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Bishop’s Head proud of school’s top student

Bishop’s Head proud of school’s top student


Principal of the Bishop’s College Kingstown, Samantha Minors-Rouse, has more reasons to be proud of her school. The school placed a creditable fifth overall in the country for this year’s CXC examinations.

Speaking in a brief interview with SEARCHLIGHT at the school’s office, Rouse said she could not be any happier with their performance. She further added that she never doubted the academic capabilities of her students and that they did her proud.{{more}}

The principal highlighted that there was a 72% pass rate this year, surpassing the 68% from last year. She attributed all this success to the dedication and hard work of her students and teachers.

The school’s most outstanding student is Rottica Grant who passed nine subjects including eight Grade 2s.

Filled with great aspirations, Rottica is looking forward to pursuing her studies at the Community College and she is aiming to gain a scholarship to go to Taiwan to study Accounting and Business after she completes her A’levels. She expressed great thanks to her parents Cheryl Grant and dad Michael Scott for supporting her. She also thanked her teachers for giving her the extra push and also her friends.