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Welcome to the Association of Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa




Acceptance by SA Universities

All universities across South Africa now recognize Cambridge qualifications!

ACESA represents a united voice, on behalf of member schools, to Cambridge International Examinations.

We aim to assist Principals, Schools and Educators to offer Cambridge Qualifications in a Southern African context.

Recent Posts

24March

Update from Cambridge International regarding May/June 2020 Exams

Update from Cambridge International on May/June 2020 exams  The situation with the Covid-19 outbreak is changing rapidly. In recent days, many more countries have decided to extend school closures into May and June, making it impossible for many of our schools to hold examinations. We have been consulting closely with our global community of schools, who need as much certainty as possible at an uncertain time. Our priority is to protect the safety and wellbeing of our students and teachers, ensure fairness for all our students and support them in continuing with their education.  Today, therefore, we have taken the difficult decision not to run our international examinations in the May/June 2020 series in any country. This includes Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge International AS & A Level, Cambridge AICE Diploma and Cambridge Pre-U. We recognize that students have been working very hard towards these exams. We will be working with schools to assess students’ achievements using the best available evidence. Students will receive a grade and a certificate from Cambridge International, given the knowledge and skills they have acquired in their ...

23February

ACESA Sports and Culture League” for ACESA member schools.

Association of Cambridge Educators in Southern Africa ACESA is pleased to announce the establishment of the:          “ACESA Sports and Culture League” for ACESA member schools. Sporting disciplines envisaged include: Swimming Athletics Cricket Cross country Netball Basketball Action Frisbee Cultural activities envisaged include: Chess Choir Debating Public Speaking Spelling Bee If the league works with the above codes, we will look to expand the offering going forward as there are still many other sports and cultural activities that could be added. The league will operate in age groups and focus as far as possible on six-a-side sports so that schools can enter various age groups. Come along to the AGM and find out more about this exciting offering!

23February

OCLA results South Africa June & Nov 2019_Announcement

Category Level Syllabus 2019 Student name Centre name World rank Top in South Africa  A Level Physics June Koffi Emmanuel Sadzi African Leadership Academy   High Achievement  A Level French June Yasmine Dahech African Leadership Academy Eighth Place Top in South Africa  IGCSE Isizulu as a Second Language Nov Nomvuselelo Deborah Mathebula African School for Excellence Second Place High Achievement  AS Level Global Perspectives & Research Nov Cameron Spence Albert College   High Achievement  A Level Marine Science June Danica Celeste De Freitas Alma Mater International School Third Place Top in South Africa  IGCSE Afrikaans as a Second Language Nov Paulis Danielle Alma Mater International School Second Place High Achievement  AS Level French Language Nov Jean-François Sambwa Andrews Academy Fifth Place High Achievement  AS Level Arabic Language Nov Laith Ghnaim Andrews Academy   Top in South Africa  A Level Chemistry Nov Kian David Du Toit Ashton International College   Top in the World  AS Level Afrikaans Language Nov Peet Conrad Pretorius Ashton International College First Place Top in South Africa  AS Level History Nov Ruth Oluwatobi Tony-Alabi Ashton International College Third Place High Achievement  IGCSE Foreign Language Spanish Nov Dianabel Lopez Ashton International College Ballito (Pty) Ltd   Top in South Africa  IGCSE Accounting Nov Prishanthi Govender Ashton International College Ballito (Pty) Ltd   Top in South Africa  IGCSE Chemistry Nov Viljoen Johannes Hendrikus Bidc Bloemfontein   Top in South Africa  AS Level English Language June Matthew Stephen Nel Bidc Port Elizabeth Joint Second Place Top in South Africa  AS Level History June Matthew Stephen Nel Bidc Port Elizabeth   Top in South Africa  IGCSE Chemistry June Schuin Nimri Bidc Vaalpark   High Achievement  A Level French Nov Audrey Lepo Blouberg International School First Place Top in South Africa  AS Level Business Nov Sreeja Chinthala Blouberg International School   Top in South Africa  A Level Business Nov Christina Rodrigues Kyriacos British Council, Johannesburg Third Place High Achievement  AS Level Psychology Nov Jared Connor Brings British Council, Johannesburg   High Achievement  IGCSE Foreign Language German June Miranda Vorster British ...

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04Mar
04Mar

Principal's Forum Johannesburg

04 Mar, 2020 — 04 Mar, 2020 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
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    04 Mar, 2020 — 04 Mar, 2020
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01Mar
01Mar

ACESA AGM Meeting

01 Mar, 2019 AM 11:00 — 01 Mar, 2019 PM 12:00 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
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    01 Mar, 2019 AM 11:00 — 01 Mar, 2019 PM 12:00
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