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Posted: Tuesday, November 12, 2019. 7:31 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today, the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports & Culture and the CXC National Committee of Belize extended congratulations to  all students who sat the 2019 CXC examinations, especially those that displayed outstanding performance in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.

The 25th annual CXC National Awards Ceremony to recognize the outstanding students is scheduled to be held on Friday, November 29 at 9:00 a.m. at The Omar Longsworth Auditorium in Independence Village, Stann Creek.

At the ceremony, the CXC National Committee will present several categories of awards to outstanding students in the 2019 CSEC Examinations.

Four-hundred-and-two students will receive CSEC Certificates of Excellence, two will receive Subject Group Awards and 34 will receive Individual Subject Awards.

The most outstanding candidate (first place) for the May-June 2019 CSEC Exam is Alexis Jerrie Guy of Edward P. Yorke High School.

Guy obtained seventeen 17 Grade 1 scores at the General Proficiency Level in the following subjects: Agricultural Science Single Award, Biology, Chemistry, English A, English B (Literature), Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Office Administration, Physics, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, Religious Education, Spanish, Electronic Document Preparation and Management, Physical Education and Sport and Human and Social Biology, and one Grade II at the General Proficiency Level in Social Studies. Ms. Guy also achieved first place for English B, and Principles of Business.

Dayana Estephany Marroquin of Edward P. Yorke High School is the Outstanding Candidate (second place) in Belize for the May-June 2019 CSEC examinations.

 Marroquin attained 14 Grade 1 marks at the General Proficiency Level in the following subjects: Agricultural Science  Single Award, Biology, Chemistry, English A, Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Office Administration, Physics, Principles of Business, Social Studies, Spanish, Electronic Document Preparation and Management and Human and Social Biology. She received two Grade II scores in English B (Literature) and Religious Education.

Dayana Estephany Marroquin of Edward P. Yorke High School will receive the Subject Group Award in the Sciences.

Angie Milagro Matute of Edward P. Yorke High School will receive the Subject Group Award in Technical/Vocational.

Additionally,  Matute is recognized as the Regional Subject Group Awardee in Technical/Vocational.

 The Caribbean Examinations Council has invited Matute to a ceremony to be held in Grenada where she will be presented with an award for Most Outstanding Performance in Technical Vocational in the region.

The Ministry of Education says that the outstanding performance of the students is attributed to their dedication to their studies.

“ It is also important to recognize the support of parents, guardians, principals and teachers who ensured that students were adequately prepared to sit the examinations. It is also fitting to recognize other stakeholders in the education process, foremost among these is the Government of Belize which through the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports & Culture provided financial assistance for students to sit up to six CSEC examinations,” the Ministry noted.

Through that initiative, 3,695 candidates registered to sit a total of 26,839 subject entries in the 2018 – 2019 academic year.

 In addition, based on their successful performance, scholarship grants to attend tertiary institutions were provided by the Ministry of Education to 1,188 Belizean students.

The CSEC examinations afford the students a certification that has regional and international currency.

 

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