "Sleepova"

Camps Bay Primary School held their annual "sleepova" at the school. This year we had 123 children from 17h00 on Saturday, until 09h00 on Sunday.

The success of the event is due to the enthusiasm and eagerness to help of our High School volunteers:
Joshua Schreiber
Megan Howell
Carmen Howell
Jordan Bysshe


They gave up their Saturday night to help, and I couldn't have done it without them! Thanks so much.

Yours sincerely

DAVID DE KORTE
PRINCIPAL


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Website: www.annetownsend.co.za

Studio D’Arte:
Music & Drama – piano, violin, guitar, singing etc – ALL ages welcome.
Please call 079-846-2079 for more info or e-mail studio.d.arte.capetown@gmail.com
 

Afrikaans Tuition:
Qualified teacher (BEd Hons) available for Afrikaans Tutoring of High School students.
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Learning Style Program:
Grade Seven to Tertiary Level.
Individual profiling unique to each student.
Reduce exam stress - improve academic results.
Play to your strengths - learn how to learn.
Remember important information - focus!
Contact: 083-460-7816

Janet Dobie: Fashion Designer
Matric Dance:
I am a fashion designer working from St Johns Road, Sea Point and wanting to avail my services for the Matric Dance on the 19th August.
For a rough indication of price it would be R1750-00 excl. fabric and R2250-00 incl. Fabric @ R50-00 /metre.
My contact details: 021-433-0017 / 071-687-1072


CBHS Community Medics Announcement - 23 Oct '13

This very worthwhile organisation has posted a recent announcement, which is extracted below.

To download a higher resolution PDF file from the Camps Bay High School document cache on Google Drive, click ‹‹here›› or on the picture.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

CBHS Newsletter 19 - Oct '13


Dear Parents

Valedictory Ceremony:

Friday 18 October is one of those days where we as teachers have mixed emotions. It is the Matrics' last day and we say farewell to them with a special Valedictory Assembly. We are sad to see them go, as they have made such a large and valuable contribution to the school. We have spent 200 plus days a year with them over five years. We have watched them grow from the beginning of their teens in Grade 8 to young adults in Grade 12. However, we recognise that this is the right time for them to leave school and continue on their life journey. We are really proud of each of them.

Camps Bay High School cordially invites all 2013 Matric parents to attend the Valedictory Service on Friday 18 October 2013.

10h00:        Tea for Parents
10h30:        Final examination briefing
11h00:        Valedictory Service
12h00:        Luncheon for Matrics & Staff at school

From Monday the Matrics will be at home studying. Their exams start on the 28th October 2013. We wish our students every success.


(Noting that this event has now taken place, to see the CBHS Blogspot article on the Valedictory event, click ‹‹here››. To see the photos of this event on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.)

Rocktober:

Tomorrow night the Primary school fund raiser “Rocktober” is taking place. This has been advertised as the party of the year, and if last years event is anything to go by, its going to be lots of fun. Everyone is invited, and you can get tickets at the door if you’ve left it too late to book online. Please refer to the advertisement for Rocktober further on in this newsletter.

Celebration 2013:

On Monday 14 October 2013, Camps Bay High staff, pupils, past pupils, governors, special guests and parents came together to celebrate another wonderful year at this school. Through the course of the evening we applauded our pupils who had achieved academically as well as these that were awarded special prizes.

Between celebrating those achievements we were entertained by our pupils who sang in choirs, alone, in rock groups, unaccompanied, who danced in fun items, in serious numbers, who did drama and who played marimbas. The grand finale was the whole school singing ‘Where is the Love’. At the close of the evening the new prefects for 2014 were announced. We congratulate these young people on being elected to this office.

To see the CBHS Blogspot article on the Celebration event, click ‹‹here››. To see the photos of this event on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.

Budget 2014 - Notification of Parent Meeting:

The Budget for 2014 will be presented to the parents at a meeting on the 21 November 2013 at 18h00 in the School Hall. All parents are invited to come and be part of approving the budget for 2014, and consequently the school fees for 2014.

Two weeks before the 21 November, parents are invited to ask the school for a copy of the proposed budget.



Rocktober 2013:

The party of the year returns! If you had any doubts about the 30+ crowd’s ability to get on down and party, 30 seconds at last year’s inaugural Rocktober would have put them to rest. With over 500 people packed into Vaudeville, the dance floor was absolutely heaving with patrons making it hands down the party of the year.
The good news is that it’s party time again!
19 October 2013… buy your tickets and write that date down, because that’s when ROCKTOBER returns for what promises to be an even better event!

ROCKTOBER 2013 is a fundraiser for the Camps Bay Primary School, produced by the dads at Camps Bay Primary School, and enjoyed by everyone who’s too old for Long Street but still likes a good party!

Camps Bay Clothing:

We encourage all Camps Bay Schools families, guardians and pupils to buy any and all uniform items you require in November and December for next year, as soon as possible, so as to avoid the unavoidable price increase which we have no alternative but to implement in January 2014, due to cotton shortages now affecting us and the Petrol price increases.

In addition we can only guarantee a full range of items and SIZES across all age groups in the months of November and December 2013, when we receive our bulk stock at the old prices, as items WILL sell very fast.

Visit the clothing shop for your uniform requirements:
We advise that the Uniform Shop will be open from 09h00 -12h00 on the following Saturday mornings in November with specific days to assist specific grades:
2 November:                 All Grade 1’s
9 November:                 All Grade 8’s
16 and 23 November:      All Grades

Current Camps Bay School parents, please consider sizing up or replacing your child’s clothes now while stocks last and prices hold, if you can see that your child’s clothes need replacing or are getting too small. New parents, please get your child’s clothing needs while we have all the sizes and good stock-holding.

Anoraks can also be pre-ordered and paid for in advance to guarantee your child gets one, as these only get delivered in May and sell out in ten days

Sports & Cultural Awards:

Congratulations to all the recipients of prizes at the Sports and Cultural Awards Dinner on Thursday, 3 October 2013.

To see the CBHS Blogspot article on the Sport and Cultural Awards ceremony, click ‹‹here››. To see the photos of this event on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.

Swimathon:

Support the Waterpolo and Swimming teams at the Swimathon at CBHS on Saturday, 12 October 2013 from 09h00- 14h00. Come and enjoy a day of fun


(This event has now taken place. To see the CBHS Blogspot article on the Swimathon, click ‹‹here››. To see the photos of this event on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.)

Touch Rugby:

During the recent September holidays, the Junior Inter-Provincial touch rugby tournament was held in Bellville. Two of our learners, Zahrah Clayton (Grade 10) and Raqib Siljeur (Grade 11) participated in the Under 19 Girls & Boys respectively. Both teams actually won gold in their age groups and their province, Western Cape (NOT Western Province) took overall champions of the Tournament as well. Both Zahrah and Raqib scored a number of tries during the tournament. Well done!

Golf:

Mpho Bangiso has been selected to play in the Western Province Schools League finals at Rondebosch on Monday 7 October 2013.

She has represented her school by participating in the Combined Girls’ Schools’ Team during the 2nd and 3rd Terms this year. One of our C League teams has won the South Peninsula Schools Golf C League and will play a final against the North C League winners.

Karate:

Mira Blume has been a member of Renzo Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy for a few years now and has been an incredible asset to the team both in training and competitions. She recently took part in the Destiny Grappling Competition here in Cape Town and achieved three gold medals in the following categories:

- Senior Womens’ No-Gi grappling
- Senior Womens’ Gi Grappling
- Junior Womens’ No-Gi Grappling

This is an incredible achievement for her being a junior and competing against adult females and still winning! She trains here in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu both against adult woman and men which has had a great effect on her achievements.

Young Scientists Expo:

Danielle had an amazing second year at the National Finals of the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists where she won a gold medal and the Best in Category award (of the largest category).

She also won three special awards: Eskom's award for the best Energy Project, an award from the Microscopy Society of SA for the best use of microscopy in a project (which includes R1500 for her school), and the Hendrik van der Bijl award!

Camps Bay Schools Pub and Quiz Evening:

The three Camps Bay Schools will be hosting the traditional Pub & Quiz Evening on Friday, 8 November 2013 at 19h00 in Ardi’s Tuckshop at Camps Bay High School. These evenings have always proven to be great fun.

Book your table NOW! Tables of six members per team. R100-00 per person (includes a hamburger and chips). There will also be a cash bar.
Contact Vivienne Ashcroft to book a table, on 082-466-8261 or via e-mail on campsbayschools@gmail.com

Grace Market:

When: Saturday 12th October
Time: From 09h00 to 14h00
Where: Christian Life Camps Bay Church
What: Food, live music, books, white elephants, kids activities, an auction, magazines, her things, toys and games, CD’s / DVD’s etc
What Else: Missions awareness – mission organizations will be presenting their story

Saturday evening (12 October) at 19h00; soup and bread, worship time and Guest speaker, Errol Wesson.


Yours sincerely

DAVID DE KORTE
PRINCIPAL


ADVERTISEMENTS

Extra Science Lessons:
please contact Karen Judge on 021-438-1611 or 082-468-6044

Private Tuition in English & Afrikaans:

Please contact Anne Townsend on 021-461-9968 or 072-390-3842.
Website: www.annetownsend.co.za

Studio D’Arte:
Music & Drama – piano, violin, guitar, singing etc – ALL ages welcome.
Please call 079-846-2079 for more info or e-mail studio.d.arte.capetown@gmail.com
 

Afrikaans Tuition:
Qualified teacher (BEd Hons) available for Afrikaans Tutoring of High School students.
Please contact: Philip Pretorius via e-mail at: gielabalducci83@gmail.com or philip.pretorius@iesmail.com.


 




Learning Style Program:
Grade Seven to Tertiary Level.
Individual profiling unique to each student.
Reduce exam stress - improve academic results.
Play to your strengths - learn how to learn.
Remember important information - focus!
Contact: 083-460-7816

 


Janet Dobie: Fashion Designer
Matric Dance:
I am a fashion designer working from St Johns Road, Sea Point and wanting to avail my services for the Matric Dance on the 19th August.
For a rough indication of price it would be R1750-00 excl. fabric and R2250-00 incl. Fabric @ R50-00 /metre.
My contact details: 021-433-0017 / 071-687-1072




Sunday, October 20, 2013

CBHS Prefects' Camp - 19 Oct '13

On Saturday, 19 October 2013, the newly elected group of Prefects left on their “Back to Basics” Camp. A very successful team-building camp was held. Congratulations to Kiyan van Rensburg who has been elected as Head Prefect and Liam Visser and Maxine Beimel who have been elected as Deputy Prefects.

To see more photos of this event, on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

CBHS Valedictory Ceremony - 18 Oct '13

On Friday, 18 October 2013, Camps Bay High School's staff and pupils bad farewell to their Matrics of 2013. After the assembly, a luncheon was enjoyed by the Matrics and staff.

To see more photos of this event, on the Camps ay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››.


Thursday, October 17, 2013

CBHS Drama Practical Exams - Oct '13

Congratulations to Ms L Kawalsky and the talented Grade 12 Drama students at the recently-held Drama Practical Exams. The performances were deeply touching and thoroughly professional. A wonderful evening!

To see more photos of this, on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, please click ‹‹here››.

Photos by Kiri Roussopoulos.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

CBHS Celebration - 14 Oct '13

Camps Bay High School's annual Celebration event took place on Monday, 14 October 2013 in the Dennis Abrahams Quad. An enjoyable evening, with entertainment from various pupils, was had by all who attended. At the event, our top achievers were honoured and the new prefects for 2014 were announced.

To see more photos of this event, on the Camps ay High School photo site on Flickr, click ‹‹here››


Sunday, October 13, 2013

CBHS Swimathon - 12 Oct '13

The Swimming and Waterpolo teams, under the management of Ms Kirsten Mobsby and Mr Dean Cottle. held the annual Swimathon on Saturday, 12 October 2013. The money raised will be used to install a heating system into the pool in order to extend training periods and so improve water sports at Camps Bay High School.

To see more photos of this, on the Camps Bay High School photo site on Flickr, please click ‹‹here››.