Making it possible for supporters to IMPROVE LIVES and EXPAND OPPORTUNITIES
I am Legacy
Michael Hall (Gillingham 1953)
“I give because I believe in the power of education. My brother David (Gillingham 1952) and I were only able to attend Kearsney because of the bursary support the school offered us. We both went on to successful careers in academia. Now it is my time to ‘pay it forward’ by giving young boys the opportunities and values that a Kearsney education provides.”
Student Sponsorship Programme
“We are thrilled to be in partnership with Kearsney College. We are confident that the scholars we place at Kearsney College will have the opportunity to explore and develop their full potential. They will be on a journey to discover not only themselves but all the possibilities out there. We know that they will be moulded and be allowed to flourish into the best they can be and therefore will become excellent future leaders”
Monde Nkosi (Pembroke 2007) with mother Nomsa, wife Nyaki, daughter Nkanyezi and father Phillip
KCOB Top MBA student at Stanford
We were proud to learn of the fantastic achievements by Monde Nkosi, Kearsney’s headboy of 2007. He graduated in June 2017 as one of the top students in his MBA Class at Stanford University in the USA. This meant he was designated an Arjay Miller Scholar, becoming one of the first black South Africans to achieve this prestigious award. Monde also completed his Masters in Education at Stanford during this time.
Monde epitomised balance and all-round excellence at Kearsney. Monde came 9th in SA in the National English Olympiad in 2006. He earned Academic Honours Cum Laude in 2007 and matriculated with six distinctions.
He credits some of his success to the assistance he had at Kearnsey through the Bursary Programme.
Eric Ngoie (2005 Head Prefect)
“I deeply appreciate the individual donors who paved the way to my future propelled by attending Kearsney. It is a privilege to be able to now start giving back and to support Kearsney’s bursary programme financially and as a mentor.”