July 21, 2024

Category: Social

This year’s Forty Days began with a Chapel Service. As Father Grant rightly said, ‘Farewells are never joyful nor are they easy, for soon you will not be seeing your teachers, school mates and peers who have been an integral part of your growing up in age, wisdom and grace.’

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With over 250 000 views on the first-ever video posted on the brand-new St Michael’s TikTok page, the new Media Club has already proven their excellence, leaving the rest of the learners excited for what’s to come.

Hostel Week creates unity

LIMPHO KHOLOPANE The prospect of Hostel Week filled the air with enthusiasm and cheer as hostel students, house mistresses and the kitchen staff prepared to have an exhilarating, fun-filled week. To kick-start the week, each table in the Dining Hall was encouraged to decorate a cake in an hour. Everyone came up with eye-catching ideas […]

Matric Farewell an evening of glamour and elegance

BOITSHEPO MOGAPI A sad but magical evening the matrics had, saying their farewells to one another at the beautiful Warm Karoo venue. Mrs Seugnet Pietersen, who had been their Form Teacher since Grade 8, planned the unforgettable event meticulously and laid the tables herself because she wanted it perfectly done.  The Farewell started with matrics […]

Matric Farewell an evening of glamour and elegance

A sad but magical evening the matrics had, saying their farewells to one another at the beautiful Warm Karoo venue.

YOUR story: Illiana Stevens

ILLIANA STEVENS in Grade 10 has recently been selected as the winner of an Ambassador berth from ON POINT Lifestyle Magazine. She will take part in various ON POINT lifestyle projects and marketing and advertising campaigns, while also being featured in a special edition of ON POINT Lifestyle Magazine.

Movie night a great success

AMIDST THE UNCERTAINTY about the Corona Virus, the Community Services Committee hosted a movie night at the end of May. Kgosatsana Mabalane, a member of the committee, said that she had been inspired by the BLM movement during lockdown last year to end Period Poverty. The pad drive was connected to the movie night to encourage people to donate to a cause that really matters. Quite a few learners pitched in and supported this initiative.

Sale of work: What’s new?

JEANINE SIRSAWY  Sale of Work, started in the early years of the school for the learners to sell their hand-knitted socks and other wares, has become an annual tradition much awaited by everyone.  This year the school was able to hold the Sale of Work, much to the excitement of the learners. But the lingering […]

Prank-stars of 2022 pull out all the stops

Water balloons, duct tape, memes and superheroes…the annual Prank Week was no surprise, yet SMS girls were definitely presented with the unexpected. This Prank Week was one to remember for its integration of teachers, learners and the Class of 2022. It was an eventful and a light-hearted time before the storm of the November exams.