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Sunset Concert 2022

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After two years our annual Sunset Concert is back.  This concert is a firm favourite and tradition of our school's Music Department.


We are thrilled to be relaunching our Academic Lecture Series to the wider Pinelands High School community.
These lectures aim to promote academic rigour amongst our students, and introduce them to South African experts and their pioneering research.
We have the pleasure of welcoming Professor Peter Dunsby to Pinelands High School on the 23 February 2022. He will be discussing Gravitation and Cosmology.
Professor Dunsby is the Director of the National Astrophysics and Space Science Programme at the University of Cape Town. As well as being a leading researcher in theoretical cosmology, he has made a major contribution to human resource development in Astronomy and Space Science in Southern Africa.
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The 2021 Pinelander Shines

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The magazine is out! It is full of life and gives a fantastic feel for who we are as a school and all that happened in 2021. 

Grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy it.


2021 Grade 12 National Senior Certificate Results

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Congratulations to our class of 2021!  Following a difficult last two years of schooling disrupted by the pandemic, the class produced very strong results which include an 86% Bachelor’s pass rate and a 98,9% pass rate. Individual students also achieved exceptional results.

We are very proud of our full staff team of teachers, leaders and support staff who all contributed to ensuring that our school remained a safe, high-functioning and caring learning environment during the past two years.   It takes a village to raise a child; it takes a whole school to produce good results! 

Pinelands High School Top 15 Achievers


Back row: Amy Irlam, Na'ilah Kara, Bethany Toohey, Yethu Kibi, Cameron Veroni, Mikhail Williams, Kirsten Dryding, Hewan Naidu, Caleigh Mac Millan, Ryan Blankenberg, Hannah Cloete

Front row: Kai Reynolds, Roxanne D’Oliveira, Sarah Kruger, Sankara Atsilut


1 Amy Irlam 89.43 aggregate 7x As
2 Sankara Atsilut 85.57 aggregate 6x As
3 Bethany Toohey 84.43 aggregate 6x As
4 Hannah Cloete 83.71 aggregate 5x As
5 Kirsten Dryding 83.43 aggregate 6x As
6 Na-ilah Kara 83.43 aggregate 5x As
7 Mikhail Williams 83.29 aggregate 5x As
8 Kai Reynolds 83.14 aggregate 4x As
9 Ryan Blankenberg 81.43 aggregate 4x As
10 Hewan Naidoo 81.00 aggregate 3x As
11 Caleigh MacMillan 80.71 aggregate 5x As
12 Cameron Veroni 80.43 aggregate 5x As
13 Sarah Kruger 79.86 aggregate 5x As
14 Roxanne D’Oliviera 79.71 aggregate 4x As
15 Yethu Kibi 79.71 aggregate 4x As

ForgingAFuture November 2021

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Our November edition of ForgingAFuture is out. Take some time to read about the last quarter, enjoy our achievements and find out about our planned 70th birthday celebration for next year. #weareproudlypinelands