Dominican student creates history by being 1 of 2 awarded for toping CCSLC for the first time ever
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One student from Dominica has created history by becoming one of two students to be awarded regional top awards for the Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Level Competence (CCSLC) for the first time.
The other student is from Grenada.
Keiana Brown, a past student of the North East Comprehensive School will receive her award at the Opening of Council and Regional Top Awards Ceremony slated for Thursday, 1 December at the Hilton Hotel on Barbados.
Keiana achieved Master in CCSLC English and Mathematics and Grade I in CSEC Food and Nutrition, Technical Drawing and Electronic Document Preparation and Management.
The Ministry of Education is extremely proud of Keiana’s achievement and for her demonstration that there is value in the CCSLC certificate.
Meanwhile the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has also released the names of Dominican students who are featured on the 2016 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Regional Merit List.
Inoela Vital of the Convent High School placed 2nd in Electronic Data Processing Management and 10th in Caribbean History.
Jarett Jean-Jacques of the St. Mary’s Academy placed 8th in the region in Music, Sydney John of the Portsmouth Secondary School placed 1st in Physical Education and Chelsea Lawrence of the North East Comprehensive School placed 8th in Physical Education.
Former Convent High School student Kareen S. George is now the proud holder of 12 grade ones at the June 2016 CSEC Exams, having queried a grade 2 previously assigned for Literature.
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