1. Naledi Senior Secondary School 22.96%
Naledi High School is a government secondary school at 892 Nape Street in Soweto. The school took an important role at the start of the Soweto Uprising in 1976.
The head reports a pass rate around 70% in 2013. But today, they lead the chart now.
A plaque was unveiled in 2013 by the Mayor of Johannesburg, Amos Masondo, to mark Naledi’s contribution to Johannesburg Heritage. Also returning that day was Enos Ngutshane who had an assembly point named in his honour.
The school hopes to build a museum at the school that would feature the car burnt by pupils in 1976.
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