Three schools sweep scholarships and exhibitions
Three schools swept the Barbados Scholarships and Exhibitions awarded by Government for top performances in this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and the Associate Degree Programme at the Barbados Community College (BCC).
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation announced this evening that it had awarded 27 scholarships and 25 exhibitions, but only the Barbados Community College, Harrison College and Queen’s College would benefit.
Queen’s College topped both lists with 15 scholarships and 14 exhibitions, followed by Harrison College, which secured 11 scholarships and eight exhibitions. The remaining scholarship and three exhibitions went to BCC.
The scholarships went to Queen’s College students Zaria Blackett, Saedeo Yard, Celina Burke, Ryan Thomas, Danielle Herbert, Erica Jordan, Aren Small, Aleish Anderson, Leisl Brewster, Bianca Boyce, Dherisha Lashley, Sasha McDowell, Chad Simmons, Chanda Mwansa and Eamon Rawlins; Harrison College students Stephie Agard, Aalijah Alleyne-Smith, Tremayne Craigg, Kyle Griffith, Chole Harvey-Reid, Kaman Bridgeman, Khristan Lowe, Kameisha Maynard, Alana Clarke, Zakiyyah Nana and Edward Okey; and BCC student Cherise Griffith.
Exhibitions winners were Marqueta Haynes, Rashad Lapez, Erin Stephany, Adiel Alleyne, Denique Lovel, Daquan Barrow, Andrew Clarke, Jacob Cuke, Sabnna DaSilva, Jared Jackman, Melissa Brathwaite, Shanice Ashby, Shannon Gibson and Chenise King of Queen’s College; Sean Gloumean, Nathan Clairmant, Daniel Devonish, Jaec Emtage-Cave, Amber Evelyn, Mckayla Nurse, Camille Springer and Brian Wood of Harrison College; and Makeda Edmee-Kelly, Musa Degia and Jendayi Worrell of the BCC.