For taking her time to creatively design and produce the Inter-house athletics poster. She is commended for the effort she put into it.
Chiedza produced and designed the newsletter. A lot of her time, effort and dedication was put into it, which is commendable.
Pathias and Nkisu are dedicated photographers always willing and able to cover school functions and events.
For being a well-motivated leaders, good supervisors of juniors, organising club members and packing first aid kits before matches.
For continued support, loyalty and being active at sports fixtures.
For volunteering to organise hymns for chapel services. She has done that consistently this term.
Junior Marimba Band
For putting an exciting and energetic performance at the National Institute of Allied Arts Music Festival. The group was awarded an Honours Grade and went on to win the Winad Music Trust Trophy for the Best Traditional Marimba band.
For putting up excellent performances at the National Institute of Allied Arts Music Festival in which they were awarded a 1st Plus Grade. The group also volunteered and put up an emotional performance at the Late John Musithu’s funeral.
For putting up a fabulous piano solo performance at the National Institute of Allied Arts Music Festival which earned him a 1st plus Grade. He has also used his sight reading skills to learn several hymns and he has played them technically well during chapel services.
For putting up excellent performances as soloist and duets at National Institute of Allied Arts Music Festival and getting Honours Grades. Lerato went on to be awarded the Best Mbira Player at this year’s festival.
For putting up an exciting performance at the National Institute of Allied Arts Music festival which earned the group an Honours Grade.
Senior Mbira Ensemble
For putting up fabulous performances at the 2019 National Institute of Allied Arts Music Festival. The group was awarded an Honours Grade.
Advanced Marimba Band
The group was awarded an Honours Grade, won the Kutinya Trophy for the overall best marimba band and was dully invited to perform at the prestigious NIAA final concert.
HALF SERVICE TIE
The two stepped in, when the Leo leadership was out on camp. They volunteered and spear- headed the success of Bromley Primary School Stationery Project. They organised and led the Leo members to distribute the stationery there and more than 50 students benefited from the donations.
FULL SERVICE TIE
She organised a District Leo Induction Workshop which was successful, where more than 7 schools and 13 Omega Leos from the University of Zimbabwe attended. Over one hundred new Leos were inducted meaning more hands to serve in District 412A
For representing the college at the ATS Senior Debate Tournament and for being positioned 3/16 schools. Also for their effort and commitment in going an extra mile and preparing for the district tournament at short notice. They attained position 3 after reaching the semi-finals.