Mon | Feb 19, 2018

Corporate Hands | Scotiabank fetes top students

Published:Thursday | February 1, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Joylene Griffiths Irving (second left), director ScotiaFoundation, poses with the top Grade Six Achievement Test students, Jada Grey, Max Leiba, and Zorian Facey. The three received top scores in the island.
Students from the 2017 cohort of Scotia Scholars pose with their awards after being welcomed at the recently held Scotia Scholar annual retreat.
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The latest addition to the Scotia Scholars were officially welcomed at an event held in early January 2018. The 22 students gathered with their parents at the Scotiabank Corporate Learning Centre, having been selected as the top students in the island or at their schools.

Joylene Griffiths-Irving, director, ScotiaFoundation, expressed pride in the students and their achievements.

Each student was presented with a ScotiaFoundation Shining Star Award congratulating them for achieving the highest ranking in the 2017 Grade Six Achievement Test at their respective schools.