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Fifty-six students graduate from The Dominica Grammar School

first_img 321 Views   one comment Tweet Candace Benjamin, valedictorian accepting Diploma“There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs” was the theme of the Dominica Grammar School’s graduation ceremony to usher fifty-six students from high school into college.  The ceremony took place at the Arawak House of Culture yesterday and was attended by the The Minister of Education and Human Resource Honourable Peter St. Jean, Dr. Rachel Andrew; the featured speaker, the principal, staff and students of the Dominica Grammar School.Education Minister Peter St Jean says government will continue to create the environment for Dominican students to succeed.“As a ministry our goal is to ensure that students receive adequate preparation and training through high quality education. We have already set the foundation for fulfilling your dreams through Universal Secondary Education. We will spare no effort to ensure that our schools are wells supported,” he said.Meantime Medical doctor Rachel Andrew has called improvements in the services sector in Dominica.Try to improve customer relations and service in every department that you work because I am disappointed with services received in these areas,” she said.She also urged them to dispel the notion that funding is unavailable but rather to go out and seek ways and means to make these goals achievable.The top three students for the academic year are;1. Candace Benjamin, valedictorian2. Garvin Joseph, salutatorian3. Zechariah Maxime, student of the yearThe other awardees were:HonoursMichael GeorgeZechariah MaximeDistinctionsCandace BenjaminGarvin JosephMeritsStacelen Ambrose                               Imina BaronShanthie BostonShearaine CarbonKadeal CharlesCamron CorbetteCyprian DefoeDionne DelsolYannick EdwardsJoyann EtienneDarren FaganNadilia GilbertKelly HectorKelly HectorJerron HendersonShanice HeneryEleesha HilaireYolanda JeromeLeroy JollyKimon JulianaStacey MatthewDenzel MorancieLadisha MurrainCadishia NewtonKurran NewtonShane PierreTarissa PierreJoy PrinceSteven ReidMervillia RobinsonJaved SammuelTamisha SammuelTravis SerrantSylvia TelemacqueChristelle TitrePassesLyncia AlexanderAminda AthanazeMelander CaesarSabriyia ChristopherJoshua ColaireKerlynn CyprienChelsea DiguelmanGlenicia JamesKendra Jno HopeJaved LaurentKhennell MaronieTiffani PaulLisa SandyVickindra SimonDilan St. AimieRaheem TimonthyDelvin ToussaintTerry Victor[album id= 35 template =extend]Dominica Vibes News Share Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Share EducationLocalNewsSecondary Fifty-six students graduate from The Dominica Grammar School by: – June 23, 2011last_img read more

Get a calculator: Mourinho in dig at Wenger over Arsenal’s ‘big-spending’

first_img1 Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has turned up the heat on Arsene Wenger ahead of the new season by insisting Arsenal have splashed out enough money to be winning titles.Wenger has continually bemoaned the spending power of the Gunners’ Premier League rivals having failed to lead the club to title success since 2004.But Mourinho claims his managerial counterpart can have no excuses if he doesn’t lead Arsenal to glory this season.Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Calum Chambers, Mathieu Debuchy and Petr Cech have moved to the north London club in recent seasons, and Mourinho said: “If you add up the amounts clubs have spent in the last three or four years I think maybe you will find a surprise.“Get a calculator. That is the easiest thing, it leaves no space for speculation. If you want to be honest, objective and pragmatic it is the easiest job for a manager to do.“If you put Özil plus Alexis Sánchez, plus Chambers, plus Debuchy, you will find a surprise.“It’s a fantastic squad with good players, fantastic goalkeeper, they are more than ready to be a title contenders.”last_img read more