April 22, 2024

Author: Reneé du Toit

Illiana Stevens takes on New York

“Life is a fashion show, the world is your runway” ~Coco Chanel. Illiana Stevens puts this quote in motion by venturing out into the unknown world of modelling, in 2022 as a 14 year old anorexic on the way to recovery and self-discovery.

Mr Duvenhage to the rescue

Parents have been finding it difficult to navigate the enormous potholes in the area surrounding the school premises whilst also having to deal with the complication of congested traffic in the area.

SMS holds the banner high for the 102nd year

The gold laureate is awarded to pupils in recognition of exceptional effort in academics, neatness and diligence, participation in extra-mural activities and strength of character.

Grade 7s, meet Moolmanshoek!

ISABELLE KWAKWA THE GRADE 7 learners, along with Mrs Marais and Miss Swanepoel, prepared themselves for the trip to Moolmanshoek Endurance Camp situated in the beautiful Witteberge mountain range. This was early Monday morning on the 7th of March. After the long drive, the girls were greeted by the camp coordinators and the two most […]

Nthati and Sedi dance their way to stardom

THE DANCING calendar kicked off this year with the All Black Festival. This was held at Bobby’s Park in March.

Yet another Semester workshop was held in Mrs Du Toit’s classroom. Fumane Masheane, the new Editor-in Chief, welcomed the new recruits. A video about interviewing skills was shown to equip the learners who had just joined the Editorial Team.

Grade 8 is the beginning of High School. Every SMS girl, from Grade 9 to 12, can remember their Grade 8 year as if it were yesterday: from Integration to Forty Days to the end-of-year Speech Night and the memories they made at On-track Adventures. The 2021 Grade 8 class left for the annual St Michael’s school camp with heavy luggage and their hearts filled with excitement for the journey ahead.

After weeks of planning, the Chapel Choir was able to go on its long overdue annual camp. The girls were accompanied by Ms Joanie Prinsloo, the conductor, as well as Mr Jaco Cilliers and

The CFG visit Ons Kinderhuis

Can you imagine buying three meals, clothes, and other essential items on a meager budget? Well, this is the sad reality of the thirteen girls at Ons Kinderhuis.

Chapel Choir sets the bar at their first concert

The SMS choir’s first official performance after the lockdown was a resounding success. News of the choir’s excellent performance at the choir festival, hosted by the Choral Celebration Network Foundation in co-operation with Oranje Meisieskool, spread like wildfire.