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SDA congratulates successful CSEC candidates

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The SVG Mission of Seventh-day Adventists (SDA) has extended congratulations to all secondary schools and students who have been rewarded with success in this Year’s CXC examinations.

“However, in a particular way we wish to register and recognize the performances of the two Secondary schools, owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and to express our deepest appreciation to the principals, staff and students for their note-worthy, commendable results,” a release from Pastor Dermoth Baptiste, president of the SVG Mission of SDA said.

The Mountain View Adventist Academy returned passes of 84.67% and Bequia SDA Secondary passes of 74.71% to capture the 5th and 10th positions respectively in performances among the 26 Secondary Schools in the State.

“We especially wish to single out Mountain View Adventist Academy for producing the student with the best result nationally, Kyle Da Silva, having sat 16 subjects and passed all 16, achieving the stellar record of 15 – 1’s and 1 – 2. Congratulations to Kyle and to his parents for such outstanding and remarkable achievement. The sky indeed is the limit. We wish you and all other successful students a great future as you continue to chart your educational journey.

“The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates two secondary and three primary schools in order to equip students to achieve academic excellence within a spiritually charged environment. The Bible is upheld as the most important text book and God is presented as the object of Education; the source of all true knowledge and wisdom. The schools are value driven and teaching is considered a ministry, where teachers and students are challenged and encouraged to daily follow in the footsteps of Jesus Christ for a secured and fulfilled future. We believe that redemption and education have the same objective, which is to prepare our boys and girls to take their rightful places in society and to get ready for the school in here-after,” the release said.

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