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Cornwall Hill“Twelve years ago, we entrusted you with our six-year old son’s education. We were looking for a school that would educate and stimulate our child, introduce him to a wide range of activities and discipline him without breaking his spirit. You have not let us down.”
Cornwall Hill College’s educational philosophy entails the creation of a solid foundation for its pupils by providing ample opportunities and exceptional facilities for them to excel in academic, sporting and cultural spheres, while still retaining traditional values of honesty, integrity, compassion and responsibility. Click here for more information.
Equestrian @ Cornwall
At the Nissan Easter Festival:
Bea Van der Nest jumped in the 80 cm classes. She won all 3 classes as well as the Championship. Bea was also awarded the Victor Ludorum.
Daniella Machine Jumped the bigger classes riding on 3 different horses and was placed 3rd on two occasions.
Erin dos Santos and Cincinnati were placed 4th in the Junior 1.30m Grand Prix class.
Well done girls!!
Erin and Cincinnati
Swimming @ Cornwall
Many Cornwall Hill College swimmers have achieved very well over the last few months. The following swimmers were selected to swim in the Level 2 Regional Gala, hosted in March:
Michelle van der Sande achieved a 1st place; Brittney Gierdien; Lauren Dyason - who also qualified at Level 3 times and achieved three 1st places; Sheray Pretorius; Inge Lombard; Savannah Schoeman; Jesica Smit – who achieved a 1st place; Cameryn Mitchell and Tayla Kerford.
Cassandra De Jesus was selected for CANA 2015 (African Swimming Confederation), where all African countries compete, and she will represent Botswana. We wish her the best of luck.
Dylan Barkhuizen and Kara Vermaak qualified for Youth Nationals, and Kira Baptiste, Taneal Baptiste and Faarez Gamieldien qualified for Senior Nationals, based on their phenomenal times.
Special mention is made of Taneal Baptiste, who has been named the No 1 swimmer in South Africa for the 400m and 200m freestyle events. Further mention goes to Faarez Gamieldien, who participated in the National Aquatic Championships 2015. He qualified for four Senior national times and five Youth national times. Faarez set five new records at the National Winter Gala, and represented South Africa at the African Union Sports Council. He is ranked in the top two hundred in the world in events like 200Fly and 200 Breast Stroke. We are incredibly proud of this amazing young man.
A new realm of swimming was introduced to CHC in the last year namely Open Water Swimming. At the Sun City Swim, the following pupils all completed the swim in the allotted time: Andrew Vermaak; Liam Castle; Connor Wilson; Alberto Ricci; Micaela Longueira; Kas van Herwaarden; Jordan Nagel; Johannes Stegmann; Jonty Morrison. Sheray Pretorius and Jesica Smit were selected to swim in the South Africa Open Water Nationals, and finished 10th and 9th respectively in their age groups. Cornwall Hill College Swimming is going from strength to strength, and the future is certainly bright for both individual competitors and the team in its entirety.
The following pupils were selected for the South-East district Rugby side. They will represent the side at the annual Blue Bull Craven Week trials.
(L-R) – Panashe Chikwami, Connor Terblanche, Jonathan Labuschagne, Kyle Walker.