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Top-performing independent schools in South Africa according to the 2022 matric results

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Top-performing independent schools in South Africa according to the 2022 matric results

Top-performing independent schools in South Africa according to the 2022 matric results

Outstanding results were obtained in 2022 by a number of South African private schools whose students took the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) matric exams.

Private schools in South Africa are alluring because it is believed that the education offered there is of a higher caliber.

Due to having access to greater resources than their public counterparts, private schools frequently provide lower class sizes, more individualized attention, and access to highly skilled professors.

Their matric results appeared to reflect these changes; the IEB confirmed a pass rate of 98.42% in 2022, a modest increase over the 98.39% noted in 2021.

The final National Senior Certificate results for the 2022 matric year, on the other hand, were announced by the Department of Basic Education and show an improvement in the pass rate of 3.7 percentage points to 80.1%.

Hilton, St. Benedict’s College, and St. John’s College were the top three independent boys’ schools in terms of achievement.

St. John’s College reported 3.1 distinctions per applicant and a 100% bachelor’s pass rate.

Hilton and St. Benedict’s College each received 2.43 and 2.41 distinctions per applicant, respectively, for a 99% bachelor’s pass rate.

Comparatively speaking, Roedean, St. Cyprian’s School, and Durban Girls’ College were the top three performing girls’ schools.

All three candidates received 4.64, 3.9, and 3.7 distinctions, respectively, resulting in a 100% bachelor’s pass.

Chulumanco Macingwane, director of Inyanda Capital, has created a comparison of the most notable IEB all-boys and all-girls schools and their accomplishments, which are shown below.

 

The top Boys Schools 

1. St John’s College
  • 100% BP, 3.1 distinctions per candidate;
  • 38% of the class achieved an 80% average; and
  • 11% of candidates had five or more subjects in the top 5% in the IEB (making the IEB Outstanding Achievement and commendable achievements lists).
2. Hilton College 
  • 99% BP, 2.43 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 15% of candidates achieved six distinctions or more.
3. St Benedict’s College
  • 99% BP, 2.41 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 23% of the class achieved an 80% average.
4. Michaelhouse School
  • 2.3 distinctions per candidate;
  • 22% of the class achieved an 80% average; and
  • 8% of the class achieved six distinctions or more.
5. St David’s Inanda
  • 93% BP, 2.13 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 17% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
6. Kearsney College
  • 98% BP, two distinctions per candidate; and
  • 26% of the class got an 80% average.
7. Clifton School
  • 96% BP, 1.8 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 12% of results achieved were above 80%.
8. St Stithians Boys College
  • 99% BP, 1.7 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 6% of the class achieved six distinctions or more.
9. St Alban’s College
  • 97% BP, 1.6 distinctions per candidate, and
  • 11% of candidates got six or more distinctions.
10. St Andrew’s College
  • 98% BP, 1.5 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 2% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.

The top girls’ schools 

1. Roedean
  • 100% BP, 4.64 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 39% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
2. St Cyprian’s School 
  • 100% BP, 3.9 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 53% of the class achieved an average of 80% and above.
3. Durban Girls’ College
  • 100% BP, 3.7 Distinctions per candidate;
  • 50% of all results attained were 80% and above; and
  • 23% of the class achieved 6 or more distinctions.
4. St Mary’s Waverly
  • 100% BP, 3.58 distinctions per candidate;
  • 44% of the class achieved an 80% average; and
  • 29% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
5. St Andrew’s Senderwood
  • 100% BP, 3.26 distinctions per candidate;
  • 23% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
6. Kingsmead College
  • 100% BP, 3.23 distinctions per candidate;
  • 29% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
7. Brescia
  • 100% BP, 3.2 distinctions per candidate;
  • 20% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
8. St Stithians Girls College
  • 99% BP, 3.03 distinctions per candidate;
  • 20% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
9. St Mary’s DSG Kloof
  • 98% BP, 3.03 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 20% of the class achieved six or more distinctions
10. St Anne’s Diocesan College
  • 98% BP, 3.02 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 11% of the class achieved seven distinctions.
11. Maris Stella
  • 98% BP, and 8% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.
12. Epworth
  • 96% BP, 2.74 distinctions per candidate; and
  • 13% of the class achieved six or more distinctions.

 


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