The St. Vincent Girls High School has recaptured the title as champions of Public Speaking after 10 years. In last night’s finals of the Lions Club South National Secondary Schools Public Speaking Competition, the School’s Rhea Ollivierre successfully beat off 5 other contenders to take the title for her School.
Defending Champions, the St. Vincent Boys Grammar School represented by Rasheed Fontenelle took the second position, while Andre Spring from the Georgetown Secondary School placed third.
Each Student made presentations on the main topic, “The Recently Enacted Cybercrime Act with all its Virtues, can Suppress Fundamental Rights and Freedoms,” which was won by Rhea Ollivierre of the St. Vincent Girls High School.
Andre Spring of the Georgetown Secondary School, won the Student’s prepared Speech, while Mountain Jamaal February of the Mountain View SDA Church, won the best prepared impromptu Speech.
Delivering remarks at yesterday’s event, Wayne Hull Manager of Flow, said that the company continues to throw its support to students who are involved in the competition.
The St. Vincent Girls High School will also receive$3,000.00 dollars in funding from FLOW, towards a School Project.
The other finalists were Geremiah DeFreitas from Bishops College Kingstown; Rowena Dabriel representing the George Stephens Secondary School.