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The 2021 Matric year began in earnest on Monday 15 February when schools opened. The learners who sit for their National Senior Certificate examinations at the end of the year started the term with a pep talk from the Headmaster, Mr Taba. He stressed upon the learners the importance of hard work and focus in this last leg of their high school career. He encouraged them to continue leaning on each other as brothers, to extend this brotherhood beyond KHS to form beneficial partnerships. The learners signed in house pledges of commitment, each one putting in writing the hard earned levels they expect to proudly dress their matric certificates come 2022. After this representational activity, they engaged in a short spirit building exercise. We are routing for you class of 2021!

This as we await the release of the 2020 Matric results on Tuesday 23 February with great anticipation.

Transforming KHS from GOOD to GREAT.

Per Labores ad Honores.

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