Parktown Boys’ High School celebrates matric results

Revin Palm did well with five distinctions.

 

Parktown Boys’ High School recently congratulated its matric Class of 2016 who achieved a 99.3 per cent pass rate and earned a high number of distinctions in different subjects.

Deen Kimmie achieved five distinctions.

Deen Kimmie achieved five distinctions.

Adam Vanker worked hard to achieve nine distinctions, while Shivaar Sooklal and Muhammad Abou-Zeid studied long hours to achieve eight distinctions each.

John Henning, Yasser Karam and Hamza Hassim were part of the cream of the crop, each earning seven distinctions.

Jonathan Randriamady achieved five distinctions.

Jonathan Randriamady achieved five distinctions.

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Darron Solomon hit the books to achieve six distinctions; while Rameez Amod, Isa Hoosen, Deen Kimmie, Agang Lebethe, Revin Palm and Jonathan Randriamady all put in hard work to earn five distinctions each.

Adam Vanker obtained nine distinctions.

Adam Vanker obtained nine distinctions.

Yasser Karam did very well with seven distinctions.

Yasser Karam did very well with seven distinctions.

Darron Solomon earned six distinctions.

Darron Solomon earned six distinctions.

Hamza Hassim achieved seven distinctions.

Hamza Hassim achieved seven distinctions.

Muhammad Abou-Zeid achieved an astonishing eight distinctions.

Muhammad Abou-Zeid achieved an astonishing eight distinctions.

Shivaar Sooklal achieved eight distinctions.

Shivaar Sooklal achieved eight distinctions.

Rameez Amod obtained five distinctions.

Rameez Amod obtained five distinctions.

John Henning did well with seven distinctions.

John Henning did well with seven distinctions.

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Shanice Naidoo
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