Private school learners delivered outstanding matric results.
The learners donated more than 1400 pairs of new and pre-loved school shoes.
The public is encouraged to drop off bags of plastic bottle tops with security at the gate at Penzance Primary.
Jessica Kahil elected to give all of her birthday money to her friend’s drive for the Domino Foundation’s Babies’ Homes.
Gabriella Bonini-Dammermann, a learner at Eden College, has excelled in dance.
The management and staff at DHS wish all the matric learners well for the future.
“We are excited that we were the first school in South Africa and the second in the world to be chosen to do the course.”
Principal, Shaylene Miller said there was extensive damage to the property, however her priority was to fix the pool.
DHS held its Matric final assembly which saw the entire school bid farewell to the Class of 2017.
The programme is aimed at Grade 11 and 12 pupils who are either going for their learners licenses or who already have their learners and drivers licenses.
The workshop saw the learners and their teachers gather into mixed groups to discuss a potential solution to the issues facing South Africa at present.