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NCB steps up with almost $10m

Published:Sunday | February 3, 2013
Nadeen Matthews (fifth left), NCB's senior assistant general manager - strategy, marketing and communications, with Ardenne High School students (from left) Kerri-Ann Redwood, Ketanaya Stewart, Jordan McGrowder, and Keanu Daley as they look at the controversial VW Super Bowl 2013 advertisement which uses a Jamaican accent.

Nadeen Matthews (fifth left), NCB's senior assistant general manager - strategy, marketing and communications, with Ardenne High School students (from left) Kerri-Ann Redwood, Ketanaya Stewart, Jordan McGrowder, and Keanu Daley as they look at the controversial VW Super Bowl 2013 advertisement which uses a Jamaican accent.

Sharing in the moment are Sharon Burnett (fourth left) deputy director, Overseas Examinations Commission, Nadine Malloy (second right), principal, Ardenne High School, and Thalia Lyn (right), chairman, NCB Foundation.

The occasion marked NCB's symbolic $9.5m cheque handover to the Overseas Examination Commission, which represents payment of CXC/CSEC Principles of Accounts and Principles of Business examination fees for students sitting these subjects islandwide.

Ardenne High School was chosen to represent the more than 100 schools that had benefited from the programme as they had the second-highest number of student entries of 138, while The Hampton School entered 142 students.