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07 Feb 2019
Effective Christian Outreach Trophy: Matthys Wessels Nehemiah Trophy: Liam Fourie Barnabas Shield: Qhawe Nxumalo Philippians Trophy: Jason Egerton Service Award: Mark Stuart Merit Trophy: Jessica Lock Good Fellowship Award Grade 8: Tamsin Ridge Grade 9: Erin Clarke Grade 10: Caitlyn Tsheute Grade 11: Hannah Terblanche
07 Feb 2019
Top Academic Achievers Grade 8 1. Faith Hornigold 2. Ilitha Nyiki 3. Ruby-Lyn Kruger Grade 9 1. Matthys Wessels 2. James Stuart 3. Erin Clarke Grade 10 1. Zoe du Toit 2. Connor Snaddon 3. Tianna Griffin Grade 11 1. Craig Duthie 2. Mark Stuart 3. Jessica Lock 4. Thomas Davis Moore-Stephens Awards Mathematics Grade 10: Zoe du Toit Grade 11: Thomas Davis Business Studies Grade 10: Onthatile Mdwaba Grade 11: Nathan Seton-Smith Academic Merit Award: Faith Hornigold, Ilitha Nyiki, Shavonne Njena, Matthys Wessels, Erin Clarke, James Stuart, Sisa Badela & Nathan Seton-Smith. Academic Scroll Award: Connor Snaddon, Josie Munnings, Jason Sheehan & Hannah Terblanche. Academic Full Colours Award: Zoe du Toit Academic Honours Award: Thomas Davis, Craig Duthie, Jessica Lock & Mark Stuart.
06 Feb 2019
Hockey Player of the Year: Savannah Barron & Michaela Adams Most improved Hockey Player: Qhawe Nxumalo Most improved Soccer Player: Liyema Ngubane Senior Boys Squash Player of the Year: Connor Kretzmann Most improved Senior Boys Squash Player: Gareth Munnings Community Service Awards Merit: Craig Duthie, Faith Adedeji & Faith Hornigold. Scroll: Caitlyn Tsheute, Jayden Johannes, Emma Lock, Caitlin Holloway& Matthys Wessels. Honours: Jessica Lock & Josie Munnings. Best Junior Speaker: Ilitha Nyiki Best Senior Speaker: Jessica Lock Olympiad Scroll Awards: Josie Munnings, Thomas Davis & Mark Stuart. Top Academic Achievers Grade 8 1. Faith Hornigold 2. Ilitha Nyiki 3. Ruby-Lyn Kruger Grade 9 1. Matthys Wessels 2. James Stuart 3. Erin Clarke
06 Feb 2019
Most improved Senior Girls Squash Player Julia Kolm Water polo Player: Kelly Stuart Most Improved Water polo Player: Emma Lock Most improved Girls Tennis Player: Buhle Mvandaba Girls Singles Tennis Champion: Faith Adedeji Most Improved Boys Tennis Player: Jaydin Simons Boys Singles Tennis Champion: James Stuart Girls Doubles Tennis Champion: Faith Adedeji & Shavonne Njena Boys Doubles Tennis Champion: James Stuart & James Park Merit: Faith Adedeji, Erin Clark, Buhle Dayimani, Thomas Gourlay, Paul Hlungula, Julia Kolm, Zama Mniki, Gareth Munnings, Dumo Nxumalo, Hayden Ridge & Lilitha Soka Scroll: Faith Hornigold, Connor Kretzmann, James Stuart & Matthys Wessels. Colours: Caleb Seton-Smith Sportswoman of the Year: Erin Clarke Sportsman of the Year: Alec van den Berg Sports Team of the Year:
31 Jan 2019
Harvest Christian School would like to welcome all the new teachers who have joined us this year. They are: Mr Kyle Jones, Mrs Natalene Holtzhausen, Miss Oriole Friedemann, Miss Carolyn Rossouw and Miss Prisca Pretorius. We are very excited to have them on board and wish them a great year of success and happiness.
31 Jan 2019
Congratulations to Shanna & Ryan Ritchie on the birth of their beautiful son, Logan Alexander Ritchie. We pray that Logan brings them much joy and happiness!
31 Jan 2019
Congratulations to the Primary School Student Leaders for 2019. Student Leaders: Anathi Hloyi, Lilitha Nabo, Nkanyezi Ngubane, Kutloano Ngxonono, Bubuhle Nyiki, Réo Els-Human, Tristan Dissel, Ayabulela Madlingozi, Bianca Marais & James Figueira.
31 Jan 2019
Congratulations to the Primary School House Captains. De Necker House House Captains: Kutloano Ngxonono & Lihle Ngxabazi Vice Captains: Llangalatita Siyongwana & Ayabulela Madlingozi Vorster House House Captains: James Figueira & Bubuhle Nyiki Vice Captains: Bongokuhle Dube & Olugaka Kama
31 Jan 2019
Caleb and Samuel Seton-Smith were chosen to represent Eastern Province in their respective categories in SA Champs Show Jumping in December. Samuel had a first place on Bob Marley’s Rasta and a fifth place on Field Mistress in 1.1 m. He had the fastest time and a double clear in the national team event on Field Mistress! Caleb had a third on Incandescence in 1.1m juniors and a fourth on Kentucky Prince in the 1m class. For both, it was their first national competition and they did extremely well. We look forward to what the future holds.
31 Jan 2019
The Grade Fours visited Bushwackers on Thursday 24 January for a time of team-building and fun. They took part in all kinds of messy, muddy and competitive activities. The children were challenged to try all the activities, even those which they felt nervous about. They tackled all the activities with enthusiasm, and, handsdown, their favourite activity was playing in the mud pool! It was a lovely morning, and the Grade Fours were complimented on their excellent behaviour and co-operation.
31 Jan 2019
The Grade 8s left for camp on Thursday 17 January along with myself, Ms Friedemann and Ms Olivier. Our destination was Beyond Adventure situated in Alicedale. The Beyond Adventure facilitators ran the entire camp. One of the lessons taught at the camp was to teach the Grade 8s how to be responsible and to manage their time. If this was not met, it resulted in push-ups as punishment. The Grade 8s thoroughly enjoyed all the various activities which included the wall climbing, rope course, volleyball and team building games. We had fantastic weather and the Grade 8s enjoyed spending their free time at the pool.
31 Jan 2019
On 21 – 23 of January the Grade 9s attended a camp at the ACSV site in Jeffereys Bay, accompanied by Mrs Faltein, Mr Barron and Mrs Rowe. We arrived to a beautiful day of hot weather, which allowed us to take full advantage of the Dolphin Beach Supertubes. For many students the time at the Supertubes was the highlight of their camp. The main focus of the camp was the team-building facilitated by Dynamic Vision. Students participated in various discussions and problem-solving activities. Emma Lock summed up the camp best when she wrote: “Our grade left the camp united and we grew as a team.”
31 Jan 2019
With much anticipation and excitement, the Grade 10s of Harvest Christian High School embarked on a very adventurous five-day hike in Tsitsikamma Nature Reserve earlier this month. The excitement started to build at the end of last year as the students began to prepare for this hike. If you talk to any ex-student of Harvest about their high school years, this hike will be one of the memories they always mention. And after doing it myself, I completely understand why. The Grade 10s were divided into two groups to accommodate everyone and they started hiking one day apart. The beautiful nature and majestic forest cannot be explained in words. It was completely out of this world and breathtaking.
03 Jan 2019
Harvest Christian School has once again achieved a 100% pass rate, with 21 Bachelor’s Passes and 1 Diploma Pass. This means that all 22 of our students have met the requirements to study at tertiary level. There were 23 subject As and 53 subject Bs. Tamsin Snaddon scored over 80% in 5 subjects, Lithemba Khoza attained 95% for IsiXhosa First Additional Language and Gabrielle Jensen was placed in the top 1% for Mathematical Literacy with 96%.
05 Dec 2018
Academic Platinum Award: Abegail Erasmus, Rebecca Jensen, Ruby Grime, Jenna van Rooy, Christin Jensen, Hannah Hartslief, Daniel Scholtz, Nkanyezi Ngubane, Réo Els-Human, Lara Clarke, Benjamin Louw & Brenden Wessels. Galatians Trophy: Luzuko Bara & Lara Clarke Cultural Award: Nkanyezi Ngubane Reading Award: Justin Bekker Spiritual Pursuits Trophy: Rachel Jensen Nehemiah Trophy: Isabella Slabbert Scripture Trophy: Ntando Faltein, Rebecca Jensen, Katelyn Walland, Stephanie Moss, Bubuhle Nyiki, Réo Els-Human, Lara Clarke & Brenden Wessels. Jars of Clay: Mbasa Teki Headmaster's Award: Brenden Wessels
05 Dec 2018
Philippians Trophy: Abegail Erasmus, Rebecca Jensen, Ruby Grime, Daniel Scholtz, Nkanyezi Ngubane, Réo Els-Human, Lara Clarke & Brenden Wessels. Academic Bronze Award: Katelyn Msevenzi, Uzziel Munnik, Zandile Sipuka, Stephanie Moss, Aneetha Johannes, Ingrid Louw, Joy Dixon, Bianca Marais, Lukhanyo Gaisa & Thelma Gwarada. Academic Silver Award: Cody Swarts, Oakley Burgess, Joshua van den Berg, Oluhle Ntengu, Chulumanco Mfenyana, Daniel Brefo & Natanie Naudé. Academic Gold Award: Joseph Cathcart, Georgia-Mae Gradwell, Lullette Matolengwe, Katelyn Walland, Kayley Pace, Ruth Heckroodt, Bubuhle Nyiki, Mikhona Msomi, James Figueira, Lilitha Nabo & Colby Els-Human.
04 Dec 2018
Hockey Most Improved Player: Ntando Faltein (U/10) & Ayakha Mazwi (U/14) Most Dedicated Player: Walipalwa Mulenga (U/10) & Katelyn Walland (U/14) Most Promising Player: Rebecca Jensen & Zandile Sipuka Player of the Year: Zenande Mdlalo Soccer Most Improved Player: Mtha Gonose (U/11) & Kevin Mabiza (U/13) Most Dedicated Player: Dezaan Zhang (U/11) & James Figueira (U/13) Most Promising player: Uzziel Munnik Player of the Year: Blessing Kwarteng Thessalonians Trophy: U/11A Soccer Team - Oliver Martin, Siso Kwaza, Kehan Hindes, Dezaan Zhang, Uzziel Munnik, Asher Seton-Smith, Mtha Gonose, Daniel Brefo, Joshua van den Berg, Sibabalwe Marayi, Nathan van der Walt, Kayden Bellingan & Shiraz Pedersen. Open Heart Award: Christin Jensen, Siyamdumisa Dondashe & Daniel Scholtz
04 Dec 2018
Cricket Most Improved Player: Sibabalwe Marayi (U/11) & Anathi Hloyi (U/13) Most Dedicated Player: Dezaan Zhang (U/10), Matthew Hume (U/11) & Kutloano Ngxonono (U/13) Most Promising Player: Sanda Mazwi (U/10) & Joshua van den Berg (U/11) Player of the Year: Brenden Wessels Chess Most Improved Player: Mikhona Msomi Most Dedicated Player: Uzziel Munnik Player of the Year: Lukhanyo Gaisa Cross Country Most Promising Athlete: Brenden Wessels Most Dedicated Athlete: Mark Hindes Tennis Most Improved, Dedicated & Enthusiastic Player: Joy Dixon (girl) & Joel Sokiya (boy) Champions: Ethan Pace (boy), Hilda Ofori-Danso (girl) & Jonathan McLachlan (U/10)
04 Dec 2018
Music Attitude, Application & Advancement: Kevin Mabiza (piano), Luthando Marayi (music), Brenden Wessels (piano), Danté Bellingan (electric guitar) & Luzuko Bara (piano). Cultural Silver Award: Bonga Dube, Zandile Sipuka, Dante Bellingan & Erin Petersen Cultural Gold Award: Alice Bedeshe, Nkanyezi Ngubani, Bianca Marais, Lilitha Nabo & Simone Bloemhoff Sport Bronze Award: Joshua van den Berg, Daniel Scholtz, Hilda Ofori-Danso, Jenna van Rooy, Matthew Hume & Zandile Sipuka Sport Silver Award: Ethan Pace & Blessing Kwarteng Sport Gold Award: Kutloana Ngxonono, Colby Els-Human, Hannah Shrosbree, Samuel Seton-Smith, Reo Els-Human, Joshua Bekker, Kehan Hindes & Mark Hindes.
04 Dec 2018
Music Attitude, Application & Advancement: Luniko Ramncwana (guitar), DC Haarhoff (drums), Zandile Sipuka (piano & violin), Joel Sokiya (guitar), Rebecca Jensen (piano), Walipalwa Mulenga (piano), Lulette Matolengwe (violin), Joshua van den Berg (violin), Luke Slabbert (drums & guitar), Georgia-Mae Gradwell (piano), Myezo Mdyesha (drums), Oakley Burgess (guitar), Joseph Cathcart (piano), Sanda Mazwi (drums), Stephanie Moss (piano), Daniel Scholtz (piano), Ruth Heckroodt (piano & violin), Siyamdumisa Dondashe (keyboard), Katelyn Walland (piano), Mtha Gonose (drums), Gugulethu Ngqakayi (piano), Bongokuhle Dube (piano), Mark Hindes (music), Erin Petersen (violin), Nkanyezi Ngubane (piano), Lilitha Nabo (piano) & Leandre Lewis-Reeks (piano).
04 Dec 2018
Music Attitude, Application & Advancement: Hannah Mitchell (piano & guitar), Liam Heckroodt (guitar & drums), Hannah Collier (drums), Keila Plaatjes (violin), Jordon Le Feuvre (piano) & Jessica Walland (piano). Hockey Most Improved Player:Jessica Walland Most Promising Player: Abigail Pieterse Most Dedicated Player: Lusanele Nanana Soccer Most Improved Player: Sinenhlanhla Ngwane Most Dedicated Player: Davian Goodford Cricket Most Improved Player: Luke Scholtz Most Dedicated Player: Kaiden Meier Chess Most Improved Player: Tian van Enter Most Dedicated Player: Jonathan Du Preez Junior Chess Player of the Year: Boy-Boy Ngojoba Tennis Most Improved Player: Tamiqua Chowles, Onqobile Kanta & Samuel Bellingham Most Dedicated Player: Athembele Godlwana, Khwezi Lusi & Jonathan McLachlan
04 Dec 2018
David Trophy: Hannah Mitchell Most Promising Music Pupil: Liam Heckroodt Deborah Trophy: Eden Hartslief Joshua Trophy: Mikhulu Makhanda Reading Trophy: Usanele Mdletye Nehemiah Trophy: Kaiden Meier Philippians Trophy: Aphiwe Jela, Lily McLachlan, Evan Ahlfeldt, Usanele Mdletye, Qhama Manjo, Hannah Mitchell & Ethan van Rooy Scripture Trophy: Lerato Joo-Yeon Cho, Matthew Walland, Wayne Masinga, Lutho Bara, Jessica Walland, Abigail Pieterse & Lusanele Nanana Galatians Trophy: Ethan van Rooy Spiritual Pursuits: Abigail Pieterse & Jessica Walland
04 Dec 2018
Kaylee Greeff: Initial Piano Pass, Walipalwa Mulenga: Initial Piano Merit, Hannah Collier: Initial Piano Merit, Gugulethu Mgqakayi: Initial Piano Distinction, Hannah Mitchell: Initial Piano Distinction, Luzuko Bara: Grade 1 Piano Merit, Bongokuhle Dube: Grade 1 Piano Merit, Rebecca Jensen Grade 1 Piano Merit, Zandile Sipuka Grade 1 Piano Distinction, Erin Petersen: Grade 2 Violin Pass, Bonani Nanana Grade 2 Violin Pass, Lilitha Nabo Grade 2 Piano Merit, Kevin Mabiza: Grade 2 Piano Merit, Yelu Song Grade 3 Piano Distinction, Emmah Heuff: Grade 3 Piano Distinction, Faith Hornigold: Grade 4 Violin Pass, Mark Stuart: Grade 6 Piano Merit.
04 Dec 2018
Sibabalwe Marayi - Drums Entry Level 3 Debut Merit Victory Chukwu - Drums Entry Level 3 Debut Merit Sanda Mazwi - Drums Grade 1 Pass Mtha Gonose - Drums Grade 1 Pass Liam Heckroodt - Drums Grade 1 Merit Myezo Mdyesha - Drums Grade 1 Merit Danté Bellingan - Electric Guitar Grade 1 Distinction Luke Slabbert - Drums Grade 2 Distinction Gareth Munnings - Drums Grade 2 Distinction Eran Witbooi - Drums Grade 3 Merit Hannah Terblanche - Drums Grade 5 Merit
04 Dec 2018
On Wednesday night Mr Derrick Badenhorst's drumming students performed at Something Good restaurant on the beach front for the second year running. This year they were joined by the Harvest Christian School Band. A total of 58 students took part in this concert and the venue was packed out with many supporters. Much fun was had by all. Next year his students will perform at the Festival of Music on 2 March 2019 in front of thousands of spectators.
04 Dec 2018
The Grade 7 Farewell was held on Saturday 24 November at the Hub. The venue was unrecognizable, thanks to Sam Jensen and her team of moms. As we entered, the foyer was decorated with a path of candle lights and bougainvillea blooms and overhead was a beautifully draped archway. Inside the venue the ceiling was alight with "starry" fairy lights and the tables beautifully set with candles, jugs of sparkling juice, and colourfully wrapped gift chocolates. The table cloths were sprinkled with sparkly stars. The theme of the evening was 'The Greatest Showman', with all the stars representing the children, each one being a star in his or her own right. The moms were our waitresses, dressed in uniform t-shirts, emblazoned with shiny stars on the front of each and sporting white eye-masks.
04 Dec 2018
On Friday the Grade 2's visited their Heatherbank friends for the last time this year. We took some items we had collected for their Christmas boxes. The staff and children were so grateful! It was lovely time of singing and playing together. The children were all quite sad to say goodbye to each other when we left. How wonderful to have the opportunity to bless Heatherbank this year.
04 Dec 2018
Having learnt about rock pool creatures in class this term, the Grade 1s headed off to the beach for some first-hand investigation. Although it was extremely windy, the children enjoyed exploring and collecting treasures.
04 Dec 2018
The Grade 1 and 2 camp was a great success this year. It was well attended and the weather played along. While tents were pitched, children excitedly ran around and played together. It was great to see the dads chatting around the braai fires. After supper, games, campfire songs, stories and braaied marshmallows, we were all ready for bed. Early morning coffee and rusks were followed by devotions.
04 Dec 2018
It was a great day spending time with everyone at Nazareth House. The Grade 7 boys played Bingo and the girls gave out hand massages and enjoyed the stories the ladies shared with them.
04 Dec 2018
The Grade 3s went to Oceanview Forest for their camp on 1 November 2018 and it was an absolutely wonderful time! From the moment we arrived, our days were filled with activities, games, swimming, obstacle courses and night hikes. I am sure that the sudden downpour of rain during the night hike was a fun highlight for the children and they all arrived back at the camp, soaked! We had a very special time of worship on the Thursday night and by the time bedtime came, everyone was exhausted. Friday morning began with a devotion time where each child and their “camp buddy” spent time with God. It was a precious sight to see them all spread out across the camp with their Bibles, praying together.
04 Dec 2018
The Grade 11s organised and hosted, a very successful trivia evening as a fundraiser for the 2019 Matric Dance. We are proud to report that two teachers' teams tied for the second place. Many thanks to everyone for making the evening memorable, especially, to the sponsors: Suki Sushi & Asian Cuisine, Vovo Telo, Poppin Hair Studio and Jean Joubert Salon. Special thanks to Triple M Music for the fun- filled evening. See you all next year!
04 Dec 2018
On Wednesday 7 November 2018, the Grade 5 pupils went on a prayer walk around the school, praying for the school and staff members.
03 Jan 2018
Harvest Christian School has once again achieved a 100% pass rate, with 27 Bachelors Degree Passes and 4 Diploma Passes. This means that all 31 of our students have met the requirements to study at a tertiary level. There were 28 subject A's and 43 subject B's. Drew Anderson scored over 80% in 5 subjects. Mari Swartz attained over 80% for all 7 subjects (achieving over 90% in Mathematics, History and Afrikaans First Additional Language). In addition, she was placed in the top 1% in the country for History and Afrikaans First Additional Language.

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