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EXAM PRAYER FOR OUR 2018 MATRICS

Schools That Rock’s exam prayer for our 2018 matrics (An adaption of Psalm 23) The Lord is my shepherd of what shall I be afraid? He peacefully lets me enter the exam room He enlightens my intellect He leads me in the consciousness of learning for His name’s sake Even when I look at the paper and find the questions difficult I will stay calm as He is with me. The goodness of my teachers and what they taught me, Will bear fruit and I will live to praise His name for all eternity. Unknown Schools That Rock se...

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SAOG Besigheids Forum en Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool is toekomsgerig

SAOG Besigheids Forum en die Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool Pretoria het ‘n vennootskap gevorm! Die skool vorm nou deel van die SAOG Besigheids Forum – se integrasieprojek met die jeug van Suid-Afrika. Die skool sal op ‘n gereëlde basis by Freedom Park saam met die skole in die omgewing musiek maak en bymekaar leer oor musiek. Die Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool word in 2020 100 jaar oud, en die skool se geskiedenis het getoon dat die skool passievol is oor impak. Ons wil graag geleenthede skep waar mense se lewens geraak kan word en verbeter deur goed te doen. Mnr Jabu...

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Leierskap blom by Affies

Die Junior Stadsraad van Pretoria het Donderdag, 17 Mei 2018 hul nuwe stadsraad vir 2018/2019 ingehuldig. Wat die inhuldiging uniek maak is dat Afrikaanse Hoër Meisieskool reeds vyf keer ‘n Junior Burgemeester opgelewer het. Die eerste inhuldiging van die junior raad was 40 jaar gelede. “Die Junior Stadsraad is destyds begin met die doel om skole te laat saamwerk aan projekte wat die jeug in ons gemeenskap raak” sê Leah Warmenhoven uittredende Burgemeester. Die doel van die program is om leierskap onder jongmense te bevorder deur hulle te leer om verantwoordelikheid te neem. Die Junior Stadsraad word deur die...

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Gedagte vir die week

Claim Your Birthright

I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with loving kindness. – Jeremiah 31:3

My dad was raised in an extremely poor cotton- picking family, who lost everything they owned during the Great Depression. He said that from the moment he gave his heart to God at the age of seventeen, “I made a quality decision that my children and family would never have to experience the lack that I was raised in.” He searched the scrip-ture to see what God said about him and started seeing himself not as a farmer’s child with no future, but as a child of the Most High God. He rose up and broke the curse of poverty in our family. No wonder my dad held up his bible every service and said, “This is my Bible. I am what it says I am.

I have what it says I have.” Do the same this morning, and you’ll be amazed what can happen.” – Joel Osteen

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