The Department of Education’s Well-Done function for the Motheo District took place in Botshabelo on Saturday, 23 February. Eunice High School and 17 educators were awarded Certificates of Excellence for Top Performing Grade 12 Teachers, in their respective subjects, in the district for the 2018 final exams.

Eunice Results in Motheo District:

3rd in Life Sciences, 2nd in History, 1st in Afrikaans Additional Language, 1st in Dramatic Arts, 1st in Consumer Studies, 1st in Mathematical Literacy, 3rd in Physical Sciences, 3rd in Business Studies, 2nd in Visual Arts, 1st in Accounting, 2nd in Economics and 1st in Computer Application Technology.

The following subjects were placed in the top three positions in the Free State:

Accounting (1st – 79,58%), Physical Science (1st 69,85%), Afrikaans first additional language (1st – 75,25%), Consumer Studies (1st – 68,22%), Mathematical Literacy (1st – 74,33%), English Home Language (2nd – 70,04%) and Life Sciences (2nd – 68,91%)
These provincial results were based on the following criteria: more than 50 learners per subject, a 100% pass rate in the subject, and the subject average.

Back: From left to right: Mrs Linki Jooste (3rd in Life Sciences), Mrs Jackie Botma (2nd in History), Mrs Annien Delport (1st in Afrikaans Additional Language), Mrs Zinette de Wet (Headmistress), Mr Wynand van Zyl (1st in Afrikaans Additional Language), Dr Niel van Niekerk (1st in Dramatic Arts), Mrs Marthie de Wet (1st in Consumer Studies), Mrs Lize-Mari Smit (1st in Mathematical Literacy), Mrs Karin Kok (3rd in Physical Sciences).

Front: From left to right: Mrs Shomenay Wesso (3rd in Business Studies), Mrs Salmaa Rajah (2nd in History), Mrs Rae Gagiano (2nd in Visual Arts), Mrs Marinda Fourie (1st in Accounting), Mr Marius Coetzee (2nd in Economics), Mrs Charlotte Grobler (1st in Computer Application Technology, Mrs Riana Wessels (1st in Accounting), Mrs Kerryn Lombard (3rd in Physical Sciences).

Absent: Dr Don Paine (3rd in Life Sciences