Breaking News: Mae’s student tops Grade Six

Mae’s Under-12 student Sonia Ghir has topped this year’s National Grade Six Assessment.

According to a  release from the Ministry of Education this afternoon, Ghir scored 555 marks. She was followed by Tauhir Khan of Isa Islamic, Victoria Najab of ABC Academy, Shannon Woodroffe of School of the Nations, Marissa Scott of North Georgetown, Petunia Wood of Winfer Gardens, Jagindra Persaud of Suddie, Paige Carter of Mae’s, Michael Jagnanan of Mae’s, Monique Hopkinson of Mae’s, Stephon  Hussain of West Ruimveldt, Sevanna Ferreira of Leonora, Crystal De Freitas of Leonora, Annalisia Hopkinson of Leonora, Keia Smith of West Ruimvedlt, Nayasha Baksh of West Ruimvedlt, Tamika Lawrence of West Ruimvedlt, Nina Ramdeholl of ABC Academy and Kadesh Daniels of Concord Academy.

The National Grade Six Assessment replaced the Common Entrance examinations. (See details in tomorrow’s issue.)

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