by Eulana Weekes
St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Nine individuals from St. Kitts and Nevis made it to the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Merit List 2023.
The students sat the May-June Examinations and were identified amongst the top 10 performers in the region in respective Certification levels and subject areas.
For the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Education (CAPE), Karyn O Grenyion of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) topped the CXC Merit List in the subject Art and Design Unit I.
Two others also made it to the CXC Merit list in the same subject, Art and Design Unit I. Jacinda Wharton of the CFBC Adult and Continuing Education ranked number 3, along with two individuals from Trinidad and Tobago.
Shakira Morton of CFBC also made it to the Merit List, ranking number 8 alongside two other candidates from Trinidad and Tobago.
In CAPE History Unit I, Cianjay Thomas of Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College ranked number two.
For the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) sitting of the subject Family and Resource Management Technical, two students from St. Kitts and Nevis made it to the CXC Merit List; Makalia Tucker of the Washington Archibald High School ranked 3rd alongside a student from Jamaica, whilst Janaya Gumbs of the Verchilds High School ranked number 7 on the Merit List.
For the Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Level Competence (CCSLC), Tejanah David of the Charlestown Secondary School made it to the CXC Merit List, ranking number 1 in English. David shares the rank with students from Anguilla and Dominica, as well as two students from Grenada.
Private Candidate, Joshua Browne sat CCSLC Digital Literacy and also ranked number 1 on the Merit List.
Two students of the Washington Archibald High School, Nigel Miller and Amandeus Woodley both ranked number 9 in CCSLC Mathematics. Two students from Dominica and one from Saba also ranked at number 9 in the subject.