Baie geluk aan die volgende drie leerders van Hoërskool Sentraal in Bloemfontein wat tydens die Vrystaat-landloopkampioenskappe gekies is vir die Vrystaatspan om 9 September 2017 aan die SA Landloopkampioenskappe in Potchefstroom te gaan deelneem. Foto: v.l.n.r : Guina Rodrigues, Anke Brönn, Jané...Read More
Category: Free State Schools
Tydens die Wiskunde- en Wetenskap-in-aksie vir Graad 6 en 7 leerders het drie van ons leerders uitgeblink. Logan van Wyk, Zanke Ferreira en Rijgardt Gouws het onder die top 30 in die streek geëindig. Baie geluk met hierdie puik...Read More
After winning the Free State title for a seventh year in succession, Saint Andrew’s represented the province at the annual Top Schools Squash Tournament in Pietermaritzburg recently. While Grey High School of Port Elizabeth were the clear number one team, the battle between the remainder of the schools was exceptionally hard-fought. Beginning against Gauteng champions, Saint John’s College, Saints ran out comfortable 4-1 winners. They followed up on that victory with a 4-2 success against Rondebosch Boys High. Saints’ victory charge was halted in their third outing, although it ended in a 3-3 draw with Selborne. Michaelhouse then inflicted...Read More
Three Saint Andrew’s rugby teams exhibited remarkable improvements on their way to capturing three Bloemfontein B-League rugby titles at the University of the Free State on 12 August. Saints’ run of success began with their under-15 A team, which recorded a convincing 39-10 victory over Brandfort after having edged the same team 23-19 earlier in the season. There was an astonishing turnaround for the school’s 2nd XV, which took on Reddersburg in their league final. Earlier in the season the sides had met in Reddersburg, with the hosts running out 50-0 winners and the match being stopped early. This...Read More
The Saint Andrew’s team of Spencer Lee, Sizwe Letanta, Asterios Tsiftsis and Bradley Smith were the winners of round two of the Bloemfontein Grade 10 Science Olympiad, edging out tough opposition, including Eunice, Grey College and Saint Michael’s to claim the honours. The Saints’ boys answered 43 out of 45 questions correctly, but were matched by Grey College. A tie-breaking question was then posed and when Saint Andrew’s answered correctly and Grey did not the Saints’ quartet emerged victorious. They now move on to the next round of the competition where they will face the best teams from the...Read More
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