Tsogo Alumni Society

Tsogo High/Secondary School Alumni – NPO Registration No.053-952-NPO

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Calling Alumni Golf Players

Alumni Golf Day

Alumni Golf Day

Alumnus Vincent Kekana (Tsogo 1988) is organizing a game of golf for Alumni. Message: Greetings! A game of golf is planned for March against another school Alumni. Inviting Tsogo Alumni who play golf so that we can form a team of golfers against this other school alumni. Any Tsogo alumni who plays golf and is interersted can contact Vincent Kekana (Tsogo 1988) at  vincent@risimatigroup.com. This is a great networking opportunity and should be fun.

ReConnecting 2001

What?

A database of contact information setup for alumni to be able to connect with each other from every year. This year we are starting with a number of alumni years, the first being 2001. Alumni can also provide information about other alumni so as to build the database.

Why?

A number of alumni have indicated that having information about classmates/alumni from their year would be a service they would want to have and use. We do not publicly make available our general database but will avail databases that are specific to years. They will be populated by alumni for other alumni.

Who? – 2001 Matriculants

Grade 11A -2000

Grade 11 B -2000

Grade 11 C -2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calling on all 2001 Matriculants. You can now fill in a contact form for your specific year and re-establish contact with your classmates.

  • To fill in the form go here http://bit.ly/tsogo2001, you can also fill in information about another alumnus if you have their email address
  • To view the spreadsheet  http://bit.ly/tsogo2001sheet but please fill in the form first.

This is a new service that is being tested out for alumni. Once alumni have signed up on the service/filled in their information the spreadsheet will be closed and only viewable by alumni from that year. To make it work Alumni from 2001 have to provide their information.

Other Ways to Connect

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What it means to be an Alumnus

An alumnus is a graduate or a former of an academic institution whom has completed theirs studies.
When I was asked to author a piece on what it is like to be an alumnus, I felt honoured of being granted an opportunity of providing such a prestigious services. I then took a walk down a memory lane of my years as a Tsogo learner. I remembered how proud and blessed I used to feel by being a part of a school which was the best public school in the province, how I used to feel that my world was an oyster- full of endless opportunities; but I also remembered how trapped I would feel as I couldn’t reach the stars due to the lack of ‘know how?’ or maybe also because I did not have the right tools and words of wisdom to get to that place especially from those who have left before me.
Alumni is a composition of a society of people who provide a platform for networking and nurturing bonds between the learners, the teachers and amongst the other alumni.
Personally I think being an alumnus is also about being an investor, a shareholder as well as a family of the Tsogo high school.
Oprah Winfrey once said “I don’t think you ever stop giving. I really don’t. I think it’s an on-going process. And it’s not just about being able to write a check. It’s being able to touch somebody’s life…
I believe that when we give as alumni, we water the seeds of wisdom, opportunities and also pave a way for our younger brothers and sisters and these dreams shared don’t have to be in a form of money only but through great advice, physical involvement and time spent.
We are all longing to go home to some place we have never been — a place half-remembered and half-envisioned we can only catch glimpses of from time to time. Community. Somewhere, there are people to whom we can speak with passion without having the words catch in our throats. Somewhere a circle of hands will open to receive us, eyes will light up as we enter, voices will celebrate with us whenever we come into our own power. Community means strength that joins our strength to do the work that needs to be done. Arms to hold us when we falter. A circle of healing. A circle of friends. Someplace where we can be free. As much as one Star Hawk
Tsogo High School is our community, our home and our son and daughter. Our commitment to its people, their growth and blossom depends on our humble giving in any way of our talents’ being. There’s no substitute in what we give or how we give it. Like they say” It is never too little when you give all you have got.
By Caroline Motloba and I am a Tsogo alumnus of Class of ‘96.
Tsogo From Above

Tsogo From Above

An alumnus is a graduate or a former of an academic institution whom has completed theirs studies.

When I was asked to author a piece on what it is like to be an alumnus, I felt honoured of being granted an opportunity of providing such a prestigious services. I then took a walk down a memory lane of my years as a Tsogo learner. I remembered how proud and blessed I used to feel by being a part of a school which was the best public school in the province, how I used to feel that my world was an oyster- full of endless opportunities; but I also remembered how trapped I would feel as I couldn’t reach the stars due to the lack of ‘know how?’ or maybe also because I did not have the right tools and words of wisdom to get to that place especially from those who have left before me.

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Nominate an Alumnus to be profiled

As a new regular feature we would like to profile past alumni on the website. If you know of an alumnus who you think should be profiled please let us know. Email us at tsogoalum@gmail.com with the contact details of the person you want to nominate.

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