Denzel Guye of the St. Mary’s Academy had topped the May/June 2011 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exams netting 10 ones and one two, while three students from three separate high schools received 10 ones.
The three students are Jeanelle Brisbane of the Convent High School, Jasmine Vidal of Isaiah Thomas Secondary School and Isaac Alfred of Castle Bruce Secondary School.
According to the Ministry of Education this year’s results show a slight increase in grade one results. “The results show a slight increase in the number grade one passes from 14 percent last year to 16 percent this year. There is a small decrease in the number of grade two passes from 31 percent to 29 percent this year,” Chief Education Officer Stephenson Hyacinth said while presenting the results this morning.
The list below, as provided by the Ministry of Education, shows the top performing students in the exams:
10 ones and one two
Denzel Guye of St Mary’s Academy
Jeanelle Brisbane of Convent High School
Jasmine Vidal of Isaiah Thomas Secondary School
Isaac Alfred of Castle Bruce Secondary School
9 ones and one two
Simone Green of Convent High School
Siannesa George of Convent High School
April Jules of Convent High School
Anna-Marie Le Blanc of Convent High School
8 0nes and one two
Teri Douglas of Convent High School
Kurlon George of Convent high School
Deania Laudat of Isaiah Thomas Secondary School
Lenon Toussaint of Isaiah Thomas Secondary School
8 ones and one three
Larenza Brendon Wiltshire of Castle Bruce Secondary School
Arnelle Isaac of Convent high School
Esther Hyacinth of Portsmouth Secondary School
Kimara Burton of NEC
CSEC is administered by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).