The Camille Henry Memorial School is in a jubilant and celebratory mood today as news broke that twenty-two students had placed in the top 100 with five of them earning the top six honours in this year’s Common Entrance Examinations.
Topping the island was Zhante Edward with 96.44 for the girls and Aiden George with 96.22 for the boys. Both students attended the Camille Henry Memorial School and will begin their secondary school journey at St. Joseph’s Convent and St. Mary’s College, respectively.
With students around the island temporarily transitioned from normal in-person classes to digital learning, an elated Principal, Beverly Dieudonne praised her students in a short interview with The Voice. She commended not only their resilience but also their perseverance despite the many challenges that were before them during the term.
Scores of parents, teachers and students today were buoyant at their respective Primary schools as the heavily anticipated Common Entrance Examination results were announced. This year a total of 2148 students sat the exams, of which 1058 were male and 1185 were female.