• Latest News

    Saturday, 28 January 2017

    Pamushana dominates ‘A’ level results


    MASVINGO – Although the Provincial Education Director's office is still analysing the just released Zimsec A Level results for November 2016, Pamushana High School obviously has the best results with 92 out of 108 candidates scoring nine points and above.
    Academic powerhouse, Gokomere and St Anthony which are the traditional top schools also notched high numbers of students with nine points and above.
    Ndarama continues to lead all day and non-boarding schools with remarkable results and consistent improvement on its previous records.
     Gokomere has 80 students out of 102 with nine points and above; Serima 76 out of 98, St Anthony 74 out of 101; Hippo Valley 72 out of 113; Ndarama with 70 out of 101; Gutu 64 out of 98;  Mashoko 58 out of 78; Silveira 56 out of 72 and  Chibi 49 out of 57.
    These figures are according to a preliminary list released on Tuesday by the Provincial Education Director, Zedius Chitiga.
    Pamushana also has the highest number of students with 15 points and above. It has 28 students while Gokomere is at position two with 16 students.
    At number three is Serima High which has 13 students, at number four is St Anthony`s with 11 students and at number five is Gutu High with eight students.
    Gokomere attained a 99,1% pass rate and all subjects registered 100% pass rate except Physics with 97,4%, Chemistry 93,6% and Biology 94,1%.
    Joshua Madhobhi, a commercial student has the highest number of points for the school with 22 points collected from five subjects.
    Madhobhi got an A in Geography, Economics A, Business Studies B, Mathematics B and a C in Physics.
    Other schools which did well are Zimuto, Dewure, Mutendi, Mukaro, Lundi, Chingombe Alheit, Mwenezi Government, Zivavose, Rupara and Berejena High.
    education news
    • Blogger Comments
    • Facebook Comments


    Item Reviewed: Pamushana dominates ‘A’ level results Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Staff Reporter
    Scroll to Top