Once again the Educational brilliance of students sitting the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exams from the Bishop’s College Secondary School continues to perform with meritorious excellence as the institution secured three students in the Nation’s Top Six Positions.
Shadell Avril Peters secured the Nation’s fourth position and first for Carriacou with 11 passes eight distinctions, two ones and one two;
Fifth position nationally and second for the sister isle was, Shian Theresa Ollivierre who obtained all 11 passes, with seven distinctions, three grade ones and one grade two while Texanna Eunicia obtained the nation’s sixth place and sister isles third for her 10 passes which included seven distinctions, and three Grade ones.
All three students secured a 100 percent pass rate.
Ms Peters obtained distinctions in the areas of ; Chemistry, Physics, English Language (A), Information Technology, Mathematics, Office Administration, Physical Education and Electrical and Electronic Technology. Her grade ones were in Biology and Spanish and grade two in Social studies.
“I was shocked as I expected to do well but didn’t expect to do that well” said a smiling Miss Peters who will be celebrating her 17th birthday next week Thursday August 29th.
She pointed to dedication, diligence, commitment, belief in God, support from the staff, Parents , relatives , church and friends as the main factors for her achievement.
Peters is expected to pursue courses in Natural sciences at TAMCC in Grenada, when she resumes the next leg of her educational journey in the new school term.
With her ambition to become a medical Doctor, Ms Peters, said that everyone can expect the consistent level of focus she is well known for.
Ms Ollivierre, obtained Distinctions in English (A), English (B), Office Administration, Principle of Business, Social Studies, Principles of Account and Information Technology.
Grade ones were secured in ; Mathematics, Biology and Food and Nutrition and Grade two in Chemistry.
“I was looking at my favourite sport, wrestling on Monday night and as the clock struck mid-night, my family and I went online to check my results.’ She added, “ I was calm and composed but was elated that I did so well in Mathematics because it was difficult”.
The Virgo born 16 year old, is grateful to God , her family , staff at the school and relatives for her success.
Speaking of her elation from her home on the sister isle of Petite Martinique Olivierre spoke of the sacrifices she had to endure to perform at her optimum in the exams.
“I had to reduce my hours of watching TV and scale back on the time spent on Facebook”. She disclosed.
She has since enrolled at the St George’s TAMCC campus where she would be focusing her studies in Natural Sciences as she strengthened her foundation en route towards achieving her goal of becoming a expert in forensic science.
Ms Gabriel disclosed that she was shocked when she got the results online.
According to the 16 year old Libran born, her success can be attributed to her, hard work, diligence, God, staff at the school, parents and friends.
With a passion for the science subjects, she disclosed that Chemistry presented her with a challenge during the exams.
Gabriel expects to enroll at TAMCC Grenada to advance her studies in the area of Natural sciences.
Following her studies there she spoke of plans to attend the St George’s University (SGU) in pursuit of becoming a Doctor.
The parents of the three students said that they are all proud of their achievements.