Bank Windhoek's Coastal Maths Challenge concludes

On Wednesday, 29 September 2021, the 2021 Bank Windhoek Coastal Maths Challenge hosted its final round at the Namib High School in Swakopmund. The event saw grade 8 to 10 learners from the Swakopmund Secondary, and the Walvis Bay Secondary Schools clusters compete in mathematics skills challenges.

Liam Nasilowski from Pro-Ed Akademie won the grade eight category. Stefan Lotriet from Walvis Bay Private High School and Benjamin de Wet, also from Pro-Ed Akademie, came in second and third place.

Cesar Fernandes from the International School Walvis Bay was the top performer in the grade nine category. Stacey Damster from The Dolphin Schools came second, while Walvis Bay Private High School's Hendrik Viljoen and Flamingo Secondary School's Turee Perestrelo shared the third spot.

International School Walvis Bay's Laura Damster was the top learner in the grade ten category, followed by Amit van Dyk from Private School Swakopmund. Benjamin Bailey from Private School Swakopmund scooped third place.            

The Best Performing School, based on the average mark of all school learners, went to International School Walvis Bay with a score of 47.86 percent. Pro-Ed Akademie reached 45.38 percent, while Walvis Bay Private High School scored 42.74 percent overall. Based on the average mark of all participating learners from the cluster, Walvis Bay won with a narrow margin of 41.6 percent compared to Swakopmund's 40.1 percent.

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