It is with great sadness that the staff and learners of DHS mourn the loss of Minenhle Mdhlalose. Your courage and tenacity on the hockey field, as well as your bubbly personality will be greatly missed. CHOIR ROCKS!
A special smile, a special face.
In our hearts, a special place.
Memories are a gift to treasure,
Ours of you will last forever.
Biggarsberg Primary School KZN YOUTH CHOIR
Dundee Junior School
Dundee High School
NKZN YOUTH CHOIR
Friday 25 July18:45
Dundee High School Hall
Tickets available from Mrs Haschke
R50 per AdultR10 per child
Come and enjoy the show!
The following learners have passed the auditions and have been invited to the first camp where the final choir will be chosen. KZN INLAND HOCKEY
Same Kunene, Nokubonga Xaba, Amanda Cilo, Sinenhlanhla Mahaye, Nicolene Janse van Rensburg, Minenhle Ndlovu, Sinenhlanhla Shezi, Langelihle Sithole, Siyanda Zondo, Naledi Vilakazi, Vuyowethu Ngobese, Koketse Phonela, Thabiso Hlela, Willem Fourie, Ewald Potgieter, Siqalala Shandu and Nelisa Mtshali.
Congratulations to these choristers! Best of luck with the final auditions. We know you'll make us proud!
Larnell Nero has been chosen for the KZN Inlands u/16 B boys' hockey team. He is the only boy from Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal which is indeed an honour and a showing of his talent. He will represent KZN at the boys' hockey tournament at Kearsney College during the holidays. We wish him fantastic and enjoyable Astro-hockey. We hope you will hone your talent whilst learning new skills and hold Dundee High School's name high. KZN COUNTRY DISTRICT HOCKEY
Congratulations Larnell! We are very proud of you!
Further congratulations must be extended to Chanté Groenewald who will be representing the KZN Country District team at a tournament in Pietermaritzburg this holiday. We wish you all the best and know you will make DHS proud! GOLD AT GENIUS OLYMPICS
Wandile Khumalo travelled to America this past week to represent South Africa at the Genius Olympics. Wandile was awarded this honour after receiving a gold medal and category prizes at the National Eskom Expo for Young Scientists with his project: A cheaper safety stove. IMPORTANT DATES
During his time in America, Wandile travelled to many well known landmarks and natural wonders such as Niagra Falls, The Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Washington DC to name but a few. Many friendships were formed with participants from around the world who were all very excited to know "A Zulu Guy" as was stated on his business card.
We are incredibly proud of Wandile who, against tough international competition of the brightest young scientists, managed to win Gold.
Well done Wandile! Your hard work and perseverance has paid off. We look forward to the slide show of your adventure, as well as reading the full article in The Courier.
Friday27 JuneSchool closes
Monday21 JulySchool opens
Wednesday23 JulyHPM Parent Evening
Friday25 JulyChoir Rocks Choir Festival
Saturday26 July SAFBAF AGM and Colours Evening