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The Falls at Westmall Ellerslie Plaza, Maraval
Three months shy of writing "O"
Level exams 16-year-old Arion Rat-
tan had an earth-shattering expe-
rience---his father died.
He stayed away from school for
two weeks but he used his father as
his inspiration and studied hard.
Today, he has a lot of which to be
proud. He attained nine Grade Ones
in the Caribbean Secondary Exam-
ination Certificate (CSEC) exams.
He was one of several students of
Naparima Boys College who excelled
in their exams.
"This is for my father," said the
Princes Town teenager who plans
to pursue an accounting career.
His next step is to return to school
to write the Caribbean Advanced
Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).
"It was not easy," he admitted,
adding: "I had to sacrifice plenty
short-term pleasures, like TV,
movies, sometimes sports, games
and social media.
"When my dad died in April it
was a difficult time but in the end
it was motivation for me to build
myself and study. What I achieved
is really for him."
Principal Dev Gosine said the
CSEC and CAPE results were out-
standing when compared to last
year. He said in most of the CAPE
subjects the school had 100 per cent
"I must say that the results were
skewed towards excellence, meaning
that in any given subject there were
more ones than any other grade, for
example physics, we got 14 1s, ten
2s and eight 3s," he added.
He said CSEC results were sim-
ilar. He attributed the school s suc-
cess to holistic education. "It s not
just all books," he said.
Gosine said the students were
taught how to manage their time
At San Fernando Central Second-
ary, vice-principal Michele Ram said
they were still tabulating results.
"However," she said, "the students
did quite well. We did quite well in
maths and English at CSEC and at
Advanced Level in all subject areas.
We got quite a few ones. We are
pleased with the students perform-
Vice-principal of Naparima Girls ,
Karen Bally, was pleased because the
school did "a little better" this year
with a 100 per cent pass rate in 18
of the 22 CSEC subjects.
She said five students got ten
Grade Ones, 18 students got nine
Grades Ones and 19 students got
eight Grade Ones.
The school also got 100 per cent
passes in all CAPE subjects, except
One Unit of one of the subjects,
although she did not want to disclose
"When you correlate the Unit One
and Unit Two grades, we would have
about 26 students who have all Grade
Ones out of the 96 students.
"The results were fantastic and
it s based on the hard work of stu-
dents and a very dedicated staff,"
San Fernando East principal Patri-
cia Pitt said the CSEC results
improved from last year.
"But it is still not as good as we
would like," she added.
She said one of the students who
excelled took part in the Global
Young Leaders Conference.
An official at St Stephen s College,
Princes Town, said the school did
well "as usual" but they were still
tabulating the results.
A 30-year-old man accused of mur-
dering his 45-year-old landlady
appeared in the Port-of-Spain Mag-
istrates Court yesterday.
Jayvon Caesar, of Aranguez, was not
called upon to enter a plea when he
appeared before Chief Magistrate Mar-
cia Ayers-Caesar (no relation).
He was charged with the murder of
Vidya Persad, of Moullan Trace,
She was bludgeoned to death with
a hammer at her apartment on August
6. The murder weapon was found near
Caesar surrendered to North Eastern
Division Police on Tuesday morning
and was charged with the murder on
After reading the charges to Caesar,
Ayers-Caesar remanded him into cus-
He was unrepresented during yes-
terday s court appearance.
He will reappear in court on Sep-
Man in court charged
with killing landlady
Dad's death pushes student to distinctions
Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell shares
the spotlight with costumed revellers during
Tuesday's Parade of Bands during the island's
Spice Mas in St George's. PHOTO: SEAN NERO
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