Holland High School in Trelawny has continued its excellence in the academic arena with two of their students placing 1st and 3rd in the Caribbean in the June 2016 sitting of Entrepreneurship Unit 2. Both also place 1st and 2nd in Jamaica for the same subject.

Both are 18-years old Upper 6th Form students.

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Latoniya Williams (2nd left) with her award for Top CAPE Student for Holland High. Mikhail Richards (Center) Top CSEC Holland Student. Jodi-Ann Dyer (2nd right) 1st place in Caribbean for CAPE Entrepreneurship Unit 2. Occasion was the Principals and Vice Principals Association CXC Awards at Knutsford Court Hotel, November 29.

Jodi-Ann Dyer of Salt Marsh in Trelawny came out on top both in Jamaica and in the Caribbean. Her classmate Latoniya Williams from Barrett Town, St. James, placed third in the Caribbean, but second in Jamaica.

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Jodi-Ann Dyer

Latoniya was the top CAPE student for Holland in the June 2016 sitting. She was awarded for this achievement at the Principals and Vice Principals Association CXC Awards at Knutsford Court Hotel on November 29, 2016.

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Latoniya Williams (left) and Sharona Forrester, 2016 Rhodes Scholar and guest speaker at the Principals and Vice Principals CXC Awards.

Early last month, Holland High was featured by the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) for its excellent passes in CXC and CAPE.

 

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