Awarding the best

22 October 2019 | Education

The Dolphin Schools in Walvis Bay recently hosted its valedictory and prize-giving ceremony. This year the principal’s award recipients were Roux-Ché Shidute and Celine Shidute for their excellent performances in both their academics and extramural activities. The most coveted award - the Dux leaner - was also awarded to Shidute. Seen here is Celine Shilongo, principal Ilse Palomba and Roux-Ché Shidute. Photo Leandrea Louw

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