Chefette rewards 11-Plus students
Chefette Restaurants has awarded the exceptional performance of top students in this year’s Common Entrance Examination.
The two most outstanding male and female students –– Yohance Lewis, Leonard O’Garro, Jaimie-Lynn Gibson and Kacie Corbin –– were each presented with a laptop, printer, Chefette vouchers and promotional items.
“Kids are the future of our country and we have always placed a heavy emphasis on rewarding them,” said Chefette’s managing director Ryan Haloute.
“Chefette is proud to reward these top students in the Common Entrance Examination as they and their parents have done exceptionally well, and we wish them success going forward as they start secondary school after summer.”
This year, there was a three way tie for top honours in the 11-Plus Exam. Gibson of Charles F Broome, Corbin of St Winifred’s and St Cyprian’s Lewis each scored 248.77 with an A. St Gabriel student O’Garro scored 246.04 with an A, earning him the spot of second-placed male student.
Chefette Restaurants also had an in-house competition in which the two outstanding students of employees also receive laptops and printers. Alyssa Hinkson, the daughter of branch manager of Chefette Warrens, Angela Holder, gained entrance to Harrison College and Pierre Harding, the son of acting assistant manager at Chefette Charles Rowe Bridge, Sharon Harding, gained entrance to Queen’s College. Hinkson and Harding also received Chefette vouchers and promotional items.