CPEA 2015 Results

Paige Cadougan of the Windsor Primary School and Rishona James of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School both tied for the top position in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment with an average of 96.80 percent.

The third place was Donya Lucas of the Calliaqua Anglican School with an average of 96.20 percent, and in fourth place was Jonoliah John of Lowmans Leeward Anglican School with an average of 94.80 percent..

The Ministry of Education says the first ten places were taken by Windsor Primary; St. Mary’s RC; Calliaqua Anglican; Georgetown Government; Kingstown Preparatory; Lowmans Leeward Anglican and Spring Village Methodist.

The Ministry says the highest scores are Science 98%– Donya Lucas of the Calliaqua Anglican School.
English 96% – Paige Cadougan of Windsor Primary, Rishona James and O-Dya Glasgow of the St Mary’s R.C. and Maths 100% – Bhokeem Henville of Kingstown Preparatory and Reesha Thomas of Brighton Methodist.

One 1822 students wrote the final examination which is administered by the Caribbean Examinations Council.




Advertisement