If you cannot pay school fees you can apply for help. Your first stop is the Parents School Governing Body (SGB) where you can apply for conditional, partial or full exemption from paying school fees. You need to ask the principal or the office for an application form. They will have to assist you with this and it is their duty to help you.
The registration deadline for supplementary exams has been extended. The original closing date was Wednesday, 21 January 2015 and this has now been extended to Friday, 30 January 2015. News24Read More > >
Durban - More than 2 800 matric pupils and at least 34 teachers and principals in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape were allegedly involved in mass cheating, the education department said in Durban on Friday. A total of 2 089 pupils in KwaZulu-Natal and 778 pupils in the Eastern Cape were implicated in cheating during the 2014 matric exams, basic education department spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga told reporters. - News24 Read More >
South Africa's 2014 matric students achieved a pass rate of 75.8%, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga announced at the SABC in Johannesburg on Monday.
While the 75.8% pass rate represents a 2.4 percentage point drop from the 2013 pass rate of 78.2%, Motshekga said the bar had been raised to improve the quality of the examination outcome and enhance the quality and standard of Grade 12 graduates.
CrawfordSchools™ is synonymous with academic excellence and at no time is this more evident than at the release of the Matric results every year. Once again, the Matric group of 2012 did not disappoint.
In 2012 584 Crawford candidates wrote the National Senior Certificate and achieved a total of 1 869 distinctions. This translates to 3.2 distinctions per candidate. A 100% pass rate was achieved and 98% of candidates achieved a Bachelor’s Degree Pass.