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Ferraria House

Black – some serious strength!

Ferraria House

Ferraria – the house that care and inspires

Ferrarians, in all we say, think and do.

Our colour may be black, but we aim to shine! We are a house of strength. The kind of strength of Kung Fu Panda that helps lift the weight off each other’s shoulders. The kind of strength that allows us to work together in order for our house and each individual to grow. We are a family. A family that sings out loud when we’re getting things done, the family that strives to bring positivity and happiness to the lives of its members. We are Ferraria House, we are special, each of us is different, but together, we are strong.

“When I think of our house I think of the most fun loving place to be. I think of people who will be there for you no matter what struggle you’re facing. They will guide you and pick you up when you’re down but they will also push you to be the best version of yourself constantly. High School isn’t always the friendliest place but this house always is.”

– Erin Thornhill

“My house Ferraria is awesome. Our house is divided into four tutor groups: mine feels like my home away from home. We are more than just a group of peers, more like a sisterhood. Ferraria as a whole is a pretty close-knit house. I think that everyone plays a part in creating a safe space with a family and a home-like atmosphere. Our strength lies in our ability to work together. We can go far if we work as a unit that is full of complexity.”

– Khanyi Kamisa

Head of Ferraria House & Matric Leaders

Le-ah Lawrence

ME – Matric Leader

“It’s not about perfect. Its about effort. And when you bring that effort every single day, that’s where transformation happens. That’s how change occurs.” – Jillian Michaels

Jordyn Florus

SP – Matric Leader

“When you get tired, learn to rest, not quit” – Banksy

Emma De Swardt

MO – Matric Leader

“Leadership is not wielding authority – it is empowering people.” – Becky Brodin

Mishall Petersen

GJ – Matric Leader

“Normality is a paved road: it’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow” – Vincent van Gogh

Ferraria House Class Tutors

Johannes-Swanson Gabrielle

English Educator

Meyer Chloe

English Educator

Smith Alison

House Coordinator – Ferraria
FET Subject Head – Life Sciences

Monguni Lerato

History Educator

Pienaar Stephanie

Mathematics Educator