High School Scholarships 2019, Shortlist!

Congratulations to all 52 learners who made it through to SAILI’s final round of testing.  You are all winners and we wish we could award scholarships to everyone.  If you haven’t made our final shortlist, remember to keep working hard, be curious and never give up.  SAILI is now closed for scholarship applications for high school 2019.  If you missed out on applying with SAILI you can apply to Leisure Education Trust.  


The following learners are successful in their application.  To continue with your scholarship application you must apply to a SAILI high school and be offered a place.  If you accept a scholarship with another organisation, please let us know as soon as possible.  To find out more about our scholarship deal, read here.

Final High School Shortlist, 2019

Name Surname School
Anshaar Daniels Silverlea
Aqeelah De Leeuw Liesbeeck
Azrah Meyer Jamaica Way
Caleb Brooks Kenmere
Clemence Mujinga Mountain Rd
Eldrich Seymour Palm Palk
Ethan Hill Prince George
Gerard Umegbolu St Augustine
Ghaleel Phillips Parkhurst
Hope Sheldon Zwaanswyk Academy
Jaydon Dreyer York Rd
Kelsey Van Neel Floreat
Makeya Hendricks Rondebosch East
Maya Morkel Sid G Rule
Mickyle Cupido Alicedale
Miheer Faki Turfhall
Mishaad Ross Fairview
Moegamat-Redaah Menton Arcadia
Mogamad Zaakir Cloete Sid G Rule
Mogamat Lut Ryland Searidge Park
Naadir Mahomed Sunlands
Nisha Meyer Sid G Rule
Nohah Gierdien Kenmere
Nuriya Ahmed Rylands
Tasneem Fredericks Square Hill
Tatum Jacobs Prince George
Unathi Kaleni Imperial
Usenathi Mamoza Imperial
12 replies
  1. Maurischa Rhode
    Maurischa Rhode says:

    Good day. I would like to apply for my son who will be going to high school in 2020. Who do I contact and how do I go about it. Thank you. Maurischa Rhode

  2. Nombasa Dyantyi
    Nombasa Dyantyi says:

    Am so disappointed to find this page now because my daughter is doing her grade 7 and she’s very good in Mathematics.

  3. prudence
    prudence says:

    hi my name is prudence I’m 28 yrs old,i now live in joburg,i left school in 2007 I was in grade 9,now i want to get a matric I don’t know how,and I’m looking for a job,i would be grateful if you can help me

    • Kath Morse
      Kath Morse says:

      Hi, You will need to complete your ABET4 – Adult Basic Education and Training, this is equivalent to passing Grade 9. Then you can apply at TVET College to do your NC(V) – National Certificate Vocational. To find an ABET centre, ask at your nearest library or community centre. All the best, Kath

    • Kath Morse
      Kath Morse says:

      Hi Nanka, If your family is struggling to pay your fees you can apply for a fee subsidy with the school bursar. Go by her office and ask to collect the forms. The School Governing Body will assess your family income and adjust your fees to make them more manageable. You can even do that for this year. There are no bursaries to start in Grade 9 however during Grade 9 you can apply to Capitec. You can also apply to Investec via SAILI (so contact me again in July next year). You need to be a top maths achiever for both bursaries. Also you must take Physics to matric for the INVESTEC/ SAILI bursary. Kind regards, Kath


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