WBPHS awards top ten candidates

Maurice Hinterholzer and Corné Englebrecht were the top learners in grade 11 and 10 respectively last year.

28 January 2019 | Education

Walvis Bay Private High School (WBPHS) awarded its top ten best candidates in grade 4 to 11 for the third trimester of 2018 .

The top ten candidates in Grade 4 were Teniell Sowden, Dreyer Oberholzer, Liam Blaauw, James van Zyl, Jacques Beukes, Johan van Wyk, Sebastian van Vuuren, Danelle Swart, Iyandré Bertolini and Ronald Fourie.

Stefan Lotriet, Christoffel Smit, Daniel Fourie, Juané Brand, Larissa Jankowitz, Alexandro Nell, Jeandré Bruwer, Cheyenne Turner, Ryan Pretorius and Minki Rudolph were the top ten candidates in grade 5.

In grade 6 and 7s the top ten were, respectively, Anke Rudolph, Waneka Venter, Delia de Villiers, Magdel Pienaar, Phillip du Plessis, Willem Louwrens, Dylan Gerber, Jaco van Schalkwyk, Dionisio Dias and Wolfgang Nitz, and Nelrie Zwemstra, Ané Oberholzer, Diané de Jager, Ariana Nasilowski, Katya Dedekind, Kiva Garces, Mia Horn, Kiérra Willemse, Louis Heyman and Britney Botha.

The high school’s top ten grade 8 candidates were Mia van Wyk, Karli Rudolph, Hendrik Smit, Joshlin Myburgh, Chris Fourie, Jacobus Zwemstra, Marcelle Myburgh, Janine Visser-Engels, Matthew Quinn and Roberta Manale.

The grade nine top ten were Ané Schumacher , Ethan Horn, Ruan Lotriet, Lara van Rooyen, Emé Smal,, Annabel Köhne, Carané van Zyl, Aletta Mungungu, Alicia Jankowitz and Elvan Garces.

The top ten candidates in grade 10 were Corné Engelbrecht, Mianka Robberts, Renaldo van der Merwe, Jamey Bruyns, Shaúri Hoffmann, Adelheidt Zerbe, Tihane Knowles, Ané Nel, Cáleigh Jordaan and Brandon-Lee Titus.

Maurice Hinterholzer, Michelle du Plessis, John Faul, Sue-Melle Mans, Zuraille de Bairos, Caitlin Gerber, Daniel Allen, Anneli Janse van Rensburg, Milandie Krauze and Wayne Profitt were the top 10 in grade 11.

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