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MSS congratulates successful students on Examinations results

Students entertain joyfully on Graduation and Speech Day

As the Montserrat Secondary School gets all set for a new school year, just two weeks prior it releases preliminary results for students who were successful in the CSEC and Cambridge ‘O’ Levels in May/June 2010.

Cherlyn Hogan delivering principal's report

Principal Cherlyn Hogan issued a statement, which said as follows:
“61 students wrote a total of 261 subject entries in the 2010 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in 195 of them yielding a pass rate of 74.7%.

Of the 22 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC;

(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:

Electronic Document Preparation and Management (EDPM), Geography, Food and Nutrition, Integrated Science, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in seven subject proficiencies, namely:
Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; Technical Drawing (Technical) [85.7]; Chemistry (General) [88.8%]; English A (General) [81.2%]; Office Administration (General) [92.8%]; Social Studies (General) [87.5%]

(3)  Pass rates of 75% were recorded in Visual Arts, Electricity and Spanish, while pass rates of 60% or less were obtained in five subject areas.

“Twenty two students also wrote a total of twenty four subject entries with the Cambridge Examination Board in the areas of Agriculture, English Language, and Physics.  There were passes in 7 of them yielding an overall pass rate of 31.8%.

“Although the School’s regular programme allowed students to pursue seven or eight subjects, several students were tutored by teachers in additional subject areas and they were registered to write these subjects.

“Student Performance in the examinations is set out below:

•    Four students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are:
•    Annouska Adams: Three Grade I’s; Four Grade  II’s; Two Grade III’s
•    Kadine Cabey: Five Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; One Grade C at Cambridge
•    Karishma Dhera: Seven Grade I’s; One Grade II; One Grade B at Cambridge
•    LeeAnne Wade: Three Grade I’s; Two Grade II’s; Four Grade III’s

The following student passed eight subjects: Jeshree Kirwan:   Two Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; Three Grade III’s.

Six students passed seven subjects: Antoinette Bass,  Kelsy Fenton,  Zhedrik Fergus Kurt Lee, Liska Peters and Shennise Roach.

Seven students passed six subjects: Anton Bramble, Thandika Earle, Maureen Madu, Vanessa Mark, Lester Ryan, Dillon Weekes, Ruian Zhu.

Six students passed five subjects: T’Sean Blake, Berkley Chambers, Amuelle Kirnon, Christelle Lewis Cleon Reece , Clarrisa Williams

“Special mention must be made of the following students who followed the Pre- Vocational Programme (PVP), Denzil Daley and Kelvin Felix who obtained Four Grade III passes.

Ulander Leitch who obtained One Grade II and Two Grade III passes.

“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.”

MSS congratulates successful students on Examinations results

As the Montserrat Secondary School gets all set for a new school year, just two weeks prior it releases preliminary results for students who were successful in the CSEC and Cambridge ‘O’ Levels in May/June 2010.

Principal Cherlyn Hogan issued a statement, which said as follows:

“61 students wrote a total of 261 subject entries in the 2010 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in 195 of them yielding a pass rate of 74.7%.

Of the 22 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC;

(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:

Electronic Document Preparation and Management (EDPM), Geography, Food and Nutrition, Integrated Science, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in seven subject proficiencies, namely:

Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; Technical Drawing (Technical) [85.7]; Chemistry (General) [88.8%]; English A (General) [81.2%]; Office Administration (General) [92.8%]; Social Studies (General) [87.5%]

(3)  Pass rates of 75% were recorded in Visual Arts, Electricity and Spanish, while pass rates of 60% or less were obtained in five subject areas.

“Twenty two students also wrote a total of twenty four subject entries with the Cambridge Examination Board in the areas of Agriculture, English Language, and Physics.  There were passes in 7 of them yielding an overall pass rate of 31.8%.

“Although the School’s regular programme allowed students to pursue seven or eight subjects, several students were tutored by teachers in additional subject areas and they were registered to write these subjects.

“Student Performance in the examinations is set out below:

· Four students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are:

· Annouska Adams: Three Grade I’s; Four Grade  II’s; Two Grade III’s

· Kadine Cabey: Five Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; One Grade C at Cambridge

· Karishma Dhera: Seven Grade I’s; One Grade II; One Grade B at Cambridge

· LeeAnne Wade: Three Grade I’s; Two Grade II’s; Four Grade III’s

The following student passed eight subjects: Jeshree Kirwan:   Two Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; Three Grade III’s.

Six students passed seven subjects: Antoinette Bass,  Kelsy Fenton,  Zhedrik Fergus Kurt Lee, Liska Peters and Shennise Roach,

Seven students passed six subjects: Anton Bramble, Thandika Earle, Maureen Madu, Vanessa Mark, Lester Ryan, Dillon Weekes, Ruian Zhu

Six students passed five subjects: T’Sean Blake, Berkley Chambers, Amuelle Kirnon, Christelle Lewis Cleon Reece , Clarrisa Williams

“Special mention must be made of the following students who followed the Pre- Vocational Programme (PVP), Denzil Daley and Kelvin Felix who obtained Four Grade III passes.

Ulander Leitch who obtained One Grade II and Two Grade III passes.

“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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Students entertain joyfully on Graduation and Speech Day

As the Montserrat Secondary School gets all set for a new school year, just two weeks prior it releases preliminary results for students who were successful in the CSEC and Cambridge ‘O’ Levels in May/June 2010.

Cherlyn Hogan delivering principal's report

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Principal Cherlyn Hogan issued a statement, which said as follows:
“61 students wrote a total of 261 subject entries in the 2010 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in 195 of them yielding a pass rate of 74.7%.

Of the 22 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC;

(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:

Electronic Document Preparation and Management (EDPM), Geography, Food and Nutrition, Integrated Science, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in seven subject proficiencies, namely:
Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; Technical Drawing (Technical) [85.7]; Chemistry (General) [88.8%]; English A (General) [81.2%]; Office Administration (General) [92.8%]; Social Studies (General) [87.5%]

(3)  Pass rates of 75% were recorded in Visual Arts, Electricity and Spanish, while pass rates of 60% or less were obtained in five subject areas.

“Twenty two students also wrote a total of twenty four subject entries with the Cambridge Examination Board in the areas of Agriculture, English Language, and Physics.  There were passes in 7 of them yielding an overall pass rate of 31.8%.

“Although the School’s regular programme allowed students to pursue seven or eight subjects, several students were tutored by teachers in additional subject areas and they were registered to write these subjects.

“Student Performance in the examinations is set out below:

•    Four students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are:
•    Annouska Adams: Three Grade I’s; Four Grade  II’s; Two Grade III’s
•    Kadine Cabey: Five Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; One Grade C at Cambridge
•    Karishma Dhera: Seven Grade I’s; One Grade II; One Grade B at Cambridge
•    LeeAnne Wade: Three Grade I’s; Two Grade II’s; Four Grade III’s

The following student passed eight subjects: Jeshree Kirwan:   Two Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; Three Grade III’s.

Six students passed seven subjects: Antoinette Bass,  Kelsy Fenton,  Zhedrik Fergus Kurt Lee, Liska Peters and Shennise Roach.

Seven students passed six subjects: Anton Bramble, Thandika Earle, Maureen Madu, Vanessa Mark, Lester Ryan, Dillon Weekes, Ruian Zhu.

Six students passed five subjects: T’Sean Blake, Berkley Chambers, Amuelle Kirnon, Christelle Lewis Cleon Reece , Clarrisa Williams

“Special mention must be made of the following students who followed the Pre- Vocational Programme (PVP), Denzil Daley and Kelvin Felix who obtained Four Grade III passes.

Ulander Leitch who obtained One Grade II and Two Grade III passes.

“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.”

MSS congratulates successful students on Examinations results

As the Montserrat Secondary School gets all set for a new school year, just two weeks prior it releases preliminary results for students who were successful in the CSEC and Cambridge ‘O’ Levels in May/June 2010.

Principal Cherlyn Hogan issued a statement, which said as follows:

“61 students wrote a total of 261 subject entries in the 2010 CSEC Examinations at General and Technical Proficiency Levels.  Based on the provisional results Grades I – III passes were obtained in 195 of them yielding a pass rate of 74.7%.

Of the 22 subject proficiencies taken at the CXC;

(1) 100% passes were recorded in seven of them namely:

Electronic Document Preparation and Management (EDPM), Geography, Food and Nutrition, Integrated Science, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business and Clothing and Textiles.

(2) Pass rates ranging from 80 to 95% were recorded in seven subject proficiencies, namely:

Biology (General) [87.5%], Caribbean History [General] [85.7%]; Technical Drawing (Technical) [85.7]; Chemistry (General) [88.8%]; English A (General) [81.2%]; Office Administration (General) [92.8%]; Social Studies (General) [87.5%]

(3)  Pass rates of 75% were recorded in Visual Arts, Electricity and Spanish, while pass rates of 60% or less were obtained in five subject areas.

“Twenty two students also wrote a total of twenty four subject entries with the Cambridge Examination Board in the areas of Agriculture, English Language, and Physics.  There were passes in 7 of them yielding an overall pass rate of 31.8%.

“Although the School’s regular programme allowed students to pursue seven or eight subjects, several students were tutored by teachers in additional subject areas and they were registered to write these subjects.

“Student Performance in the examinations is set out below:

· Four students achieved passes in nine subject areas.  They are:

· Annouska Adams: Three Grade I’s; Four Grade  II’s; Two Grade III’s

· Kadine Cabey: Five Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; One Grade C at Cambridge

· Karishma Dhera: Seven Grade I’s; One Grade II; One Grade B at Cambridge

· LeeAnne Wade: Three Grade I’s; Two Grade II’s; Four Grade III’s

The following student passed eight subjects: Jeshree Kirwan:   Two Grade I’s; Three Grade II’s; Three Grade III’s.

Six students passed seven subjects: Antoinette Bass,  Kelsy Fenton,  Zhedrik Fergus Kurt Lee, Liska Peters and Shennise Roach,

Seven students passed six subjects: Anton Bramble, Thandika Earle, Maureen Madu, Vanessa Mark, Lester Ryan, Dillon Weekes, Ruian Zhu

Six students passed five subjects: T’Sean Blake, Berkley Chambers, Amuelle Kirnon, Christelle Lewis Cleon Reece , Clarrisa Williams

“Special mention must be made of the following students who followed the Pre- Vocational Programme (PVP), Denzil Daley and Kelvin Felix who obtained Four Grade III passes.

Ulander Leitch who obtained One Grade II and Two Grade III passes.

“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.”