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Congratulations to our Dux Scholar for 2016, Andrea Tonelli, who received the top accolade of the Dick Graham Memorial prize for the best Trials Results at our Hilton College Speech Day ... Well done Andrea ... We are very proud of you ... #PeopleMakeHilton


#PEOPLEMAKEHILTON … What a wonderful celebration of all that our Hilton College Family stands for … A real blessing to have Professor Tim Noakes address our boys so beautifully and hand out prizes to a number of our top academic achievers and leaders … Hilton College also paid tribute to our Headmaster, Peter Ducasse, and to Iain McMillan for their remarkable service to the school they love … Guy Waterhouse, our 2016 Head of School, congratulated Chizembi Sakulanda (2017 Head of School) and Vaughn Williams (2017 Deputy Head of School) … Guy concluded: “PURPOSE is the reason you journey. PASSION is the fire that lights your way.” All of us, along with the collaboration of our parents have made the decision to attend Hilton College. There is reason and purpose behind this decision. You will find that at this school although your passion is the fire that lights your way along this journey, Hilton is the fuel that will make your fire great. And once you combine it with the other 560 boys that attend this school our fire is not only going to be lighting the way, but leading the way. “IF YOU WANT TO GO FAST GO ALONE, IF YOU WANT TO GO FAR GO TOGETHER.”


This past weekend saw the Mountain Bike Club venture forth to Mountain Splendour in Champagne Castle in the Drakensberg for their first annual MTB camp. Jordan Wisdom and Robbie Knoop participated as seniors and James Coull, Nic Teichmann and Tom Lewis as juniors. Staff members participating were Richard Wyngaard and Mike Green as well as one of our parents, Mr Kurt Knoop.

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James Wood, MJ Grobler and Ryan Griesel  had a fantastic time assisting with the care of the animals housed at the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre over the last half term.  They were also part of a group of 20 volunteers from all over the world and consequently had a great time not only getting up close and personal with the wildlife but also interacting with young people from a host of different cultures.

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The Fleur de Lys Magazine is a quarterly publication which sums up the important activities and news from the preceding term. It is available here in PDF format.