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Grenville High head girl did a good deed

Lesego Ramorula, head girl of Grenville High School in Rustenburg, initiated a campaign to collect sanitary towels for girls who do not have access to affordable, quality sanitary products. Learners of Grenville was asked to donate sanitary towels or money to OPD on Friday, 18 May 2018. We would like to thank Onkgopotse Mafatse, Grenville alumni and the founder of FearlesAfrika, who donated 720 bags of sanitary towels to Grenville’s campaign to restore the dignity of our girls. Photo on top: from left to right on the photo is Mrs Reiners, Lesego Ramorula, Olerato Seemise; Rebaone Afrika, Rebaona Modutwane and...

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Grenville High attend Provincial Minquiz Competition

Grenville High attend Provincial Minquiz Competition at NWU Potchefstroom. Grade 12 learners, Tukiso Maila, Olerato Seemise and Reamogetswe Motlhamme from Grenville High School in Rustenburg, participated in the provincial Minquiz competition on 17 May 2018. Grade 11 learners Ororiseng Ngwasheng and William Diphoko had the opportunity to tour and experience the NWU Potchefstroom campus Engineering Faculty first hand....

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Grenville High participated in Majorette and Cheerleading competition

Grenville High School participated in North West Majorette and Cheerleading Association Competition The cheerleaders of Grenville High School in Rustenburg, participated in the North West Majorette and Cheerleading Association Competition one for 2018 at Potchesftroom Girls High. They received a first place certificate. Their hard work has paid off. We look forward to their next competitions. Photo under: First row: Daniela Nashola Second row: Ms  hlongoane; Lindiwe Mokgotha; Nomusa Mtsholi; Onalenna Kobedi; Onalenna Mafatshe; Ms Tawana Third row: Karabo Jenay; Amantle Ramaboa; Tshegofatso Nkasho; Mpho Modise; Dineo Mathakgong Fourth row: Reabetswe Montshiwa; Tsholofelo Senko; Onkgetetse...

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Immeasurably More

Now to him who is able to do immeasurable more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us… – EPHESIANS 3:20

A little boy went out to the backyard to play with a baseball bat and ball. He said to himself, “I am the best hitter in the world.” Then he threw the ball up in the air and he took a swing at it, but missed. Without a moment’s hesitation, he tossed it in the air again, saying as he swung the bat, “I’m the best hitter in the world,” but missed. Strike two. He tossed the ball up again, even more determined , saying ,”I am the best hitter in the world!” But he missed again. Strike three. The boy laid down his bat and smiled real big. “What do you know?” he said. “I’m the best pitcher in the world!”

If things don’t work out as planned today, look for something good in your circumstances. Fill your mind with good thoughts.