October 31, 2014
Eight Vincentians on CXC’s merit lists

Eight Vincentians have been named on the merit lists of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) for the June 2014 examinations.

The lists, published by the CXC, give the top 10 candidates by subject for both the CSEC and CAPE exams, for the entire region.{{more}}

Four Vincentians are among the high flyers for the CSEC exams and four for CAPE.

Leading the way for St Vincent and the Grenadines is Travis Marc Waterman, a student of the Summit Educational Trust, who placed sixth in the region in Principles of Accounts General and ninth overall in Economics General. In 2010, Travis placed third overall in the Common Entrance Examinations. He wrote the CSEC Economics and Principles of Accounts exams as a fourth former.

Kemran Charles, the 2014 valedictorian for the Emmanuel High School Mesopotamia, is ranked sixth in the region by the CXC, for his performance in the Agricultural Science Single Award General exam.

Top national performer in the 2014 CSEC examinations, Delight Ollivierre, of the Mountain View Adventist Academy, has ranked seventh in the region for her performance in the Home Economic Management General exam. In the CSEC, Delight had 14 subject passes, with 13 of them being grade ones and one a grade two. She placed first for girls and second overall in the 2009 Common Entrance Exam.

French teacher Rodcliff Bernard Noel, who this year wrote French General exam as a private candidate to test himself, is ranked second in the region, behind a student from Queen’s Royal College in Trinidad and Tobago.

In the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam (CAPE), two first year students of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) are among the top 10 performers in Environmental Science Unit 1. Nickelene Alexandria McLean and Laurel Donica Gibson are ranked third and ninth respectively for their performance in that exam in June 2014.

Another first year student, Kyle Bernard Clifford James, is seventh in the region for his performance in French Unit 1. Kyle, who was valedictorian at the St Vincent Grammar School in 2013, was also the top performer in the Common Entrance Examination in 2008.

Anson Andell Latchman, who last week was named as one of this country’s 11 national scholars for 2014, is seventh in the region for his performance in Accounting Unit 2.