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Curro's 2023 IEB Matric Results

The IEB results are in and Curro's schools have once again surpassed expectations.
Here is the statement we released earlier today:

The Curro school group had 2 296 matriculants who wrote the 2023 IEB matric exam. They achieved an exceptional pass rate of 99.15% from our numerous campuses around the country as well as for the Curro Online school. The group maintains its remarkable record of producing top-performing learners, with 66,58% achieving a minimum of a C-average and 9,25% learners achieving an A-average.

We also have several schools that write the National Senior Certificate (NSC) exams, which will see results released soon.

Cobus Loubser, Curro’s CEO, commended all the 2023 matriculants and their teachers on the outstanding performance. ‘Congratulations to all our learners and staff on another year of academic excellence,’ he said. ‘Your IEB matric results are a demonstration of your hard work, dedication and talent, and we are enormously proud of you. Your future is bright and we believe that you will go on to achieve greater things.’


Curro schools obtain exceptional achievements

Curro’s two top performing IEB candidates were Dia Singh from St Dominics Newcastle in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Jessica Biesman-Simons from HeronBridge College in Gauteng. They both achieved above 90% average in all their subjects.

Six of our IEB learners achieved an A-average in all eight of their subjects and 34 learners achieved an A-average in all seven of their subjects.

Sebastiaan van der Wolf from Curro Durbanville in the Western Cape and Calvin van der Merwe from Curro Bankenveld in Mpumalanga both achieved 100% for Engineering Graphics and Design.


Celebrating Curro’s online school milestone

Curro Online saw their first Grade 12 class write the 2023 final exams. Launched in 2020, Curro Online is a fully online school, making the excellent Curro education available to primary and high school learners across South Africa and abroad. All classes take place through live online lessons by dedicated teachers.

‘We are exceptionally proud of our first set of Matric results from our online school. It is gratifying to see the success of this education model which was developed for a changing world. It proves that new ways of learning work,’ says Loubser. ‘Congratulations to everyone who believed in the vision of this pioneering school model and made it a reality.’

Cobus also wished each matriculant well as they start their career journey.

Part of this journey is to join Curro Alumni, which helps matriculants to stay in touch with their former classmates and reconnecting our alumni with their school. By signing up for Curro Alumni, members get exclusive savings on school fees and can share their journey after matriculating.

Curro Durbanville high school matric IEB results