MASVINGO – “I am satisfied,” is all that Ndarama High head Shirley Makausi could say after her school obtained a whopping 83.8 percent pass rate in the November 2017 ‘O’ level examinations.
Out of the 297 candidates that sat for the examinations at Ndarama High School, 84 emerged with five As and above.
Last year, the school recorded a 76.2 percent pass rate, meaning the pass rate has improved by almost eight percentage points, just in line with the school’s motto of beating its previous best.
When asked for a comment, Makausi was nearly at a loss for words and could simply say the community should pass its own judgement on the work that is being done at the school.
“The writing is there in the open for everyone to read. Our results speak volumes of the work we are doing. We get better each year and the sky is the limit,” said Makausi.
Ndarama High School has consistently lived up to its commitment to always improve on what it has achieved, and has become the best day school in Masvingo province in terms of both academic excellence and the quality of its learning facilities.education