The successful prom was very well-supported.
Traditionally, they would have been split up into lots of 30 and writing in five different rooms. However, all 136 wrote in the new school hall where they received 100 percent invigilation all round.
The proud principal, Mr Ballan Pather beamed with excitement and pride when he was called up, together with co-ordinator, Mrs ST Govender to receive the silverware.
The pupils were excited to be attired in their creative and spooky costumers for the day.
Little Echoes Educare staff extended their heartfelt appreciation to everyone who supported the special event.
“It’s all about strategy, and fighting for every last mark you are able to score in your remaining papers,” said Nola Payne of the Independent Institute of Education.
All dashing escorts and their beautiful debutantes dazzled in their spectacular evening wear.
Everyone at the school has offered high praise to Suhail regarding his recent achievement and know that he will continue shining in all aspects of his schooling career.
GSS principal, Philip Reddy, a former chairman of WESSA North Coast Centre, initiated and hosted the competition.
The pupils also gave words of encouragement to fellow matriculants for the last lap.
The motivational talk was followed by a powerful session with accelerated learning specialist, Junaid Bhayat, who took the pupils through a process of how to prepare for the matric final exams.