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South schools excel at CSEC
Saturday, August 18 2012
Principals, staff and students at three secondary schools in South Trinidad were yesterday expressing joy at the recently released Caribbean Secondary Examinations Council (CSEC) results.
At St Benedict’s College in La Romaine, principal Earl Alcide was reporting 71 percent full passes among his students in the examinations. Successful students were also busy registering to sign up for CAPE. The principal also had double reason to celebrate as one of his students Daniel Guerrero obtained ten ones in the recent CAPE examinations. To explain how a student can obtain ten ones at CAPE, he explained that students are graded at Year One and Year Two in Sixth Form, and both grades are compiled at the end of the two years.
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