​​Nombulelo Malunga

Nombulelo Malunga ’15, arrived at our School in the middle of eleventh grade as a semester-long exchange student from South Africa, and we were thrilled when she decided to stay for her senior year. Her teachers are impressed with her attention to detail, intellectual curiosity, and motivation to succeed. She has also been eager to teach her fellow students about her culture. In fact, during this year’s African History block, she taught the entire senior class the intricate rhythms and movements of a South African gumboot dance. They performed in front of the entire school community to rousing applause and a standing ovation. It was an inspiring experience to witness her dance and sing her native chants—her voice, loud and clear, seemed to echo throughout the School. Nombulelo will be pursuing higher education at a South African University.

​​Nombulelo Malunga

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​​Nombulelo Malunga

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Nombulelo Malunga ’15, arrived at our School in the middle of eleventh grade as a semester-long exchange student from South Africa, and we were thrilled when she decided to stay for her senior year. Her teachers are impressed with her attention to detail, intellectual curiosity, and motivation to succeed. She has also been eager to teach her fellow students about her culture. In fact, during this year’s African History block, she taught the entire senior class the intricate rhythms and movements of a South African gumboot dance. They performed in front of the entire school community to rousing applause and a standing ovation. It was an inspiring experience to witness her dance and sing her native chants—her voice, loud and clear, seemed to echo throughout the School. Nombulelo will be pursuing higher education at a South African University.