St. Stanislaus College students attained 96.23% overall passes in this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations and 96.03% at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).
According to a press release issued by the school, the students’ results at the 2018 CSEC and CAPE continue to maintain the traditional high standards of the 152-year-old institution.
The release said Sherlock Langevine was the top CSEC performer with 14 Grade 1 (14 G1s) passes, closely followed by Amarnauth Narain (12 G1s, 3 G2s), Tassia Bacchus (11 G1s, 1 G2), Nathan Hackett (10 G1s), Nectar Prince (10 G1s, 2 G2s), Eleesha Sanasie (10 G1s, 1 G3), Ryan Khan (9 G1s, 4 G2s, 1 G3), Nia Williams (9 G1s, 4 G2s), Lennox Hopkinson (9 G1s, 1 G2), Skekeria Taitt (9 G1s, 1G2) and Julia Williams (9 G1s, 1G2).