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CHEERS TO 50 YEARS!
Star Schools is celebrating its 50th year of existence this year. During the political unrest of 1986, Aggrey Klaaste, then editor of The Sowetan, conceived the idea of a rewrite school to assist learners who had lost out as a result of the examination boycott of that year. He approached William Smith, who agreed to take it on. Around 950 learners registered for the programme. Classes were held at the Witwatersrand University campus, and the first Star Schools Matric Rewrite exams took place at the end of 1987. The learners achieved an average pass rate of about 72%.
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ZENEX LEARNERS SHINE AT MATHS QUIZ
Sbahle Richard Jali and Siyabonga Sibisi, two learners on the Durban-based Matric Rewrite Programme sponsored by the Zenex Foundation, recently participated in the inter-school maths quiz hosted by Futura High School, along with learners from five other schools in Durban. Without using calculators, contenders had to solve maths problems on topics such as number systems, algebra, patterns, differential calculus, trigonometry, analytical geometry, statistics and probability. After ten rounds of tough questions, Sbahle’s team were crowned quiz champions.
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CHEERS TO 50 YEARS!
Star Schools is celebrating its 50th year of existence this year. In the early seventies, the Satruday classes moved to the Witwatersrand University campus, where they remained until 2011. Over the years the programme came to be known as the Saturday School. It was soon followed by the Winter School. William Smith decided to turn the school into a formal business. “The Star Schools” was registered as a private company, the name being generated from a relationship with The Star newspaper, which owned a 50 per cent equity in the new organisation.
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MATRIC REWRITE PASS RATES

78%
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2017

80%
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2016

84%
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2015

81%
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2014

80%
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2013

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