The SGB of Sans Souci Girls High School condemns all acts of violence, abuse and discrimination in any form from anyone. We are well aware of the extremely disturbing incidents that occurred yesterday in one of our classes and have initiated the remedial processes as prescribed by the School’s Code of Conduct and within the [READ MORE]
Sans Souci Girls’ High School lived up to their motto yet again, when we recently donated 20 desks and 14 benches to a Pre-Primary and Primary School based in Fish Hoek. Disce Prodesse, Learn to be of Service!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MATRIC CLASS OF 2017!!! We are so very proud of all of the 2017 ladies who achieved a 98% pass rate with 89,58% bachelor passes!!! TOP 5 Tawonga Madhlopa – 81,1% (image below) Zahra Motlekar – 78,7% Zoe Almano – 78,6% Stephanie Mangwiro – 73,3% Ra-Eesa Gafieldien & Sabeela Hendricks – 73,1% [READ MORE]
Please find below an invitation to all parents/guardians of current 2017 Grade 8’s (2018 Grade 9’s), as well as current Grade 7’s who will be our new Grade 8 class of 2018! This meeting is compulsory for parents/guardians of both groups of ladies! We look forward to seeing you all there!
LAUNCHING OUR NEW SANS SOUCI GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL TRACKSUIT! We are phasing out our old tracksuits and bringing in a brand new design! See picture to the left. All girls who play sport will be needing one for their various sports matches. All other pupils may also purchase a tracksuit, but the tracksuit does not [READ MORE]
The WCED appoints Mrs Shirley Humphreys as the Acting Principal of Sans Souci. This year also saw an exciting introduction to our Academic department, namely isiXhosa as a second language option, as well as the addition of Soccer as a fun new sporting opportunity.
Our girls were invited to attend the Unogwaja Cape Town Procession – Red Sox day. It was here where our Choir and Jazz Cats were requested to entertain the crowds with their musical talents and were a very important part of the day. Protests – WCED Minister asked to conduct the investigation into aspects of [READ MORE]
This year, 42 enthusiastic and dedicated Sans Souci girls’ took up the challenge to create a life size rhino sculpture from recycled material for an awareness campaign against Rhino poaching. This was then placed on display at the V&A Waterfront.
Moyra Makina, a past pupil of Sans Souci and a “Survivor” series participant, addressed the pupils sharing her life’s journey, urging the girls to “Face your fears”, “Just show up” and “Stay focused.”