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» » ‘A’ Level Results: Ndarama High keeps shining

Ndarama high school head Mr Matongo (Right) and his deputy Mr Gondongwe

 Terrence Ndowora

Ndarama High School continues to shine as it boasts off an impressive 94.8 percent pass rate in the recently released Zimsec November 2020 ‘A’ Level results.

Of the 154 pupils who sat for the ‘A’ Level November 2020 Zimsec examinations, 142 pupils managed to pass two or more subjects.

Ndarama High School recorded two pupils with 19 points, one with 18 and two with 17 points. Eight pupils had 15, nine pupils with 14 points, 16 pupils with 13 points and 14 with 12 points.

Thabani Shonai, Pride Musasa, Vimbai Takawira, Victor Mashonga, Promise Musandivenga, Panashe Mudefi, Arthur Mazani, Edwin Mavhenyengwa, Rugara Mackan, Vimbai Machona, Lesley Jagada, Viola Mhaka and Gaudencia Shumbairera managed to scoop 15 points and above.

Computer science, Literature in English, Literature in Shona, Shona language, History and Family and Religious Studies scored a whopping 100 percent pass rate.

Ndarama High School Head, Oddy Matongo, said they were happy with the results saying it was a result of team work and hard work on the part of the learners and their teachers and encouraged the pupils to keep up the good work.

“Our November examinations results are good considering that pupils were affected by Covid-19 which forced schools to close for more than 6 months but because of the team spirit which we have inculcated here, we have made it.

“The school has consistently upheld its commitment to the improvement of its standards in class,” said Matongo.

Zimsec announced that the national pass rate in the November 2020 ‘A’ Level examinations dropped by 2.1 percent.

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