(ZIZ News) — Three young women from Nevis have taken top honours in this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).
Earlier today the Caribbean Examination Council announced that Chloe Williams and Imani Caines of the Nevis Sixth Form College both attained six grade 1 passes in this year’s exams.
Nicoyann Blackett of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College took third place with five grade 1 passes.
Since Chloé and Imani both gained six grade 1 passes, CXC computed T-scores for them and it was determined that Chloé Williams had a T-score of 606 and Imani Caines had a T-score of 593.
Chloé Williams is therefore the 2014 State Scholar and Imani Caines is the 2014 Runner-Up State Scholar.
Blackett is the 2014 Second Runner-Up State Scholar.
Meanwhile, Juan Pablo Lynch and Taisha Lennard achieved the most outstanding performance in Natural Sciences and Humanities respectively.
The Ministry Of Education has also extended congratulations to the high school students who have scored top marks in the Caribbean Secondary Examinations Certificate Exams.
The top award goes to Kimi-Lee Knight of Basseterre High who attained 13 subjects with 12 grade one passes.
Kamil Wilkin of the Charlestown Secondary School and Jael Gumbs of the Washington Archibald High School achieved the most outstanding performance in Business and Technical and Vocational Studies.
Kamil wrote and passed ten subjects with nine grade ones while Jael passed eleven subjects and earned seven grade ones.
The Ministry Of Education has congratulated the scholars, their parents and respective schools on their achievements and has encouraged them to continue striving for excellence as they pursue further studies.