Seante Marshall of the Kingstown Preparatory School has emerged the top student in the 2019 CPEA examinations, obtaining an average of 96.80%,
Kate-Lynn Bobb of the Stubbs Government School placed 2nd with an average of 95.60%, while Jada Durrant, of the Kingstown Government School, Lazora Lynch of the Kingstown Preparatory School and Aroma David of the Richland Park Government School tied for 3rd place – with an average of 95.20%
The first 10 places were taken by the Bequia Anglican Primary, the Stubbs, Kingstown, Richland Park and Barrouallie Government Schools, with five from the Kingstown Preparatory School.
The Bequia Anglican, the Cane End Government, the Kingstown Preparatory and the Sugar Mill Academy received the highest score of 96% each for Math; the Kingstown Government received the highest score of 98.67% for Science; the Stubbs and Richland Park Government Schools, along with the Kingstown Preparatory and the Richland Park SDA received the highest score of 98.67% for Language; while the Kingstown Preparatory School, the Fancy, Calder and Georgetown Government Schools received the highest score of 100% for Social Studies.
The Ministry said of the 67 schools 51 recorded a pass rate in excess of 80%.
The preliminary results indicate that the proportion of students who met the prescribed standard was 1552 (87.19%) a slight decrease over last year’s 87.43%. This number includes 749 (80.97%) males and 803 (93.2%) females.
Grade 6 students registered for the 2019 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) concluded their final examination on Friday May 17th, 2019.