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Name University Course
Tlamelo Pearl Ntshambiwa University of Reading (UK) Finance & Investment Banking
Nametso Khumo University of Leeds (UK) Biotechnology & Enterprise
Metlha Ganelang Monash University (Australia) Economics & Commerce
Maggie Kereng University of Leicester (UK) Finance & Economics
Gomolemo Nthsontsi University of Reading (UK) Finance & Investment Banking
Olorato Gadiile University of Queensland (Australia) Mining Engineering
Neo Ramputswa Temple University (USA) Finance
Gofaone Kgafela University of Leicester (UK) Financial Economics
Tapiwa Dabutha University College (Ireland) Medicine
Karabo Mothupi McGill University (Canada) Chemical Engineering
Tebogo Saidoo McGill University (Canada) Finance
Calvin Moatshe McGill University (Canada) Financial Economics
Comfort Chose St Georges University (Grenada) Medicine
Tinashe Malebeswa University of Leeds (UK) Finance & Accounting

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On the 5th of September the sounds of footsteps echoed throughout Phase 2 as Legae academy set out on their annual sponsored walk. Organized to raise funds for the development of the school, it generated a great turn up of students, staff and their family and friends. The event commenced at 7am on home ground with speeches from the school head and his team wishing everyone good luck and thanking them for their attendance. 

It was best foot forward as students were determined to reach the 10km goal. Even the mean grey clouds looming above declaring the prospect of rain could not stop the indomitable young army as they crusaded along their journey.

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On the 8th of September monished universities from Australia as well as northwestern, Johns Hopkins and Dartmouth universities from America graced Legae Academy with their presence.

With both the AS and A2 final exams in short sight, it is important that students decide which universities they are looking to go to. It was because of this that Mr. Dube organized the university presentations, which helped make these decisions a tad bit easier.

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What do you want to be when you grow up? A doctor? A lawyer? Maybe even a pilot? What would you do if you had the opportunity to sit down and chat with people from your dream profession? What questions would you ask? At this year’s Career Assistance Day form 3’s had the opportunity to meet and engage with professionals across all fields. They had the world in front of them, literally.

About Legae Academy Botswana

Legae’s tradition of success in external examinations has  been further recognised by the MOE, which commended the  school “for its high performance in both IGCSE and HIGCSE  examinations”. The ministry of Education further noted that:  “This good performance is attributed to a number of factors  such as highly qualified staff, small class size, reasonable  teaching loads, good and adequate physical facilities  and resources, and a conducive teaching and learning  environment. The highly qualified teachers of the school are  optimally utilised.” (1998 Inspection Report)  “Legae Academy is focused on students achieving academic  excellence and has a good organisation structure in place to  enable the school to deliver its objective. Inspection findings  revealed that the school has many strengths, particularly in  producing good grades at final exams.”