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» » 2020 ‘A’ level results: St Antony’s Musiso High flies higher

 

…best pupil scores 25 points, 21 others score 15 points

 Kimberly Kusauka

The Roman Catholic-run St Anthony’s Musiso High School has yet again came out tops in Zaka district’s 2020 ‘A’ level results, with a whopping 97.8 percent pass rate.

A total of 127 pupils sat for the exams and 94 pupils scored 10 points and above, with one pupil scoring an outstanding 25 points.

The second highest pupil scored a total of 24 points, while some three pupils managed 21 points each, followed by a pupil with 17 points and 21 pupils with 15 points each.  

Some 12 pupils achieved 14 points, 14 had 13 points while 14 others recorded 12 points. A total of 16 managed to obtain 11 points each, while 11 others scored 10 points each.

Mechanical Maths, Statistics, Shona, Crop Science, Sociology, Geography, Literature in English, Biology, History, Building and Additional Maths recorded 100 percent pass rate.

The best pupil is Jobert Mugodo who scored 25 points in Biology, Additional Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Pure Maths.

On the second place is Davison Mutizhongo who scored 24 points with As in Chemistry, Physics, Pure Maths, Additional Maths and a B in Business Studies.

Four pupils namely Prince Marekera, Pride Saddock, Matrele Tumai and Blessed Mangezi got 20 points each. Three of them studied the same subject combination of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry while the other majored in Additional Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

St Anthony’s Musiso High School head, Joram Mawana said the impressive results were a result of team work, hard work, commitment and dedication among teachers and leaners.

“We managed to attain good results despite the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, thanks to our unity of purpose. Our teachers and their leaners were dedicated and determined to keep the good standards,” said Mawana.

In the same district, St Joseph’s High School took second position with five pupils; one girl and four boys scoring 15 points. Among them are twins Colletah and Coltard Zabuya, Livison Chiro, Gideon Marufu and Amato Rungano.

In particular, female pupils at Zaka, Jichidza, Rudhanda and Dekeza high schools were among the most impressive, with Zaka High’s Bianca Harutizwi recording 15 points in Family and Religious Studies (FRS), Shona and History.

Tsitsi Tsindikidzo at Rudhanda High and Moreblessings Makuvire of Matara High were the highest, leading the rest by 14 points.

Zivavose and Magura high schools recorded 100 percent pass rates, with their highest learners scoring 15 points each.

Dekeza, Muchechetere and Zivavose high schools recorded 100 percent pass rates.

Some 34 leaners out of 713 who sat for their examinations at 20 high schools across the district attained 15 points.

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2 comments

  1. That's Great madadisa vana vokumusha kwangu in ndakadzidza paDekeza (Sviba) Secondary mhiri kwerwizi Mambwende taimukira kuchikoro veduwee tichidzidza nesimba ndakapasa zvikuru tichidzidziswa nanaMr Magidi, VaChihamba, Mushava nevamwe. Mandifadza zvokwadi handichasvodi kdudza kuti ndinobva kuZaka. Ndatova mutori wenhau kuno zvichibva ikoko kumasvuvuriro.

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  2. Handigoni nemi zvekumusha maunza mufaro ndirere wenyu Muchaneta Chimuka

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