Matric Rewrite

Matric Rewrite

A Matric Rewrite is commonly known as the Second Chance Programme or supplementary exams and was developed by the Department of Basic Education BUT can also be referred to as the Matric Upgrade programme at Matric College. 

This means that you can complete a Matric Rewrite through Matric College OR complete a Matric Rewrite directly through the Department of Basic Education. 

registration for matric upgrade with Matric College and DBE

What Is The Second Chance Matric Programme?

The Second Chance Matric Programme was introduced by the Department of Basic Education (DBE) in 2016 for those who want to improve on the results of their last examination sitting. If you are under the age of 21, it is known as a Matric Rewrite or a Supplementary Exam. If you are over the age of 21, it is called a Matric Upgrade

What Are Supplementary Exams?

Supplementary exams is another name for Matric Rewrite done through the Department of Basic Education. Remember, that you cannot choose new subjects when you complete this programme. Only the Matric Upgrade programme at Matric College allows you to change or add new subjects.

Who Is Eligible For A Matric Rewrite?

This depends on the type of Matric Rewrite programme you choose to complete. Here are your two options:

  1. School-based learners completing the supplementary exams – Matric Rewrite
  2. Adult learners upgrading  Matric – Matric Upgrade

School-Based Learners Completing The Supplementary Exams

To complete this programme you have to meet the following entry requirements:

  • Must have completed Matric already. These results can be as follows:
    • Incomplete matric results
    • Failed matric results
    • Results that need improvement, for example, you received 40% for Mathematics and you required 50% for Mathematics to enter a particular course
  • Be 21 or younger to write the exams

Adult Learners Upgrading Their Matric

To complete this programme you have to meet the following entry requirements:

  • Must have completed Matric already. These results can be as follows:
    • Incomplete matric results
    • Failed matric results
    • Results that need improvement, for example, you received 40% for Mathematics and you required 50% for Mathematics to enter a particular course
  • Be 21 or older to write the exams. You can apply when you are 19 BUT must be 21 when you write your exams.
  • Study via distance learning
  • Understand English

How Do I Register For A Matric Rewrite?

To register for a Matric Rewrite programme, you have to look at the different Matric Rewrite programmes that are available. Registration for the Matric Rewrite/Matric Upgrade programme through Matric College differs from the Matric Rewrite / Supplementary exams administered directly by the Department of Basic Education.

Here is how you can register for each of these programmes:

Registration For The Matric Rewrite / Matric Upgrade Programme Through Matric College – SAQA ID – 49647

  • Your first step will be to register for the Matric Rewrite/Matric Upgrade programme with Matric College. We will provide you with the necessary books and tutor assistance you require to be successful.
  • The second step would be to register for the exams at the Department of Basic Education. This is done by yourself with our guidance. We have a step by step guide to show you how to register for the exams online or in person.
  • Registration at the Department of Basic Education usually opens between November and the end of January BUT in 2021 it was extended to March due to the pandemic. 
  • Students usually rewrite their exams in May/June. In 2021 students were given another chance to register in August for the November exams.

Registration For The Matric Rewrite / Supplementary Exams Through The Department Of Basic Education – SAQA ID – 49647

  • You can register for your Matric Rewrite in person, at any Department of Education district office, OR online via their website.
  • Registration at the Department of Basic Education usually opens between November and the end of January BUT in 2021 it was extended to March due to the pandemic. Students usually write their exams in May / June. In 2021 students were given another chance to register in August for the November exams.
  • The Department of Basic Education will NOT provide any books or tutor assistance, everything is self-study.

You Will Require The Following Documents To Apply For Both Programmes

  • A completed registration form 

            You can download the form from the Department of Education website or collect it from any Department of Education office

  • A certified copy of your ID or birth certificate  

            A student from outside of South Africa will need to provide a certified copy of a valid passport

  • Examination numbers of your previously written Grade 12 or equivalent exams

Matric Rewrite Subjects

As already stated, you can only rewrite the subjects you wrote, in your November exams if you are completing the Matric Rewrite course directly through the Department of Basic Education

If you are completing the Matric Rewrite course through Matric College you can change your subjects to other subjects.

Matric Rewrite Subjects At Matric College

You can choose any of the following subjects that you would have previously studied or you can take on one or more new subjects.

Compulsory Subjects

  • English Home Language
  • English First Additional Language
  • Afrikaans Huistaal
  • Afrikaans Eerste Addisionele Taal
  • isiZulu Home Language
  • isiXhosa Home Language
  • isiNdebele Home Language
  • Sepedi Home Language
  • Xitsonga Home Language
  • Tshivenda Home Language
  • Sesotho Home Language
  • Siswati Home Language
  • Setswana Home Language
  • Mathematics/ Wiskunde
  • Mathematical Literacy

Adult Matric Subjects

Optional Subjects

  • Physical Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Accounting
  • History
  • Geography
  • Religious Studies

Matric Rewrite Subjects At The Department Of Basic Education

Compulsory Subjects

  • Home Language
  • First Additional Language
  • Maths or Maths Literacy
  • Life Orientation

Optional Subjects

Commerce

  • Business Studies 
  • Economics
  • Accounting

Life Science

  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Computer Application Technology (CAT)

Travel and Tourism

  • Hospitality Studies
  • Tourism

Social Science

  • History
  • Geography

Exam Dates For The Matric Rewrite Programme

The exam dates for Matric Rewrite have been moved from March to May/June. This can change at any stage and it is important that you always stay informed:

  • Examinations are held over 6 weeks between May and June 
  • Exact dates are released in advance by The Department of Basic Education
  • The examination days are broken into two writing sessions 
  • The morning session starts at 09:00 am 
  • The afternoon session begins at 02:00 pm

*These dates apply to both programmes. This is for the Matric Rewrite programme with Matric College and the Department of Basic Education.

What If I Do Not Qualify For A Matric Rewrite With The Department Of Basic Education?

If you do not qualify for a Matric Rewrite, you do not have to worry. You have options that are available to you and here are some of them:

  • Provided you are younger than 21, you can re-enrol full-time as a repeat student at a school of your choice OR
  • You can register as a distance learning student if you are 21 and older for the Matric Upgrade programme at Matric College

What Are The Benefits Of Doing A Matric Rewrite?

Here are the benefits of rewriting your matric whether it be with Matric College or the Department of Basic Education:

  • You will be able to improve your matric results OR obtain a matric certificate if you have failed
  • Increased job opportunities
  • Increase your chances of being accepted by your chosen university. This means you can improve your pass level from a National Senior Certificate/Senior Certificate (Amended) pass to a Bachelor’s Degree Pass.

How Do I Prepare For A Matric Rewrite? 

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your Matric Rewrite or Matric Upgrade course:

  • Draw up a study plan
  • Go through past exam papers
  • Go through your notes 
  • Make use of the tutor support offered by Matric College to all their students
  • Practice good time management     

How Long After Matric Can I Rewrite?

You qualify to rewrite your Matric immediately after your Matric final. You can also re-enrol and retake your end of year exams more than 5 years after you have completed Matric. Here are the different certificates you can achieve:

  1. National Senior certificate
  2. Senior Certificate (Amended)

National Senior Certificate

If you complete a Matric Rewrite with the Department of Basic Education, you will receive a National Senior Certificate.

If you complete a Matric Upgrade course with Matric College, and wrote your matric final exam in 2008 and after, you will receive a National Senior Certificate.

Senior Certificate (Amended)

If you wrote your matric final exam before 2008, and you choose to complete a Matric Upgrade programme, you will receive a Senior Certificate (Amended).

Where Can I Get My Matric Rewrite Results?

If you are a National Senior Certificate candidate, you can get your Matric Rewrite results at the nearest Department of Education district office, at the centre where you wrote your exams, as well as online.

What Can I Do If I Am Not Satisfied With My Matric Rewrite Results?

The Department of Basic Education has in place the following measures if you are not satisfied with your results:

  • Rechecking papers
  • Remarking papers
  • Viewing your exam papers

Re-Checking Papers 

This is a further check to make sure that all answers have been correctly marked and that all marks have been correctly calculated. This will cost you R29 per subject.

Re-Marking Papers

This means that your examination will be marked for the second time. This will cost you R120 per subject.

Viewing Your Exam Paper

You can only view your exam papers after re-checking or re-marking. This will cost you R234 per subject.

Why Are My Results Being Withheld? 

Your result could be withheld due to irregularities. Contact your Department of Education district office to find out more about your results. 

At Which College Can I Study For My Matric Upgrade?

You can study for your Matric Upgrade at Matric College.

What Is A Senior Certificate (Amended)?

An Senior Certificate (Amended) is a matric certificate for adult learners. It is commonly referred to as the following:

  • Senior Certificate (Amended)
  • Amended Senior Certificate 
  • Senior Certificate
  • Adult Matric
  • Online Matric

What Is The Difference Between The National Senior Certificate And The Senior Certificate (Amended)? 

It is important to remember that a National Senior Certificate and a Senior Certificate (Amended) are the same. They afford you the same opportunities to attend university or college and are both, what is commonly called, a matric certificate. Both are also accredited by Umalusi. However, they are not obtained through the same process. Here are the different processes:

The National Senior Certificate

The NSC is awarded to students who attend traditional high school and pass their matric exams. To pass the National Senior Certificate, you will need to write seven subjects and pass a minimum of six of them.

The Senior Certificate (Amended)

The SC (A) is awarded to adult learners who have completed and passed the Adult Matric offered at colleges such as Matric College. To pass the Senior Certificate (Amended), you will need to write six subjects and pass at least five of them. 

Examinations

The examination results for the National School Certificate are based on the final examination as well as the school-based tests, assessments and projects completed. 

The results for the Senior Certificate (Amended) are based on the examinations only.

Remember: You can register for one subject at a time when you complete the Senior Certificate (Amended), and then only register for the next subject once you have written the exam and achieved a pass. The majority of Matric College students who are enrolled in this programme complete it in two years. They achieve this by writing exams on three subjects per year.

Can I Combine My Matric Results?

If you wrote your Matric more than once, you can apply to have your results combined. You will need to pay a fee of R130 and follow these steps:

  • Go to your nearest Department of Education office with all your exam results
  • Take a certified copy of your ID with you
  • Produce your proof of payment or online application
  • Download this form, fill it in and attach the required documents

Do Senior Certificate (Amended) SC(A) Adult Learners Write The Same Exam Papers As The National Senior Certificate (NSC) School Learners?

Yes, since 2019, Senior Certificate (Amended) adult learners have written the same exams as the National Senior Certificate School students. However, it is important to remember that students who are writing or rewriting their NSC can not change the subject and SC (A) learners can write completely different subjects to those they took in high school.

Can I Write My Matric Online?

Matric College is a distance learning institution and therefore you will be able to complete all your studies using online methods such as email, WhatsApp, Facebook Study Groups, Zoom calls etc. 

Although you can complete all the studies via the online methods, you cannot write your actual exams online. You have to be physically present at an examination centre, designated by the Department of Basic Education and Training close to where you live.  

How Do I Prepare For An “Online Matric” Exam?

At Matric College, we help our students in the best possible way we can. If you are completing an Adult Matric programme you can prepare for the exams in this manner:

  • You will have access to our Whatsapp and Facebook groups
  • You can download learning material from our website
  • You will have access to our student support services telephonically during office hours
  • This is in addition to textbooks and study notes that are sent to you 

Whatsapp and Facebook Groups

You will interact with fellow students and tutors to discuss questions, answers, topics, tips, advice and other learning activities that will improve your understanding of the subject. 

These platforms will enable you to ask questions and to seek clarity in those areas that you may be struggling with and be a great advantage when preparing for your exams. 

Website

You will have access to download study resources and past papers from our website. Our Matric College principal insists that making use of past papers is still his number one tip to completing your matric successfully.

Telephone

Our student support services office is there for you anytime between the hours of 08:00 am to 05:00 pm. At Matric College we strive to make your studies as smooth as possible and this is why you can reach out to us and we will happily assist you.

What Are The Minimum Requirements For Further Tertiary Studies?

There are four matric pass levels. These pass levels will determine your admission to any one of the following study programmes:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Pass
  • Diploma Pass 
  • Higher Certificate Pass
  • National Senior Certificate/ Senior Certificate (Amended) Pass

Bachelor’s Degree Pass

The minimum requirements for a Bachelor’s degree programme are:

  • Minimum 40% for your home language
  • Minimum 50% for four other high credit subjects 
  • Minimum 30% for two other subjects/Minimum 30% for one other subject (SC (A))

Diploma Pass

  • Minimum 40% for your home language 
  • Minimum 40% for three other high credit subjects 
  • Minimum 30% for two other subjects/ Minimum 30% for one other subject (SC (A))

Higher Certificate Pass

  • Minimum of 40% in your home language 
  • Minimum of 40% in two other subjects 
  • Minimum of 30% for three other subjects/Minimum 30% for two other subjects (SC (A))

National Senior Certificate Pass

  • Minimum of 40% in your home language
  • Minimum of 40% in 2 other subjects
  • Minimum of 30% in 2 other subjects/Minimum 30% for one other subject (SC (A))

Matric Pass Levels Abbreviations

The following abbreviations on your results refer to your pass level:

  • BD: Bachelor Degree Pass
  • D: Diploma Pass
  • HC: Higher Certificate Pass
  • NSC: National Senior Certificate Pass/ SC(A): Senior Certificate (Amended) Pass

What Are The Matric Levels?

Here are the Matric pass levels and the symbols associated with them:

  • Level 7

            80 – 100% (A) (Outstanding Achievement)

  • Level 6

            70 – 79% (B) (meritorious Achievement)

  • Level 5

            60 – 69% (C) (Substantial achievement)

  • Level 4

            50 – 59% (D) (Moderate Achievement)

  • Level 3

           40 – 49% (E) (Adequate Achievement)

  • Level 2

            30 – 39% (F) (Elementar Achievement)

  • Level 1

            0 – 29% (G) (Not achieved – Fail)

What Is APS?

APS stands for Admission Points Score and is what is used by universities when deciding on which students to accept for registration. Your percentage mark in a subject will determine the score or the points that you will have achieved in that subject. 

How Do I Calculate My APS Score?

Table A below shows how your APS Score is calculated. The total of the points/score of all your subjects is your APS.

APS Score calculated - Matric College

What Are the APS Scores For The 4 Matric Pass Levels?

These are the minimum APS scores for the 4 level Matric passes:

  • Bachelor Degree Pass 

            APS score of 23 (National Senior Certificate)

            APS score 21 (Senior Certificate (Amended))

  • Diploma Pass 

             APS score of 19 (National Senior Certificate)

             APS score of 17(Senior Certificate (Amended))

  • Higher Certificate Pass

             APS score of 15 (National Senior Certificate)

             APS score of 13 (Senior Certificate (Amended))

  • National Senior Certificate Pass /  Amended Senior Certificate Pass

            APS score of 14 (National Senior Certificate)

            APS score 12 (Senior Certificate (Amended))

Bachelor’s Degree Level Pass

  • APS score of 4 in at least 4 high credit subjects
  • APS score of 3 in your home language 
  • APS score of 2 in any 2 other subjects 

Total APS score: 23

Diploma Level Pass

  • APS score of 3 in your home language 
  • APS score of at least 3 in high credit subjects 
  • APS score of 2 in any other 2 subjects

Total APS score: 19

Higher Certificate Level Pass

  • APS score of at least 3 in your home language 
  • APS score of at least 3 in two other subjects 
  • APS score of 2 in three other subjects

Total APS score: 15

National Senior Certificate Pass / Senior Certificate (Amended) Pass

  • APS score of at least 3 in your home language
  • APS score of at least 3 in two other subjects
  • APS score of 2 in 4 other subjects

Total APS score: 14 

What Are High Credit Subjects In Matric?

High credit subjects are those subjects that have a higher rating when you apply for university. These are the subjects that qualify as high credit subjects:

Languages

  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • isiNdebele
  • isiXhosa
  • isiZulu
  • Sepedi
  • Sesotho
  • Setswana
  • Siswati
  • Tshivenda
  • Xitsonga

Non-language Subjects

  • Accounting
  • Agricultural Science
  • Business Studies
  • Consumer Studies
  • Dramatic Arts
  • Economics
  • Engineering Graphics and Design
  • Geography
  • History
  • Information Technology
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics Literacy
  • Music
  • Physical Science
  • Religion Studies
  • Visual Arts

How Many Credits Does Matric Have?

Matric has 130 credits. These credits are recognised on the National Qualification Framework, which means that certain qualities and standards are met. Your matric certificate is only recognised if it is awarded by Umalusi. Always make sure to check if it has the Umalusi emblem and if it has a SAQA ID number.

What Is NQF?

NQF stands for National Qualifications Framework. It is a system that was designed to measure learning experiences that assist hiring managers and education institutions.

What Are NQF Levels?

The National Qualifications Framework gives credits to specific study areas. It is these credits that classify the qualification to an NQF level. 

Matric is classified as having an NQF level 4. Any qualification which is given credits that are equal to the credits of Matric is also classified as NQF level 4. Because of the NQF classification or grading, the qualification will be equivalent to a Matric.

NQF Levels

NQF levels start from the school system and go up to colleges and universities. Here is the breakdown of the NQF levels:

School

NQF 1: Grade 9 

NQF 2: Grade 10

NQF 3: Grade 11

NQF 4: Grade 12

University / College

NQF 5: Higher Certificate

NQF 6: Diploma 

NQF 7: Degree

NQF 8: Honours Degree

NQF 9: Masters Degree

NQF 10: Doctorate Degree

How Different Are The NQF Levels From The NATED Levels?

The difference between the two is that the NATED levels are on the NQF National Quality Framework. The NQF determines the learning outcomes or achievement of a person.

For example, the N4 Certificate which is a National qualification (NATED) course is on NQF level 5. Here is all you need to know about the NATED system.

NATED System

NATED stands for National Accredited Technical Education Diploma. The National qualification (NATED) programme was created by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to provide students with practical and theoretical knowledge. The courses are also registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).

The NATED level system is from N1 to N6. However, N4 is not the same as NQF 4. With the National qualification (NATED) courses, you can start an N1 course with a Grade 9 (NQF level 1). 

The infographic below shows you the NQF levels of the National qualification (NATED) courses as well as other qualifications.     

NQF Levels Explained

The NATED Qualifications

Here are the qualification levels of the NATED system:

  • National N4 Certificate
  • National N5 Certificate
  • National N6 Certificate
  • National N6 Diploma

National N4 Certificate

The requirement to study for an N4 Certificate is a Matric or a Matric equivalent qualification.  After completing this course, you will be awarded an N4 National Certificate. Your certificate will be issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

National N5 Certificate

To do this course level, you must have completed and passed the National N4 Certificate. Your certificate will be issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

National N6 Certificate

To do this course level, you must have completed and passed the National N5 Certificate. Your certificate will be issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO).

National N6 Diploma

To be awarded the National N6 Diploma, you must complete 18 months of work experience. This is noted by the college in a logbook (or report in the case of an Educare National Diploma) and forwarded to the Department of Higher Education and Training. 

You do not only have to complete your work experience after you have completed your theory. As Matric College is a distance learning institution, you are able to work in your field of study while you are completing the course and thereby earning your work experience at the same time as your theory.

Remember, N1, N2 and N3 courses are equivalent to Grade 10, 11 and 12 respectively.

How Do I Check My Senior Certificate (Amended) Results Online?

Here are the steps to check for your results.  

  1. Go to the Department of Basic Education website 
  2. Enter your examination number
  3. Enter personal details
  4. Click on the search button
  5. Check your results

How Do I Get My Old Matric Results?

You can get your old matric results at the following places:

  1. At school (This depends on when you left school)
  2. At the Department of Education’s physical address 
  3. On the Department of Education’s website

Is The Statement of Results The Same As A Matric Certificate?

No, the Statement of Results is not the same as a Matric certificate. The Statement of Results is issued by the Department of Basic Education and is not a certificate. It is a temporary document that will be replaced by a certificate issued by Umalusi.

What Is The Role of Umalusi?

Umalusi is the council for quality assurance in general and further education and training. The body is responsible for the following:

  • Developing and evaluating qualifications and curricula to ensure that they are of the expected standards 
  • Moderating assessment to ensure that it is fair, valid and reliable
  • Accrediting providers of education and training
  • Researching to ensure that all education services are of high quality
  • Verifying the authenticity of certificates

Certification

Umalusi is responsible for certification of the following qualifications:

Schools

  • Senior Certificate (Amended) SC(A)
  • National School Certificate (NSC)

TVET Colleges

  • National Technical Certificate (N3)
  • National Certificate Vocational (NCV)

Adult Learning Centres

General Education and Training Certificate for Adults

Issuing of Matric Certificates

It is the responsibility of Umalusi to issue Matric Certificates. These are issued after the re-marking and the re-checking has been completed. Umalusi issues two kinds of certificates:

  • A Matric Certificate
  • A Matric statement of results

A Matric Certificate

A Matric Certificate is issued when you have met all the qualification requirements which include:

  • Passed six subjects if you wrote your exams under the National School Certificate programme
  • Passed five subjects if you wrote your exams under the Adult Matric Programme

A Matric Subject Statement

A Matric statement of results is issued where the requirements of a certificate have not been met. A Subject Statement of results will be issued. You will have met the minimum requirements in one or more subjects.

How Are Errors On My Statement Of Results Corrected? 

When you receive your results, ensure that the following personal details are correct.

  • Your names are spelt correctly
  • Your date of birth is correct
  • Your birth or identification number is printed correctly

If there are any errors, contact your Department of Basic Education office within 21 days after the release of the results and have the following ready:

  • Statement of Results
  • Certified copy of identity document
  • Affidavit of declaration of ownership of Statement of Results
  • Specify error/s to be corrected 
  • Complete the application form for correction 

What Are Matric Equivalent Qualifications?

Matric equivalent qualifications are qualifications that are graded at the same level as a Matric. They fall under level 4 of the National Qualifying Framework (NQF). The following qualifications are equivalent to a Matric..

Further Education and Training Certificate: Bookkeeping

This is offered by the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) and is accredited by ICB, SAQA and QCTO. It is an internationally recognised qualification that offers business-related courses. For you to qualify for this Matric equivalent qualification, the following is needed:

  • Be at least 16 or older to apply
  • Apply with a Grade 10 certificate
  • Successful completion of the ICB Junior Bookkeeping Certificate, OR be a Certified Bookkeeper
  • You should be able to read and write in English
  • You need to be able to study by distance learning

ICB National Certificate: Small Business Financial Management  

For you to qualify for this Matric equivalent qualification you need the following:

  • Be 16 and older to apply
  • You need to prove that you completed and passed Grade 11
  • If you do not have a Grade 11 certificate you can apply for our bridging course or with any entry-level ICB certificate
  • If you do not have the above, you can apply with an NQF level 3 qualification
  • You should be able to read and write in English
  • You need to be able to study by distance learning

What Is QCTO?

QCTO  stands for Quality Council for Trades and Occupations. It was established in 2010 and offers guidance to skills development providers and assessment centres. Some of their responsibilities include:

  • Occupational qualifications development and assessment
  • Accreditation of skills development providers
  • Accreditation of assessment centres

How Is SAQA Related To The NQF?

SAQA stands for the South African Qualifying Authority. This body is responsible for establishing and maintaining quality within the higher education and training sector. 

SAQA’s main responsibility is the implementation of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). Here is a list of what the body is responsible for: 

  1. Classification of quality-assured national qualifications
  2. Registration of quality-assured national qualifications
  3. Publication of quality-assured national qualifications
  4. Overseeing the implementation of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) 
  • This is a process where formal, non-formal and informal learning is measured

       5. Accreditation body responsible for monitoring and auditing

Why Should I Choose Distance Learning?

Distance learning offers many benefits that ensure that you get your qualification in an easy and quick manner. Here are some of the benefits:

  • Earn while you learn
  • There will be no commuting
  • Learn self-discipline and time management skills

Earn While You Learn

You can work while you are studying. This not only helps you financially, but you are also able to gain valuable experience.

There Will Be No Commuting

There is no need for you to commute to classes. Not only will this allow you the luxury of sleeping a bit later, but you also save money.

Learn Self-discipline And Time Management Skills

Studying without lecturers will make you learn self-discipline and time management skills. These are personal attributes that are highly valued by potential employers.

Watch Our Principal Talk About Why You Should Study With Us

Author: Collin Wilbesi

Date Published: 30 November 2021