Ruby Pileta delivers the Graduates’ address. Ruby was ranked number one in the region for her performance in CSEC Physics. She also received the Award for Academic Achievement, the Student of the Year Award, Subject awards for Music performance, Information Technology, Physics, Biology and Chemistry
Charlotte Dowell (l) and Ruby Pileta (c) are photographed with Hon. Wayne Panton (r) after he presented them both with the EY Achievement Award for Excellence. Charlotte received the Award for Academic Achievement. She also received subject awards for English Literature, Biology. DES Director Mr. Mark Ray is seen in the background.
Nearly 100 students graduated from Clifton Hunter High School with level 2 diplomas, crossing the stage in the school’s auditorium on 2 Dec. in a ceremony with the theme of ‘Dream It! Achieve It! Believe It!’
Clifton Hunter Principal Richard Wildman noted that 70% of the total class had attained at least a level 2 pass (meaning having passed 5 or more subjects including English and Mathematics) for the first time in the school’s history.
The Student of the Year was Ruby Pileta, who also achieved the top ranking for her Physics score on the 2020 CSEC examinations in the region.
Mr. Nicholas Obie (l) presents Oscar Hernandez with the Special Award for Top Science Student. Oscar also received the Super Cup Award, the Dr. Linda McField Community & School Service Award, and awards for his performance in Physics and Life Skills.
Mrs. Denise Hutchinson (r) shares in the moment as Ms. Lyneth Monteith (l) presents Aaron Hutchinson with his Super Cup Award. Aaron also received a subject award for Electrical & Electronic Technology.
Mr. Mark Ray presents Kalia Picard with her Super Cup Award. Kalia was ranked number one in the region for her performance in CSEC Office Administration and ranked ten for Principles of Business. She also received the award for Top Business Studies student and a subject award for Human & Social Biology.
Mrs. Denise Hutchinson (l) presents the EY Achievement Award for Excellence to Melissa Bachet. Melissa was also the recipient of the Super Cup Award and subject awards for her performance in English, Life Skills, Visual Arts and Design Technology.
On 30 Nov., 155 graduates of John Gray High School received their diplomas during a ceremony with the theme, ‘Oh the Places You Will Go!’
Of those students, 131 graduated with honours diplomas, having passed 7 or more subjects, including English and mathematics. Additionally, 26 graduates received the Super Cup award for passing at least 10 subjects.
The graduates’ address was delivered by Quincy Ebanks and Naja Beach.