The Government of Barbados has awarded 14 scholarships and 22 exhibitions to students who excelled in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) and the Associate Degree Programme at the Barbados Community College.
This was revealed today by the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation.
Harrison College received the majority of scholarships, with seven students being awarded. They are: Kristi Brewster, Shawn Clarke, Philippe Forde, Ninon Foster-Chee-a-Tow, Natasha Rouse, Todd Lavine and Regina Young. That school also earned five exhibitions, which went to Asia Blackman, Dario Clarke, Rheanne Ince, Charice Marshall and Brendon Taylor.
Six students from Queens College were awarded scholarships. They are: Kerrie Barker, Chelcee Brathwaite, Amina Desai, Elizabeth Gill, Gabriella Gill and Avery Kellman.
Queen???s College also received the majority of exhibitions with 16 students being awarded. They are: Dana Bayley, Shanelle Brathwaite, Rashida Carter, Tawnya Forde, Adriana Gooding, Roneisha Goodridge, Dominique Harris, Rebecca Harris, Richelle Haynes, Daneisha Holder, Rebecca King, Jessica Marshall, Nathan Parris, Leah Taylor, Melanie Taylor-John and Kimberley Yearwood.
One student from the Christ Church Foundation School, Cheryse Greenidge, was also awarded a scholarship, while Janiel Odle of the Barbados Community College received an exhibition.