Career & Education

PHOTOS: GSAT awards

Sunday, August 06, 2017

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PetroJam Limited hosted its 12th annual GSAT awards ceremony at Terra Nova hotel on Friday July 28, gifting the top performing boy and girl in the examinations from Greenwich All-Age and St Andrew Primary schools with five-year scholarships valued at $60,000 per year, per student, to cover tuition, books and other fees. The students are required to maintain good grades to keep their scholarships. This year's awardees are (from left) Ricardo Monroe and Jodi-Ann Treleven from Greenwich All-Age and Kawiona Young and Mekhi Richards from St Andrew Primary.

Photo 2: Curves, LASCO's line of sanitary napkins, awarded GSAT scholarships valued at a total of $350,000, to seven girls on Friday, July 28. The awardees were among the top performing girls from each of the Ministry of Education's six regions, as well as the top performing child of a LASCO employee. Here Renee Rose, brand manager for LASCO Curves, assists (from left) Jaya Moore from Somerton All-Age, Jaiann Wilkinson of One Way Prep, Brianna Wallace from Mannings Hill Primary, Kequinna Thompson of St Ann's Bay Primary, Jasmine Sutherland of Sandy Bank Primary, Brianna Capleton from Greater Portmore Primary, and Akieva Powell of Buff Bay Primary to cut their congratulatory cake.

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