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Anderson records 95% O Level Cambridge pass rate

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Anderson records 95% O Level Cambridge pass rate



GWERU – Seventh Day Adventist-run school Anderson High in Gweru has recorded an impressive 95% pass in the 2023 Ordinary Levels Cambridge results.
School Headmaster Caxton Mukasvanga confirmed the results to The Mirror. He said they recorded a similar pass rate in the 2022 exams.
Mukasvanga attributed the results to his dedicated staff, discipline, use of modern teaching technologies and cooperative support from parents.
“We are proud that we got a 95% pass rate this year. We attribute this to several factors as the Neo platform established by Mr John Siwawa who revolutionized our teaching approaches in the use of modern technologies. Anderson is the only school in the country using I pads for its lessons,” he said.
The best students are Ngaakudzwe Sigauke with 7 star As and an A, Shelton Nyamukondiwa (7 star As and 2As), Nyasha Hapazari (5 star As and 4As), Anotidaishe Mwerenga (3 star As and 5As), and Bela Musaringo (3 star As, 4As and a B).
Others candidates who had more than one star A include Rufaro Sibilika, Tinevimbo Saungweme, Lenon Ngwebu, Mufaro Rangarira, Tonderai Gondo, Dylan Gastene, Tiara Mupereri and Manassah Muchengeti.
“All our efforts are supported by a dedicated team of Committee members .The Chairman Dr Innocent Mugwisi is also helping teachers work to beat their previous pass rate through the Dr Mugwisi Awards for the annually top most seven teachers,” added Mukasvanga.
Anderson recorded a 100% pass rate for the 2023 A Level Cambridge Examinations, a feat that has been achieved every year since Mukasvanga told over in 2012.
The school was awarded the Secretary’s Merit Award, the highest Government accolade conferred to a school for delivering the highest standards of excellence for a third time last year.
Anderson has a boarding facility, 370 students and 30 teachers.

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