Future Nation Schools celebrates 100% pass rate in the 2023 IEB Matric results

Johannesburg, 18 January 2024: Future Nation Schools (FNS) is thrilled to announce the outstanding achievements of its Matric Class of 2023 in the Independent Examinations Board (IEB) examinations. With a stellar 100% pass rate, the results released today underscore the hard work and dedication of the schools’ students, firmly placing Future Nation Schools at the forefront of academic success.

Founded by Sizwe Nxasana and Dr Judy Dlamini, FNS is not your average school. With campuses in Fleurhof and Lyndhurst, this independent schools’ group is committed to leading the African Education Revolution, offering relevant, futuristic, Africa-focused, and technology-enabled education. FNS achieves this through an enhanced National CAPS curriculum delivered with Project Based Learning (PBL).

The IEB Matric results for the Class of 2023 highlight the success of FNS’s innovative educational model. The schools’ impressive results include a 100% pass rate, with 72 distinctions, 38 Bachelor Passes (97%) and 1 Diploma Pass.

The top achievers exemplify the effectiveness of FNS’s unique approach to education:

  • Asande Nkosi: 7 distinctions
  • Kuxonga Baloyi: 5 distinctions
  • Lindani Mbele: 5 distinctions
  • Zwothe Kone: 4 distinctions
  • Eliocy Mugabe: 3 distinctions
  • Khanyisa Xaba: 3 distinctions

Expressing his excitement for the exceptional results, Sizwe Nxasana, CEO of FNS, said: “Congratulations to the Matric Class of 2023 for your exceptional IEB results. These achievements reflect your hard work and the dedication of your educators. Future Nation Schools is committed to nurturing academic excellence, and we are delighted to see you excelling in your pursuit of knowledge.”

In addition to acknowledging the Class of 2023, Nxasana highlighted the significance of the school’s PBL approach: “PBL prepares learners to solve real-world challenges through inquiry, empowering them to discover, research, work collaboratively and think critically.”

Mampho Langa, Head of Schools at FNS, added: “The achievements of the Matric Class of 2023 affirm Future Nation Schools’ commitment to providing world-class education that not only meets but exceeds global standards. FNS remains dedicated to shaping future leaders who are not only academically proficient but also equipped with the critical skills necessary to thrive in an ever-evolving world.”

Future Nation Schools continues to be a beacon of quality education, demonstrating that with hard work, dedication and an innovative approach, students can achieve remarkable success.