THE Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture will next week Thursday, 4 February 2021, announce the provisional results of Grade 11 NSSCO (New) and Grade 12 NSSCO/H (legacy).
The education minister, Anna Ester Nghipongoka, will on the same day host a press conference press conference in the capital to announce the top performing learners, as well as the top performing schools.
The much anticipated results will see grade 11 learners for the first time entering tertiary institutions after a change in the education curriculum last year.
Grade 11 learners who wish to continue A levels, which was formally known as grade 12, can do so with terms and conditions relating to grades.
Follows consultations with the Namibia National Students Organisation (Nanso), the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) this week announced that it fund grade 11 learners who have been admitted to tertiary institutions.
Grade 12 results are usually released in January, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which interrupted school activities following a nationwide lockdown, marking was hindered and results will only be released in February.
Unam and NUST have so far communicated that classes for students will only commence in March.