Epworth pupils come up tops in English Olympiad

The top 20 winners were announced at an intimate function held at the Settlers Monument in Grahamstown on Wednesday, 12 July during the National Schools’ Festival.

Rhodes University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dr Chrissie Boughey announced that Rhodes University will be giving the Top 15 learners scholarships that will cover their first year of tuition, provided they meet the entry requirements for Rhodes University.

Started in 1976, the competition draws over 8 000 entries each year from around South Africa and its neighbouring countries. It is open to all learners in Grade 10, 11 and 12 and is organised jointly by the Grahamstown Foundation and the South African Council for English Education.  Seen is Shraya Moodley, flanked by her runner-ups, Sarah Martison and Abigail Sieberhagen.



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