Guyana has again topped the Caribbean at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) and the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations which are both administered by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC).
On Friday, December 9, CXC announced that Atishta Seenarine of the Saraswati Vidya Niketan School is the region’s top student at the 2022 CAPE, having attained nine Grade Ones. Seenarine is also the region’s best-performing student in Natural Sciences.
With 25 Grade Ones, Outam Heeralall of the Anna Regina Secondary School is the Caribbean’s most outstanding student at the 2022 CSEC examinations. At the CSEC level, Saskia Twahir of Queen’s College is the most outstanding student in Humanities and Business.
Sheridan Dyal of Queen’s College is the most outstanding student in the Sciences while Heeralall is this year’s most outstanding student in Technical Vocational Education and Joshua Adrian of the Diamond Secondary School is the most outstanding student in Agricultural Science (DA).
Guyana also received several other awards. The Ministry of Education has since extended congratulations to all students for their exceptional performance, and especially thanked their teachers and parents for giving them the necessary support to achieve this feat.