The Roman Catholic Church run Silveira High School has recorded a 97.9 percent pass rate in the recently announced Zimsec November 2020 ‘A’ Level examination results.
Silveira High School brags of producing the best pupil in all Roman Catholic run school with a 29 pointer from a combination of six subjects.
A total of 95 pupils sat for the November examinations and 25 scored 15 points and above.
A total of 10 pupils scored above 20 points.
School head Stanley Mutsambiwa said that the pupils managed to rise above Covdi-19 which he said interrupted studies for close to a year.
“We are very proud with the results especially looking at the fact that studies have been interrupted with the Covid-19 pandemic.
“The results show that hard work and determination works. It has not been easy for both pupils and teachers to concentrate during the Covid-19 lockdowns.
“I want to pay tribute to our staff and the church for the support we have been receiving that made the results possible,” said Mutsambiwa.
Silveira High School is located in Nyika. The mixed school offers Ordinary and Advanced Level and has a boarding facility.
The school attained 64.67 percent and 96, 12 percent pass rate in the November 2018 and November 2019 ‘O’ Level exams respectively.
The 2019 results were so impressive that the school was ranked sixth on the top 100 schools in Zimbabwe.