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Extra Mural Activities

Learner Representative Council (LRCs)

Coastal High School LRC is managed by Ms Bezuidenhoudt with a team of both Senior and Junior learners. The LRC team after elections receives training at school as well as training and guidance from different organisations and individuals.

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Soccer & Athletics

This is the most popular sport codes in the school. Annually, the school compete in the FNB classic clashes. Theres also an annual athletics day where learners take part in various sport codes where by the best learners proceed to the regional and to the nationals.

for the past years a number of school boys succeeded in the national team under 18 and in the annual erongo Governor's cup.

School choir

Coastal High School choir was started in 2003 by Ms Luiperth with eight girls only. As time went by, boys also joined and it became on of the popular choirs in the coast.

The choir took part in various choir competitions and won the ATKV competition in 2005. The choir is still very active and remains the popular choir amongst the school choirs at the coast.

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Coastal High School Garden

Our garden was stated by Mr. Mutton in 2015, to help with the soup kitchen. Later in 2016 Mr Mutton left the school for further studies and Mrs Moody took over the operation of the garden.

During this time the garden produced spinach, potatoes, sweetcorn, onion, beetroot and sweet potatoes that supplements the soup kitchen and also generate income by selling to staff.

Today in 2018, garden is run by a committee of four, namely Kamanya, Mrs Amwoonga, Ms Ngula and Ms Embashu. We tested our first sample of Wormicompost in July and it was a success. Our staffs Tate Ben and Tate Gerson help with weeding and watering.

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Coastal High School Debate Team

Coastal High School debate club was established by Rachel Dedig in 2012 with only four students. These students never debated before or participated in a Public Speaking Competition. Our first competition was regionals in 2012 and we ended seventh out of 17 schools. 2014 fifth and 2015 and 16 regional Champions,

Today we have 15 members and our club graduates are amongst student lawyers, IT students, marine Biologist and teachers just to mention a few.

In debate we promote the development of the speaking talent because the art of public speaking and debate is crucial to Namibia’s future as we invest in critical thinkers, academic skill students and mental and mature speakers.

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Model United Namibia (MUNNAM)

Model United Nation Namibia is an academic simulation of the united nation where students act as delegates from various countries serving on UN committees. The delegates from different countries attempt to solve real world issues using the policies and perspectives of their assigned countries.

MUN is an extra mural activity undertaken by thousands of high school and university students around the world.

The students attend the conference annually and to prepare for a conference, students thoroughly research the topics assigned to their committee, as well as the geographical, cultural, political and historical aspects of the country they are representing.

During a typical MUNNAM conference the delegation simulate a debate in the general assembly.

Advantages of participating in MUN improving or developing a unique skill set, which is useful for all spheres of academic, professional and personal life such as skills in Research, Public Speaking, writing,negotiation,problem solving,listening, co-operation, Lobbying. (source: High School Conference Manual 2018).

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The School Newspaper

Coastal Gazette is a newly established school newspaper. It is part of the Namibian media holding school newspaper project with the aim to empower young journalists, photographers and designers.

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Blood Transfusion

Dealing with blood transfusion since 2012. Once a term, an approximately 30 learners donate blood each time from our school. Thres are four peer promoters from our grade 12 (2) plus grade 11 (2) who assist them. We are very greatful towards them because its a second time they assist the soup kitchen of our school in terms of money and a voucher from Food Lovers Markert

The Soup Kitchen

We could feed our children in the 7day cycle. We get donations from various sponsors and churches such as SIC- Swakopmund Interdenominational Church & Uniting Reformed Church .

Individuals such as Ms Klaase, Mr & Mrs Clarke, Mr Mervime Strauss, Ms Juanita, we appreciate your effort in assisting the school in this regard.

We normally get the vegetables from our own school garden and Ms Moody . Home Economics girls are Helping with peeling & chopping of vegatables (preparations), also with the serving and cleaning afterwards. In my Absence, Mrs Moody & Moller assist.

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