Johannesburg - When Kamogelo Molapisi secured a scholarship to St Stithians Girls’ College, it meant she had to repeat Grade10.
She didn’t hesitate.
She knew that by completing matric at one of Gauteng’s leading private schools, she would be able to uplift her impoverished family.
“I didn’t even have to think twice,” Molapisi said.
“I was almost done with Grade 10 at my previous school, but I knew that an opportunity like that only comes once in a lifetime, so I was more than happy to repeat the grade.”
Three years after making the bold decision to move from her family in Soweto and join St Stithians, Molapisi’s hard work, dedication and commitment have finally paid off.