Camps Bay High School Pupils receive their President’s Awards from Western Cape Minister for Social Development, Minister Sharna Fernandez, Dr Zahid Badroodien and Acting CEO for The President’s Award, Adele Latchman.
This year, 21 Camps Bay High School pupils managed to attain either Bronze or Silver status of The President’s Award for Youth Empowerment which is the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in South Africa.
This international recognized development programme is available to all 14 – 24 year olds, and is considered the most prestigious award that can be given to a South African teenager.
Participants are required to complete stringent requirements which comprises of three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold) each progressively more challenging.
The certificates, signed by President Cyril Ramaphosa and Prince Phillip, are awarded to those participants who have completed what is required in service, skills, adventurous journey & physical recreation.
Congratulations to the following Camps Bay High School students who attained
SILVER STATUS in 2019:
Alaya Ashby, Catherine Crane, Dominic Holling, Thandeka Mdawini, Sean Pape, Cleo Sirin,
Tessa Sirin, Ben Stoltzman and Daniel Thetard
Well done to the following pupils who achieved BRONZE STATUS:
Nicholas Adriaens, Ruby Berg, Casey Bloomberg, Amy Bysshe, Ronaldo da Silva,
Drew Goldie, Nicholas Haupt, Kiera Kresfelder, Matthew Pape, Vieve Staal,
Abigail van der Spuy and Ruby van Zyl.