While students from Queen’s College in Guyana are poised to walk away with quite a few of the awards given to high achievers in this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations, Jamaican, Lori-Ann Vaz , Tesha Chai andCalvin Morgan are also in line to be awarded for their outstanding work.
The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) reported in a release that the annual ceremony that recognizes and celebrates brilliance amongst Caribbean youth is scheduled for December 4th at the Hilton Hotel in Barbados.
Attaining 11 distinctions in subjects that include: five humanities subjects - Caribbean history, English, Geography, Social Studies and Spanish, Vaz will be bestowed with the honor of being the Caribbean’s top achiever in Humanities.
Excellence in Visual Arts is what landed both Chai and Morgan their CSEC nods for 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional work respectively. Chai hails from Campion College and Morgan is an alum of Manchester High School.
Students from Guyana’s Queen’s College will sweep away the majority of awards; and the school will once again be lauded for having groomed the most outstanding students overall in the Caribbean. This is the third consecutive year that Queen’s College has seen such results in the CSEC examinations.
Yardflex extends a hearty congratulations to all and encourages all students to continue reaching for the stars.