Nothing is stopping the cream of the crop at the St George Diocesan School in Windhoek from achieving success in both the academic and extracurricular fields.
The achievements of the school’s top students were recently recognised.
Cameron Cupido, a member of the College SRC, depicted the excellent achievements with the odds stacked against the students during a pandemic.
“I have fought the good fight; I have finished the race. I have kept the faith. Now the crown is in store for me – 2 Timothy 4 verse 7-8. This verse is often used on tombstones to indicate the kind of life someone lived and the rewards they ought to receive in heaven as per the promises of our Lord Jesus Christ. However, today, it applies to the awards you received as recognition for the work you have done throughout the year. You have fought the good fight; you have won the race, and therefore you received the awards,” she said.
Kaylah Cordom, Kauna Ueitele and Sandra Saad received their prestigious white blazers upon completing all St George’s Round Square pillars, based on six
Round Square is a global network of 180 innovative schools, in 50 countries and on six continents that share a passion for experiential learning and character education.
St George’s is the only Round Square school in Namibia and has been a global member of the Round Square organisation since 2013.
Top academic awards for each grade were scooped by Kristelle Mbikayi, Zhian Azadeh-Ghamsari, Hedula Haukongo and Sandra Saad, while Kai Averia and Xavier McClune walked away with the Ad Astra award and Most Versatile Student award, respectively.