It is always great fun in the Life Sciences laboratories when it’s dissection week at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School. With their kidney dissection are (back, from left) S’lindile Mthembu, Katelyn Gardiner, Si’van Cruywagen with (front, from left) Kwanele Dubuzana, Lungelo Hlela and Ziyanda...Read More
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Pietermaritzburg Girl’s High School toiletry donation to LifeLine & Divine Vessels Over the last few months learners at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School have collected toiletries and sanitary pads which has now been donated to the Grade 12 charity for the year, LifeLine as well as Divine Vessels. At the handover are (from left) Philile Ndlovu (LifeLine social worker), Navi Chetty (LifeLine finance manager), Ayola Pangomso, Onamandla Sikhakhane and Bongeka Mapumulo, Connie Zuma (Divine Vessels deputy chairperson) and Zinzi Nene (Divine...Read More
Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School matric pupil, Okuhle Mkhize, was one of four South African learners who travelled to Tehran, Iran to participate in the International Biology Olympiad. There were teams from 70 different countries, with over 200 high learners competing. Each team had to write the National Biology Olympiad in their respective countries in order to qualify for this Olympiad. There were four sets of practical sessions of 90 minutes each, and two theory sessions of three hours each. The standard of the questions was equivalent to fourth-year biology and medical students in South Africa. Although the South African...Read More
Esmé Weigelt has been appointed Deputy Principal of Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School by the Department of Education. Weigelt joined GHS in 2007, was appointed Head of Department and served as Acting Deputy Principal since April 2017. Currently her portfolio includes Head of Languages, Boarder Superintendent and coordinator of the Admissions process. Pictured is the GHS executive (from left) Catherine Trodd (Deputy Principal), Esmé Weigelt and Andrew Graaf...Read More
Two of their hockey stars, Ahmeadyn Claasen and Nolwazi Zondi have been selected for the South African U17 and 18B Squad and South African 18B respectively. Polo Crosse players, Camryn Minnaar and Candice O’Dell, played in the South African U19 team in a series against England. Both learners received accolades as best player in their respective positions. Kate Croudance represented South Africa in the U23 Sprint Kayaking World Championship in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Many GHS learners represented KwaZulu-Natal in their various sporting codes. Kiara Naidoo achieved three gold medals in doubles, mixed doubles and single events in the U15 age...Read More
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God of Restoration
He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. – Psalm 23:2-3
You can’t do anything about what’s gone, but you can do a great deal about what remains. You may have made some poor choices that have caused you awful heartache and pain. Perhaps you feel that your life is beyond repair. You may feel disqualified from God’s best, convinced that you must settle for second best the rest of your life.
Worse yet, perhaps it was somebody else’s foolish decisions that caused you to experience wrenching headache and pain. Regardless, you must stop dwel-ling on it. Forgive the person who caused you the trouble and start clean right where you are this morning.
If you continue to dwell on those past disappointments, you will block God’s blessings in your life today. It’s simply not worth it. Beyond that, God desires your restoration even more than you do! – Joel Osteen