Georgetown, Guyana – (September 9, 2015) President Granger today met with some of the country’s top performers at the 2015, Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC). During the brief interactive session with the students, President Granger stressed on the importance of educating a nation and he spoke of some of his administration’s plans for the country’s education sector.
At CAPE this year, several candidates recorded outstanding performances. Among the top performers are Cecil Cox, Larissa Whiltshire and Sasha Woodroffe all of Queen’s College and Shonta Noel of St Rose’s High, who all secured Grade One passes in six units. With regard to CSEC, forty seven candidates secured eleven Grade Ones or more.