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Montserrat Secondary School May/June CXC and CSEC Examination Results 2011

Principal Mrs. Cherlyn Hogan of theMontserratSecondary School at the end of September released information regarding the school’s examination results for 2011 in theCaribbeanExaminations Council (CXC) and Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Examination. These exams were held between the months of May/June

Fifty four (54) students wrote a total of two hundred and eighty (280) subject entries in the 2011 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in two hundred and twenty five (225) of them yielding a pass rate of 80.3%,

Following are the details: Of the 20 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC,

(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:  Geography, Principles of Accounts, Food and Nutrition, Electronic Document Preparation and Management, Principles of Business, Technical Drawing and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in six subject proficiencies, namely: Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; English A (General) [91%]; Integrated Science (General) [93.8%]; Office Administration [92%] and Spanish (General) [83%]

(3)  A pass rates of 77% was recorded in Electricity and Social Studies. Information Technology recorded a 68% pass rate, while Mathematics recorded a 51.5% pass rate.

Further analysis of the student performance is set out below:

Two students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are: Tori Greenaway- 5 Grade 1s, 2 Grade 2s and 2 Grade 3’s; and Teana Charles –  2 Grade 1s,  3 Grade 2s and 4 Grade 3s.

The following students passed eight subjects: Nish Browne – 3 Grade 1s, 4 Grade 2s and 1 Grade 3; Oswen Carty – 1 Grade 1, 3 Grade 2 and 4 Grade 3s; T’Vonne Howe – 3 Grade 1s, 4 Grade 2s and 1 Grade 3; Mario Lyn – 4 Grade 2s and 4 Grade 3; Pooja Valeccha – 5 Grade 1s and 3 Grade 2s.

Seven students passed seven subjects: Vonroy Allen, Kysten Gerald, Jhovan Daniel, Telisha Robertson, Aliya Dyett, Dion Tuitt, and Johnella Jeffers.

Additional information provided shows: Five students passed six subjects and six students passed five subjects.

Additionally a key indicator for education is the percentage of students obtaining 5 CSEC passes including English and Math.  The school achieved its target in this area by securing  25% 5+CSEC passes for the year 5 cohort.

At the end of her release the principal offered words of congratulations and encouragement to teachers and students. “The school extends congratulations to the students who were successful, the teachers for their hard work and dedication and the parents for their support.  For those who were not as successful as they would have liked, the school encourages them to pursue further studies.”

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Principal Mrs. Cherlyn Hogan of theMontserratSecondary School at the end of September released information regarding the school’s examination results for 2011 in theCaribbeanExaminations Council (CXC) and Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Examination. These exams were held between the months of May/June

Fifty four (54) students wrote a total of two hundred and eighty (280) subject entries in the 2011 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in two hundred and twenty five (225) of them yielding a pass rate of 80.3%,

Following are the details: Of the 20 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC,

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(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:  Geography, Principles of Accounts, Food and Nutrition, Electronic Document Preparation and Management, Principles of Business, Technical Drawing and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in six subject proficiencies, namely: Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; English A (General) [91%]; Integrated Science (General) [93.8%]; Office Administration [92%] and Spanish (General) [83%]

(3)  A pass rates of 77% was recorded in Electricity and Social Studies. Information Technology recorded a 68% pass rate, while Mathematics recorded a 51.5% pass rate.

Further analysis of the student performance is set out below:

Two students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are: Tori Greenaway- 5 Grade 1s, 2 Grade 2s and 2 Grade 3’s; and Teana Charles –  2 Grade 1s,  3 Grade 2s and 4 Grade 3s.

The following students passed eight subjects: Nish Browne – 3 Grade 1s, 4 Grade 2s and 1 Grade 3; Oswen Carty – 1 Grade 1, 3 Grade 2 and 4 Grade 3s; T’Vonne Howe – 3 Grade 1s, 4 Grade 2s and 1 Grade 3; Mario Lyn – 4 Grade 2s and 4 Grade 3; Pooja Valeccha – 5 Grade 1s and 3 Grade 2s.

Seven students passed seven subjects: Vonroy Allen, Kysten Gerald, Jhovan Daniel, Telisha Robertson, Aliya Dyett, Dion Tuitt, and Johnella Jeffers.

Additional information provided shows: Five students passed six subjects and six students passed five subjects.

Additionally a key indicator for education is the percentage of students obtaining 5 CSEC passes including English and Math.  The school achieved its target in this area by securing  25% 5+CSEC passes for the year 5 cohort.

At the end of her release the principal offered words of congratulations and encouragement to teachers and students. “The school extends congratulations to the students who were successful, the teachers for their hard work and dedication and the parents for their support.  For those who were not as successful as they would have liked, the school encourages them to pursue further studies.”