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Jeugland Academics

A Proud History

Jeugland teachers bring innovation into the classroom and stimulate creativity and lateral thinking. This makes the learning process unique and exciting. Academic enrichment is non-negotiable in every subject.

 

The staff corps of Jeugland often reach beyond the borders of the classroom. We hereby focus, in the interest of our learners, on the implementation of basic skills (reading, writing and numeracy). We strive for brilliant academic renewal, but anchor our successes in the valuable and proven techniques of education of the years. We prepare our learners to confidently continue on their academic road of success - whether at national or international universities.

 

Here we set the bar high, but motivate, mobilize and support our learners to take on this challenge and to achieve success.

 

We are proud of our school's academics!

 

Characteristics

of our academics

Characteristics that make our academics the best:

1. The way in which Jeugies make their mark after school, in their studies and professional work environment.

2. The Grade 12 results.

3. Departmental recognition of staff and Jeugies.

4. The achievements of Grade 8 to 12 learners.

5. Our support mechanism.

Hard Work

Rewarded

At the end of each term an academic Top 20 is announced in each grade. By the end of February the formal academic MERIT EVENING, a gala occasion, takes place in the form of a graduation ceremony.

 

The following awards are made:

  1. Best achievers in each learning area.
  2. Academic honorary colours.
  3. Dux learners in every phase.

 

The Dux learners are the learners who had the best academic achievements from grade 8-11. The learners receive a golden coin. This is the highest award a learner receives.

Grade 8 and-9 forms part of the Senior phase of a learner's academic schooling.

 

The following learning areas are presented in this phase:

1. Afrikaans Home language

2. English First Additional language

3. Mathematics

4. Life Orientation

5. Natural Science

6. Social Science

7. Economic Science

8. Technology

9. Arts and Culture

WHAT DO THE GRADE 8 AND 9 LEARNING AREAS ENTAIL?

 

IN MATHEMATICS YOU LEARN:

  • To think logically,
  • To reason systemically,
  • That each problem has a solution.

 

IN NS (Life Science & Physical Science) YOU LEARN:

  • How to do an experiment,
  • The reproductive system of humans and animals,
  • How to do scientific research.

 

IN SS (Geography & History) YOU LEARN:

  • Mapwork
  • The history of our country,
  • World events
  • Expansion of general knowledge.

 

IN EMS YOU LEARN:

  • How to deal with your money matters,
  • How to set up a budget,
  • Skills to manage your own business one day.

 

IN TECHNOLOGY YOU LEARN:

  • The operation of a computer,
  • How to do designing on a computer,
  • The tourism industry,
  • The hospitality industry.

 

IN ARTS AND CULTURE, YOU LEARN:

  • To appreciate the finer arts through good music and different forms of art ,
  • The history of music and art

 

Afrikaans, English, Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy and Life Orientation are compulsory subjects up to grade 12. In the third term of the learner's Grade 9 year, 3 subjects must be selected. From grade 10 to grade 12 a learner must enroll for 7 subjects.

 

At Jeugland, we strive to lay a solid foundation in all learning areas in Grade 8 and 9. Based on the results of the aptitude tests and the June examination, the learner is guided to choose the most suitable subject package.

 

Please find further detail on the learning areas which grade 8 and 9 learners are exposed to, down below:

COMPULSORY SUBJECT CHOICE GRADE 8 AND 9 COMPULSORY LEARNING AREAS

  • Afrikaans Home language
  • English first Additional language
  • Mathematics
  • Natural sciences
  • Social sciences
  • Economic management sciences
  • Arts and culture
  • Technology
  • Life Orientation

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS GRADE 10-12

  • Afrikaans Home language
  • English first Additional language
  • Mathematics/Mathematical Literacy (select one of the above)
  • Life Orientation

COMPULSORY SUBJECT CHOICE GRADE 8 AND 9 COMPULSORY LEARNING AREAS

  • Afrikaans Home language
  • English first Additional language
  • Mathematics
  • Natural sciences
  • Social sciences
  • Economic management sciences
  • Arts and culture
  • Technology
  • Life Orientation

 

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS GRADE 10-12

  • Afrikaans Home language
  • English first Additional language
  • Mathematics/Mathematical Literacy (select one of the above)
  • Life Orientation

 

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS - CHOOSE ANY THREE

  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • Physical sciences
  • Life sciences
  • History
  • Geography
  • Information Technology
  • Engineering Graphics and Design
  • Visual art
  • Art design
  • Music
  • Technology
  • Civil Technology
  • Hospitality Studies
  • Tourism

 

UNIVERSITY EXEMPTED SUBJECTS

Technology and IT may be taken together. With Mathematical Literacy, subjects such as Physical Sciences and Information Technology cannot be taken.

Results

The Matriculants over the past 5 Years
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% PASS Rate
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Distinctions
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Matrics with 3+ Distinctions
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Matrics with 7+ Distinctions

Specialist Subjects

Unique to Jeugland High School

Subjects such as Arts, Hospitality Studies and Digital Electronics are unique to Jeugland. These subjects are presented on a high standard. Music can also be taken at Jeugland, but only from grade 10 as an eighth subject.

 

Messrs. Smith and Van Vuuren offer Hospitality studies. The extremely professional way in which the learners present the restaurant evenings testify to the good quality of teaching. Many grade 12 learners qualify annually for bursaries for further training in the hotel industry.

 

Jeugland High School intends to present 5 technical subjects as electives from grades 10 to 12. The subjects are:

  • Technical Mathematics
  • Technical Science
  • Electronical Technology
  • Civil Technology
  • Engineering Graphics & Design 

 

Learners are allowed to take an eighth subject, but only from grade 10.

Excellent

Special education

Learners with special educational needs are accommodated and supported throughout the school year. After learners were reported and tested by the Department of Education, learners are awarded on recommendation, specific concession for formal assessment assignments.

 

Jeugland  is a leader in this field!

 

Remedial classes in terms of language skills are conducted by a professional and trained educational specialist. These classes are offered after-hours on the school premises.