New adventures for Eunice girl

Ansuné Naudé from Eunice Girls' High School achieved a total of eight distinctions. PHOTO: PIERCE VAN HEERDEN

Ansuné Naudé from Eunice Girls’ High School received a total of eight distinctions and was ranked 8th in the province.
Tate Makgoe, MEC of Education in the Free State, mentioned that she showed a great balance in all her marks, which is an indication that she had divided her attention equally among all her subjects. She achieved 98% for Mathematics and 97% for Physical Science, while obtaining 93% for her extra subject, Engineering Graphics and Design.
Naudé is the third sister of the Naudé family to matriculate from Eunice Girls’ High School.
“I am quite overwhelmed at this stage and I really feel honoured to be here today. I am happy for all those here who have achieved their goals in the matric results,” said Naudé. “I am very glad that the hard work has finally paid off. I worked hard throughout the year and I really had great support from everyone.”
Naudé’s parents are both also very proud of her. Her plans are to study Mechanical Engineering at Stellenbosch University. “That is a new adventure that awaits,” she said.

Jeretha Oosthuizen