Selected Matric Results
Alhamdulillah, the Class of 2012 emulated their predecessors by obtaining a 100% pass rate during the 2012 Matric examinations.
A total of 60 learners wrote the examinations. Alhamdulillah, 49 learners obtained a Bachelors’ degree pass. This pass is what was previously referred to as the University Exemption and entitles the learner to attend university. 10 learners obtained a Diploma pass which entitles them to attend an institution of higher learning for Diploma purposes.
Fatimah Kara, who was recently awarded the prestigious and coveted Dux Award, and Aisha Shaikh, excelled by obtaining 6 distinctions (previously known as an “A” symbol and currently referred to as a “7”) and 1 “B” (currently “6”) symbol. They were closely followed by Sara Shoaib (5 distinctions) and Zaneera Vahed who obtained 4 distinctions.
Our learners obtained a total of 87 distinctions and 101 “B” (“6”) symbols.
Ahmed Mohamed Nanabhay, the recipient if the school’s prestigious Dux Award, obtained 7 distinctions. Yahyaa Moti, who was the recipient of the school’s Principal’s Award, also obtained 7 distinctions. The Head Girl, Haseenah Rasool, who received the inaugural Maryam Moosa Award obtained 7 distinctions. Safoora Bhamjee was part of this elite group as she also obtained 7 distinctions.
They were closely followed by Fatima Zahra Patel (6 distinctions), Faatimah Bibi Khan (6 distinctions), Fayaaz Limbada (5 distinctions), Yasira Dinath (5 distinctions) and Shaakira Mayet (5 distinctions).
A number of learners had obtained 4 distinctions and that, overall, the Class of 2011 had emulated their predecessors by excelling in the matric examinations.
A total of 67 learners wrote the matric exams. Alhamdulillah, 66 learners passed, with 59 obtaining a Bachelors’ Degree pass and 7 obtaining a Diploma or Higher Certificate pass. A Bachelors’ Degree pass, like the Exemption pass previously, entitles a learners to go to University.
The overall pass rate was 98,5%.
Alhamdulillh, our Matric learners again did our school proud when they emulated their predecessors by obtaining a 100% pass rate in the 2010 matric examinations. This is the 13th consecutive year that our school has achieved a 100% pass rate.
This year 69 learners sat for the Matric examination. All these learners achieved a pass that is good enough to enter tertiary study at one of the three levels. A total of 57 learners achieved entry to degree study, 11 qualified for entry to diploma study and 1 learner achieved entry for study at the Higher Certificate level.
Our top learners were Shamsa Bulbulia, Yusrah Fakeemeeah, Safiyyah Khan and Aneesa Suliman who achieved 7 distinctions each. They were closely followed by Fatima Bhamjee, Muhammed Chand and Zaibaa Gani who obtained 6 distinctions each.
Yoosuf Hassan, Sakeena Hosanee, Ruqaiyah Janoo and Naseera Randeree obtained 5 distinctions each and Ayesha Gardee, Naadhira Munshi and Ayesha Vaid obtained 4 distinctions each.
Despite the general countrywide trend of low results in Mathematics, Safiyyah Khan and Aneesa Suliman had obtained 99% each in this subject. In addition, Muhammed Chand scored 97% and Yusrah Fakeemeeah obtained 96% in Mathematics.
The matric results obtained by our learners since 1997 bear testimony to the fact that our school strives for academic excellence. The achievement of our learners emphasized the quality and dedication of our educators.
The results were, however, not entirely unexpected as our school is now firmly entrenched as one that produces excellent matric results. Our school has consistently been placed in the 100 Top Performing Schools in South Africa.
Our Class of 2009 obtained a 100% pass rate for the 12th consecutive year. Fatima Hoosen and Hafez Mohamed Sayanvala obtained 7 distinctions each,
Aarifah Gardee, Naairah Mohamed, Nabeela S Mangera , Aadila Moosa and Hafez Maseehulla Suliman obtained 5 distinctions each. They were followed by Safwaan ibn Muhammed Saeed Navlakhi, Yahya Cassim Docrat, Asmahaan Zardad, Ebrahim Tootla, Nabeelah Hassen Ismail, Zainab Suliman, Nazneen Ebrahim, and Safiyya Koor who each obtained 4 distinctions.
Fayyaaz Bellim, Qiyaam Docrat, Mohamed Ismail, Irshad Kara, Mumtaz Begum Noor Mohamed and Nabeela Ahmed Suliman obtained 3 distinctions each.
Matric 2008 details will be updated on this page shortly.
A total of 52 learners sat for the matric examinations. Of these, 46 learners obtained university exemptions. 10 learners obtained “A” aggregate with distinction, and 28 obtained “B” aggregate with merit. Our learners obtained 75 distinctions and 72 “B” symbols.
Sabeeha Mohamed Nanabhay and Sumaiya Suliman, who obtained 6 distinctions each, were placed amongst the Top 100 learners in Gauteng. Sabeeha was number 74 on the list and Sumaiya was number 98. Our Deputy Head Girl Zakkiyya Gutta obtained 6 distinctions and 2 “B” symbols. Other learners who excelled were Sulaiman Mohamed Patel, Nabeela Suliman, Mahmood Jeena and Sameea Ismail Bham who obtained 5 distinctions each.
Riyadh Chothia (4 distinctions), Naseera Mia (3), Fatema Mia (3), Raeesa Suliman Jassat (2), Tasneem Rajah (2) and Aliyah Gardee (2) were others who did our school proud.
The overall pass rate was again 100%.
Our matric learners obtained a 100% pass rate for the 9th consecutive year. A total of 57 learners sat for the matric examinations. Of these, 50 learners obtained university exemptions. 12 learners obtained an “A” aggregate, and a further 12 learners obtained “B” aggregates.”
Imraan Moolla obtained 7 distinctions, Maimoona Ebrahim Bham and Adnan Inayat Patel obtained 6 distinctions each. Other learners who excelled were Zeenat Adam, Aneesa Mayet and Saadiya Rajah who obtained 5 distinctions each.
Our learners obtained a total of 72 distinctions and 66 “B” symbols.
A total of 61 learners sat for the matric examinations. Of these, 55 learners registered for university entrance exams and all of them obtained university exemptions. The remaining 6 learners wrote the senior certificate exams and, again, all of them passed. The highlight was the fact that 15 of our 61 learners obtained an “A” aggregate, and a further 21 learners obtained “B” aggregates.
Yoosuf Khan, Ahmed Mohamed Ameen Sali and Zainab Salloo obtained 7 distinctions each. Other learners who excelled were Yaeesh Moosa and Ahmed Mahomed Randeree who obtained 6 distinctions each and Fatima Mahomed who obtained 5 distinctions.
Our learners obtained a total of 95 distinctions and 90 “B” symbols. This was the 8th consecutive year that our school obtained a 100% pass rate.
Alhamdulillah, this is the 7th consecutive year in which our matriculants obtained a 100% pass rate. The highlight was the fact that 13 of our 47 learners obtained an “A” aggregate, which is a matriculation endorsement with distinction and which is in excess of 80% overall, and a further 19 learners obtained “B” aggregates which is an endorsement with merit.
Dadabhay added that the JMS has consistently been placed in the 100 Top Performing Schools in South Africa.
Ahmed Karolia and Ruqayya Haroon Bhayat obtained 6 distinctions each. Other learners who excelled were Naasiha Nalla who obtained 5 distinctions, whilst Shakir Yusuf Essop and Safiyyah Surtee obtained 4 distinctions each.
MATRIC 1997 TO 2003
Matric results from 1997 to 2003 will be updated on the page shortly.