Our learners excel in many fields!
Our Matric results of 2022 indicate the depth of our learners’ development – all 211 candidates who wrote the examination were successful. This means we achieved a 100% pass rate for the 27th consecutive year!
There were 519 subject distinctions i.e. an average of 2,39 distinctions per learner. 206 candidates achieved Bachelor Passes i.e. a Bachelor Pass rate of 98%. Our 2022 Dux, Ella Scharler, achieved an aggregate of 95%. She placed 5th in the Umlazi District and 10th in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Our learners participate, and achieve success, both provincially and nationally in the Douglas Livingstone Short Story Competition, Poetry Africa, the Royal Commonwealth Society Essay Competition, the SAASTA Essay and Debating Competition and various English, Mathematics and Accounting Olympiads.
Our two large Art Studios create a welcoming space where learners explore a variety of artistic media.
All of our learners have online access in our Computer Rooms.
Our newly renovated Consumer Studies kitchen is fully equipped.
The Drama Wing boasts two large air-conditioned Drama Rooms with a soundproof dividing wall. These two rooms can be opened up to form a theatre space.
This vibrant, busy space forms the centre of the school where learners can engage in reading and learning on all levels. Our Library offers over 19 000 books!
We offer Music as a Matric subject and a variety of instruments allow freedom of expression in our dedicated Music Room.
Our laboratories provide spaces for hands-on experimentation and learning in both Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.
Science Lecture Theatres
The Anne Martin Science Wing contains two air-conditioned Lecture Theatres.
Victor Daitz Mathematics Wing
These spacious venues are part of our newest development and are dedicated to the teaching of Mathematics.
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Academic Development Programme - ADP
The Academic Development Programme (ADP) of DGHS is a facility that provides a venue and an environment in which learners can do homework and study after school. Supervisors are present to check homework, motivate learners and encourage their extra-curricular involvement. To ensure that our learners work to the best of their ability and use their time wisely, they are encouraged to complete their written homework, do online research, study for tests and read their library books during this time in a controlled setting. The Victor Daitz Wing is the venue for ADP and registration forms are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.