Lead Institute student, Netritia Henry, is Dominica’s top performer in the CXC May/June 2012 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exams (CAPE).
Henry, a first year Business Studies major in Lead Institute’s CXC/CAPE Associate Degree programme, received grades 1 in Business Management Unit 1 and Accounting Unit 1 and grades 2 in Business Management 2 and Economics Unit 1.
An elated Henry attributed her success at this year’s exams to hard work, commitment and diligence and an outstanding programme at Lead Institute.
In recognition of her achievement, Lead Institute presented Henry with a $500 scholarship that will go towards her tuition on her second year of studies.
“It is our fervent hope that your success will motivate both prospective and continuing students to aspire to their optimum level of performance,” David Vital, Director of Lead Institute told Henry.
Local CXC Registrar Catherine Daniel noted that Henry’s performance is the best that Dominica has received in results for CAPE since it started.
Other noteworthy performances came from Sharma Lazare who secured passes in all four CAPE units taken and last year’s top performer Cathy Aubrey, excelled at all three of her CAPE Units taken.
A total of 23 private candidates wrote the CAPE Exams with 19 of the students coming from Lead Institute.
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