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Wednesday, 18 January 2017 19:06

Top Performing SEA, CSEC & CAPE Students Receive President's Medals

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The top performing students in the SEA, CSEC and CAPE have received President's medals.

 

The President's Medal Gold for CAPE went to Priya Maraj, a former student of Laksmi Girls Hindu College and Racquel Le Blance, a former student of St. Joseph's Convent Port of Spain.

Nejev Polo, of St. Francois Girls, took home the President's Medal Gold for CSEC while the Silver Medal was awarded to Sharnavi Sagramsingh of Naparima Girls High School.

The Top achiever in Primary School was Caitlin Brooker, a student of TML who was presented with the Gold Medal.

And the only boy was Michael Beepath, who won the Silver medal, for outstanding performance at the SEA.

In an event hosted by the Office of the President, at the NAPA Restaurant the President remarked that they have done our Republic proud.

But he said they could not have done it without a loving and supportive parent.

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