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Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored
7/6/2017
The top students of the Foundation Based Exit (FBE) Exams were honored with a ceremony at the New Government Building on Monday, July 3rd, 2017. The Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport (ECYS), ensured that the tradition of honoring the top elementary students continued. The students were invited to a ceremony, whereby they were either nominated for the overall nationwide top students, or top student(s) in a subject. The students were awarded HP laptops, Samsung tablets, as well as gift vouchers from Office World, BluePoint and VanDorp.

The Minister ECYS, Ms. Silveria Jacobs, encouraged the students to continue striving to be the best in their academics, but also be the best person they can be. “Strive to be the best in your academics, sports, swimming dance, and anything else that you consider your passion, or dream, but remember, to have the best characters. People will remember you for who you are, and not what you’ve done or accomplished.” The top students as well as the valedictorians of the various elementary schools were highlighted at the ceremony, as the valedictorians were not honored by the Minister during the school leaving ceremonies.

The students will also receive a lunch date with the Minister in groups of five. Each month, a group of five students will have a contact session lunch date with the Minister, where the students will be able to have discussions with the Minister as well as update her on their academic and social status.More French Sxm

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

The Top 5 Nationwide Overall students – these students performed the best nationwide were:

Akarsh Bhatia with a score of 90% – St. Joseph Primary School

Saheli Kirpalani with a score of 88% – St. Joseph Primary School

Nysette Gomes with a score of 88% – Sr. Magda Primary School

Diya Agnani with a score of 86% – St. Dominic Primary School

Jayleen Javier-Fana with a score of 86% Helmich Snijders – CHS

 Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored


Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

In the subjects, there were 14 top students ranking 1 through 5 for Dutch, 15 students for English, 24 for Mathematics and 24 for General Knowledge. Out of the rankings, we decided to honor the students who placed number 1 in the subject.

Top student in Dutch:

Nysette Gomes with a score of 94% – Sr. Magda Primary School

Top student in English:

Akarsh Bhatia with a score of 97% – St. Joseph Primary School

Top students in General Knowledge:

Zanzi Brook with a score of 83% – Asha Stevens – CHS

Chirag Ramchandani with a score of 83% – M.A.C. Browlia F. Maillard

Kristopher Ruan Moriso with a score of 83% – St. Maarten SDA Primary School

Top students in Mathematics:

Saheli Kirpalani with a score of 99% St. Joseph Primary School

Diya Agnani with a score of 99% – St. Dominic Primary School

Anjali Ramchandani with a score of 99% – St. Dominic Primary School

Juliette Duvillage with a score of 99% – M.A.C. Browlia F. Maillard

Nicholas Jeffrey with a score of 99% – St. Dominic Primary School

Valedictorian per school:

Saheli Kirpalani – St. Joseph Primary School

Nysette Gomes – Sr. Magda Primary School

Diya Agnani – St. Dominic Primary School

Jayleen Javier-Fana – Helmich Snijder – CHS

Diya Chantani – St. Maarten SDA Primary School

Juliette Duvillage – M.A.C. Browlia F. Maillard

Zanzi Brook – Asha Stevens – CHS

Jessica Su – Sr. Regina Primary School

Donna Tjaden – Sr. Regina Primary School

Christopher Naar – Sr. Marie Laurence Primary School

Selina Collymore – M.A.C. Rev. John A. Gumbs

Ezekiel Woods – Sr. Borgia Primary School

Keisha Rize – Dr. Martin Luther King Primary School

Ellis Joanne Emison Ocano – Ruby Labega Primary School

Ze Hui Su – Oranje School

Kazim Griffith – Leonald Conner School

Casmi Phebe – Marie Genevieve de Weever Primary School

Alessandro Jones – Prins Willem Alexander Primary School

The students received encouragement and well wishes from the acting Secretary General ECYS Mrs. Shermina Powell-Richardson, who was also in attendance at the ceremony.

The Ministry ECYS and the Minister would like to once again congratulate all the students on their achievements and would also like to thank the various entities for supplying the awards for the students, as well as the caterers and the interior designers for assisting in making the ceremony special.

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

Top Foundation Based Exit exam students honored

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