It's not possible to beat 10 out of 10 (edited)

By Nontobeko Mtshali
A distinction in one matric subject at the end of the year is great.
Three is even better. Ten distinctions in all 10 subjects is almost
beyond comprehension.
Kyle Hanck, an 18-year-old from St John's College, a private school in
Johannesburg, did just that.
Kyle is one of 15 matriculants who achieved a "full house" - an A in
every subject - at the school.
As required by the school, Kyle had to do sport and cultural activities.
He also did music, which required hours of practice, and has done 150
hours of community service in the six years he has been at St John's.
Kyle, who wants to do a business science degree at the University of
Cape Town in 2009, said he managed to juggle his studies and extramural
activities because of "effective time management".

* *This article was originally published on page 1 of **The Star*
<http://www.thestar.co.za/>* on December 30, 2008 *


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