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1 PROGRAMME 1. National Anthem 2. Welcome Bishop Claude Berkley 3. School Hymn Who Would True Valour See 4. Principal s Report Patsy-Ann Rudder, Principal 5. Musical Interlude 6. Feature Address Ms. Dana S. Seetahal SC 7. Presentation of certificates for Forms 1 4 Co Curricula Activities 8. Presentation of Certificates and Awards for performance at CSEC 9. BAHS Steel Ensemble 10. Presentation of Certificates and Awards for performance at CAPE 11. Presentation of Special Awards 12. School Song Non Nobis Domine 13. Vote of Thanks Head Girl Alicia Edwards 14. Blessing Bishop Claude Berkley

2 SCHOOL MOTTO Non Sine Pulvere Palmam SCHOOL HYMN Who would true valour see, Let him come hither: One here will constant be, Come wind, come weather; There s no discouragement Shall make him once relent His first avow d intent To be a pilgrim. Whoso beset him round With dismal stories, Do but themselves confound: His strength the more is. No lion can him fright; He ll with a giant fight, But he will have the right To be a pilgrim. No goblin nor foul fiend Can daunt his spirit; He knows he at the end Shall life inherit. Then, fancies fly away; He ll not fear what men say; He ll labour night and day To be a pilgrim. SCHOOL SONG Non Nobis Domine, Not unto us, O Lord, The praise and glory Be of any deed or word. For in Thy judgment lies To crown or bring to nought All knowledge and device That man has reached or wrought. And we confess our blame, How all too high we hold That noise which men call fame, That dross which men call gold. For these we undergo Our hot and godless days, But in our souls we know Not unto us the praise. O Power by whom we live, Creator, Judge and Friend, Upholdingly forgive, Nor leave us at the end; But grant us yet to see, In all our piteous ways, Non Nobis, Domine, Not unto us the praise. Non Nobis, Non Nobis Non Nobis, Domine. THE FOUNDER S PRAYER We give You most humble and hearty thanks, O most merciful Father, for our pious founder, Arthur Henry Anstey, and for all our benefactors by whose benefit this whole School is brought up to Godliness and good learning; and we humbly ask You to give us grace to use Your blessings to the glory of Your Holy Name, that we may answer the good intent of our religious founder and become profitable members of the Church and of our country, and at last, share in Your heavenly kingdom, through our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen. 2

3 AWARDS AND CERTIFICATES FOR CRITERIA FOR FORMS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Average of at least 75% in Term 3 for Forms 1 & 2 and 75% in all three terms for Form 3. OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT EFFORT AND IMPROVEMENT Average 80-84% in all three terms Average 85% or more in all three terms An increase of 10 marks in the average between Terms 1 and 3. Marks must be greater than 50%. AWARDS TO FORM 1 STUDENTS FORM 1 Academic Achievement Giovanna Baldeo Saegel Bascombe Celina Besson Chantale Carballo Anisa Clark-Rowley Charity Gregoire Khioma Jerome Kiyohmi Joseph Cyleste La Vende Aquilla Lashley Gem Lee Hye Lee Analisa Logie Khalifah Mc Millan Clarke Yliana Medina Tyler-Marie Mungal Kai Sloane-Seale FORM 1 Outstanding Academic Achievement Daena Boodoo Jenia Cunningham Naphtali John Zahra Lowhar Brittany Lushington Angel Neptune FORM 1 Excellence in Academic Achievement Anastasia Francis ISHA OTTLEY MEMORIAL TROPHY (This is given for the best all-round performance in Form 1) Jenia Cunningham 3

4 AWARDS TO FORM II STUDENTS FORM II Academic Achievement Shyan Bacquain Afeefah Bernard Alexcia Best T Shaun Billouin Anika Brewster Abigail Bristo Ami-Joy Daniel Abigail De Souza Makeda Ferguson Melissa Hanomansingh Danielle Jones Chevelle Mc Millan Tehillah Moses Gabriella Noriega Danielle Nurse Leanna Samaroo Tiffany Sealey Chelsi Ward Leah Weller FORM II Outstanding Academic Achievement Zhara Honore Soyini Nkhosi Kimberly Placide Malika Pollard FORM II Excellence in Academic Achievement Netanya Keil Effort & Improvement Kezia Brathwaite Kamika Hernandez VALERIE TAYLOR AWARD (This Award is given for All-Round Development in Form II) Kimberly Placide & Netanya Keil 4

5 AWARDS TO FORM III STUDENTS Form III Academic Achievement Naomi Beharry Abayomi Edwards-Dyer Nesha Harris J Velle Holder Alicia Singh Form III Outstanding Academic Achievement Victoria Armorer Whitney Griffith Olivia Jaggernauth Daniella James Jessica Walker Form III Excellence in Academic Achievement Summer Nelson MILDRED ABDULAH CUP This trophy is awarded for All-round Development in Form III B.A.H.S. WASHINGTON ALUMNAE AWARD This Award is given for Improvement in Form III Jessica Walker Sasha Thompson 5

6 AWARDS TO FORM IV STUDENTS CRITERIA FOR AWARDS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT EFFORT AND IMPROVEMENT Minimum of six passes in Term 3, with at least four at Grade 1 Minimum of seven passes in Term 3 with at least five at Grade 1 Minimum of eight passes in Term 3, with at least six at Grade 1 Minimum of two more passes at Grade 1 in Term 3 than in Term I Form IV Academic Achievement Sierra Carballo-Young Danielle Gordon Shenyce John Daniella Townsend Form IV Outstanding Academic Achievement Rachael Edwards Adaeze Greenidge Amanda Skeene Rachel Weekes Form IV Excellence in Academic Achievement Kezia Baksh Chantal Hamilton Khalea Robertson EXCELLENT ACHIEVEMENT IN FORM IV (Highest mark in Term 3, min 75%) Art Erkeisha John, Geography Lizel Castle Nalanee Jones & Khadija Ryan Caribbean History Maya Wheeler Information Technology Chantal Hamilton Chemistry Khalea Robertson Mathematics Chantal Hamilton Economics Shari Parsons Physics Chantal Hamilton English A Chantal Hamilton Principles of Accounts Khalea Robertson English B Khalea Robertson Principles of Business Khalea Robertson French Chantal Hamilton Spanish Kalifa Mc Collin BISHOP BESS AWARD (This award is given for all-round achievement at the Form IV Level) Adaeze Greenidge 6

7 CLASS HILARIANS A Medal and Certificate are awarded to the student of each class who best represents the ideals of Bishop Anstey High School. The Class Hilarian is selected by her peers. 1A Daena Boodoo 1B Napthali John 1C Elishah Thomas 2A Shyan Bacquain 2B Tehillah Moses 2C Gabriella Noriega 3A Abayomi Edwards-Dyer 3B Kleah Mannette 3C Alicia Singh 4A Adaeze Greenidge 4B Shenyce John 4C La Toya Richards 5A Celine Choo Woon Chee 5B Fatima Hosein 5C Colleen Wills L6A Astrid Ross L6B Gennete Amlak-Pascall L6C Renee Mc Kain SCHOOL HILARIAN A Trophy is awarded to the Lower VI student who best represents the ideals of Bishop Anstey High School. The School Hilarian is selected by all the students in Lower VI and all the class Hilarians for the year in question. The BAHS School Hilarian Award Astrid Ross, Alicia Edwards & Solange Roberts-Clarke 7

8 A CERTIFICATE IS AWARDED TO ALL STUDENTS WHO REPRESENT THE SCHOOL IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. ONE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE GROUP WILL RECEIVE THE CERTIFICATES FOR THE WHOLE GROUP. MUSIC Conductor: Ms Loraine Granderson The Senior Choir Hannah Abdool Rekhia Adams Stephanie Agard Alicia Barrie Naomi Beharry Alexcia Best Damara Clarke-Marshall Nikia Coutou Sahara Curry Tian Dalip Jeanne-Marie De La Rosa Kerdisha Douglas Alicia Edwards Abayomi Edwards-Dyer Khadijah Eversley Jodi Frank Adaeze Greenidge Thaiz Gulston Brittny Hamilton Chantal Hamilton Shantal Harewood Kerchelle Hinkson Jadée Hutchinson Ivana Ibrahim Nia Jobes Chelsae Khadoo Fayola King-Lawrence Chardelle Lennard Kalifa Mc Collin Nickesha Millette Khadija Moses Kelsie Nancoo Jordanna Nicholas Chaverle Noel Soyini Nkhosi Kafi Ottley La Toya Richards Solange Roberts-Clarke Khalea Robertson Sarah Robinson Zakiyah Rocke Anya Ross Marisa Sargeant Chelsea Thomas-Benoit Gabrielle Thompson Kemba Toussaint Chantal Waldropt Jessica Walker Kafi Warner Azaria Wilson 8

9 The Junior Choir Hannah Abdool Kimoy Alexander Kadesha Ambris Shyan Bacquain Adrianna Balkissoon Athia Barker Nailah Barton Anika Brewster Abigail Bristo Keeshana Burkette Marshall Shinnia Canagon Chantale Carballo Jewel Christopher Candice Clarke Janaia Clarke Jaeda Craig Jenia Cunningham Aaliyah Davis-Leigertwood Sarah-Joy De Francois Keryne Dick Makeda Ferguson Sadiyah Forde Hanifah Griffith Kima Henry-Miller Shaarika Isaac Amirah Jacob Dominique John Megan Juman Cyleste La Vende Zahra Lowhar Latisha Morain Tehillah Moses Talia Phillip Keturah Phillips Christy-Marie Ramkissoon Cavell Seales Tiffany Sealey Steel Ensemble Naomi Beharry Maisha Bowrin Keisha Codrington Nikia Coutou Jeanne-Marie De La Rosa Moniece Forbes-Wells J velle Holder Khadija Moses Kelsie Nancoo La Toya Richards Khalea Robertson Jameelia Rojas Kemba Toussaint Kafi Warner Colleen Wills 9

10 TRACK AND FIELD SPORTS The Corinne McKnight Trophies for Team Sports Tenika Charles Jordan Frederick Latisha Griffith Whitney Griffith Rain Harper Jadee Hutchinson Rickila Isaac Je Risa James Nalanee Jones Jeuniece Maxime Kalifa Mc Collin Abaomi Mc Leod Kafi Ottley Kenisha Paul Nikita Paul Pateia Paul Sydney St. Clair-Douglas Zakiya Waldron Sheniece Walkes Joelene Wheeler HOCKEY TEAM Joanna De Four (Vice Captain) Naomi Favrod-Coune Nneka Guerra Simone Hayling Yael Jagbir (Captain) Sonya-Lee Ryan Giann Sealy Nikia Thomas Chelsea Thomas-Benoit Gabrielle Thompson Kafrica Timothy Chelsea Walker Selene Yearwood SWIMMING TEAM Abayomi Edwards-Dyer Wasame Gamba Jadee Hutchinson Zahra Lowhar Leasel Matthews Jeunice Maxime Tonia Montoute Gabriella Noriega Jordann Pascall McKensi Pascall Christina Ringis Cheneisse Simmons Alicia Singh Kellee Spicer Kezia Thomas (Captain) Chelsi Ward Selene Yearwood RHYTHM SECTION Nikia Coutou Mariah Kissoon Zakiyah Rocke Kenya Rosales Safiya Sylvester Moesha Walker Kezia-Anna Williams 10

11 OTHER TEAMS which represented the school for the academic year NETBALL Individual Shooting Competition Juniors - Shyan Bacquain Individual Shooting Competition Seniors - Kalifa Mc Collin Placed 1 st in the Senior Team Shooting Competition Jasiel Cumberbatch Petal Greene Kalifa Mc Collin Placed 1 st in the Junior Team Shooting Competition Sheniece Ayers Shyan Bacquain Kankemwa Mitchell VOLLEYBALL Coach: Mr. Macsood Ali Rekhia Adams Nailah Barton Afeefah Bernard Keeshana Burkette Marshall Nikia Coutou Jenia Cunningham Jael Daniel Malika Davidson Kerdisha Douglas Tonya Durant Sadiyah Forde Nneka Jones Netanya Keil Aliah Lawrence `Khalifah Mc Millan Clarke Tamera Mitchell Soraya Moolchan Latisha Morain Malissa Moses Jael Neptune Soyini Nkhosi Zaria Pinder Kimberly Placide Tiffany Ramsawak Maya Roberts Nerut Romany Aliya Ross-Dick Abigail Sinnette Kemega Smith Kadeesha Stanley Chrysta Stuart Sydnee Suite Chelsea Thomas-Benoit Brittni Thompson Gabrielle Thompson Chelsi Ward Leah Weller Janine Wong-Isidore Aledya Worrell Makila York FOOTBALL Coach: Mr. Brian Smith Anya Banfield Amaris Benjamin Celina Besson Jewel Christopher Ami-Joy Daniel Sophia Edwards Khadijah Granger Whitney Griffith Giamarie Guada Cherise Haynes Miguella Hernandez Daniella James Mia James Ariane Maharaj Abaomi Mc Leod Nadia Mottley Jade Murray Sharise Pierre Adonia Salina Marisa Sargeant Liselle Simon Nikihlia Smith Timiebi Souza-Okpofabri Gabrielle Thompson 11

12 SCRABBLE Alicia Barrie T shaun Billouin Georgia Bonnett Athaliah Downes Kemba Dubois Makeda Ferguson Chanikka Franklyn Kaiyah George Hashannah Granville Jubilante-Deo Green Nesha Harris Simone Hayling Ivana Ibrahim Hannah James Daniele Jones Dana Lewis Cheriez Lucas Tenielle Maharaj Elise Marcelle Afeisha Mc Kenzie Chevelle Mc Millan Lifa Morean Tehilla Moses Sherene Phillip Malika Pollard Leanna Samaroo TAEKWONDO Ria Bally Sierra Caraballo Young Jadee Hutchinson Sarah Khadan Amanda Lee Ying Amanda Skeene Desiree Valentine Maya Wheeler DRAGON BOAT Brittany Beckles Dayshanai Blake Aniya Clement Makeda Ferguson Khadia Frith Jamelia Gibbs Shaena Hargreaves Vaugn Harper Hinkson Kerchelle Fatima Hosein Keian Huggins Shaquille John Christal Joseph Caitlin Kewley Samantha Leotaud Soraya Moolchan Jordan Morrison Tyler-Marie Mungal Shari Parsons Khadija Pascal-Jeffrey Ashleigh Quashie Dominique Raphael Jameelia Rojas Nicolar Rosalis Sydney St. Clair-Douglas Amy Wells Gabriella Williams 12

13 YOUNG LEADERS Ria Bally Chanikkia Franklyn Adaeze Greenidge Chantal Hamilton La Toya Richards Desiree Valentine YOUNG LEADERS DEBATING TEAM Niquilla Bynoe Khadijah Eversley PEER COUNSELLING TEAM Shiniqua Antoine Shyan Bacquain Afeefah Bernard Shenell Best Nikia Coutou Tahirah David Rachael Davis Adaeze Greenidge Olivia Jaggernauth Nneka Jones Mariah Kissoon Chevelle Mc Millan Ariel Peele Sharise Pierre Akilah Prescod Anya Ross Aliya Ross-Dick Jeniece Scott Chantelle Thomas Leah Weller Mercedes Yan-Hip Forde 13

14 SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR The Krystle Robinson Challenge Trophy for Junior Sportswoman of the Year Shyan Bacquain The Keima Gardiner Challenge Trophy for Senior Sportswoman of the Year Kalifa Mc Collin TRINIDAD CHARTERING CHALLENGE TROPHY This Trophy is awarded to the House scoring the highest aggregate points in the Carnival, Parang, Track and Field, Swimming and Marching Competitions. The winning House will be announced at the Awards Ceremony. 14

15 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL 2011 The CXC subjects taken by students of this School are Biology, Caribbean History, Chemistry, Clothing & Textiles, English A, English B, Food & Nutrition, French, Geography, Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, Spanish, Sports & Physical Education and Visual Arts. Cambridge Examinations are taken in Advanced Subsidiary Mathematics. Certificates are awarded on the basis of the performance of students in the May/June 2009 session of the examinations. CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: Awarded for five or more passes, including English A V A V B V C Denique Absolam Shanelle Carballo Khedesia Nichols Stephanie Agard Keisha Codrington Jendyi Parris Marihah Ali Melissa Gonzales Abiola PAtrick Jenine Bailey Chuntel Goodridge Adeisha Pereira Anya Banfield Hashannah Granville Antonya Pierre Cherisse Barran Jubilante-Doe Green Keren Permel Patrice Barrington Simone Hayling Carmyen Price-Awai Brittany Beckles Kerchelle Hinkson Ashley Ramnath Shanice Birmingham Khadijah Holder Sarah Robinson Dayshanai Blake Shkira Jackman-Wilson Christine Russell Kiswana Blood Megan John Kimberly Singh Renee Bradshaw Gabrielle Johnson Cherise Slater Jade Bridgemohan Tenika Jones Leah Soo Ting Zhane Cambridge Khia Juman Kimberli St. Clair Maryque Cateau Gabrielle Kanor Dallen Stewart Cheryl Lee Christian Caitlin Kewley Chrysta Stuart Shanice Clarke Anique Lewis Davis Shantal Thomas Dominique Daniel Maxiene Loney-Mills Khadijah Thomas Shanice Diamond Cheriez Lucas Kemba Toussaint Nkechi Dolly Shadea Mc David Ineka Valere-Grimes Geneva Dorsey Kia Mc Kain Hannah Wellington Kerdisha Douglas Chelsea Mendez Joelene Wheeler Sherise Fergusson Christianna Mohan Reanne Williams Camille Flemmings Tonia Montoute Keturah Francis Soraya Moolchan Sherelle Franklin Jordanna Nicholas Kaiyah George Shanice Giroux Anadi Gittens 15

16 CERTIFICATES FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: Awarded for seven or more passes including English A, with five or more Grade I/A V A V B V C Kirite Arrindell Keian Huggins Victoria Mungal Khaffi Beckles Jordan Morrison Chantal Waldropt Sade Beckles Kafi Warner Raemona Brathwaite Kai Williams Simone Creed Colleen Wills Danielle De Freitas Brittny Hamilton Shantal Harewood CERTIFICATES FOR EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: Awarded for eight or more passes including English A, with seven or more Grade 1/A V A V B V C Celine Choo Woon Chee Anrea Charles Johanna Neil Fatima Hosein Verene Ramberran Chaya La Pierre Jameelia Rojas Nickesha Millette Kyra Romain Zhane Mitchell Kandice Smith Khadija Moses Timiebi Souza-Okpofabri Jessica Yawching 16

17 SPECIAL AWARDS FOR BEST PERFORMANCE IN CXC/CAMBRIDGE O LEVEL EXAMINATIONS 2011 WILLIAM GYAN MEMORIAL PRIZE for Literature at the CXC Level TOWNSEND FAMILY TROPHY for first place in Literature in English HOWE FAMILY TROPHY for excellent work in English Language ENA BISHOP MEMORIAL TROPHY for Craftswoman of the Year HOLDER FAMILY AWARD for Excellence in Home Economics VERLEE PAYNE-NOEL AWARD for Information Technology BAHS GEOGRAPHY AWARD for First Place at the CXC Level Certificates for Excellence Biology Caribbean History Chemistry Economics French Integrated Science Mathematics Music Physics Principles of Accounts Principles of Business Spanish Visual Arts MODELL FAMILY AWARD for Overall Achievement at the CXC Level INDRANI SINANAN AWARD for Academic Development in Form V Simone Creed Simone Creed Verene Ramberran Khaffi Beckle Kai Williams Jordan Morrison Chaya La Pierre Kyra Romain Victoria Mungal Kyra Romain Jameelia Rojas Kyra Romain Kandice Smith Kafi Warner Keisha Codrington Kafi Warner Sade Beckles Shantal Harewood Nickesha Millette Khaffi Beckles Zhane Mitchell & Johanna Neil Cherisse Barran FREDA ARAUJO BURSARY for Achievement Tiffany Lewis CANON WINSTON B. JOSEPH AWARD for Leadership in Form V OLD HILARIANS AWARD for best all-round Anglican student who exemplifies the Anstey spirit Joelene Wheeler Kerdisha Douglas 17

18 AWARDS TO LOWER VI STUDENTS CRITERIA FOR AWARDS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Three passes with at least 3 Grade III s and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Three passes with at least two Grade II s and one Grade III and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Three passes with at least 2 Grade I s and one Grade II and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. Form LVI Form LVI Form LVI ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Anais Hinds OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Ariane Maharaj Renee Mc Kain Genette-Amlak Pascall Simone Renwick Tonya Varella EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Kelsey Des Vignes Christina Georges MOST OUTSTANDING EXAMINATION ACHIEVEMENT IN LVI Accounting Renee Mc Kain Geography Tonya Varella Art and Design Victoria Barkley History Gennette-Amlak Pascall Biology Nadia Gittens Literature in English Gennette-Amlak Pascall Chemistry Simone Renwick Management of Business Renee Mc Kain Communication Studies Simone Renwick Mathematics Kelsey Des Vignes Economics Renee Mc Kain Physics Kelsey Des Vignes Environmental Studies Chael Casimire Sociology Christina Georges French Bridget Eligon Spanish Lisa O Neil JUBILEE MEDAL for leadership in games: Vaugn Harper 18

19 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Awarded for four or more passes at the CXC CAPE Examinations and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. UVI A UVI B UVI C Lyneil Glaud Jamila Joyeau-Flores Taylor Louison Abigail Alexander Sarah Clarke Joanna De Four Petal Greene Nneka Guerra Chaverle Noel Jenique Robertson Aziza Alexander Korin Buckmire Sherelle De Bourgh Jodi Frank Chantol Marcelle Shaneis Murray Megan Nunes Marie Richardson Marguerite Rock Kellee Spicer CERTIFICATES FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Awarded for three or four distinctions at the CXC CAPE Examinations (Grade I or II) and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. UVI A UVI B UVI C Ariann Duncan Jamelia Gibbs Deisha Hamilton Damara Clarke-Marshall Yael Jagbir Shaquille John Anna Jones Kezia Thomas 19

20 CERTIFICATES FOR EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Awarded for five or more distinctions at the CXC CAPE Examination (Grade I or II), and a pass in Communication Studies/Caribbean Studies. UVI A UVI B UVI C Aisha Ali Ayanna Bekoe Cherneka Bridgewater Amanda Cherie Tian Dalip Shantelle De Shong Ainka Douglas Ashley-Anne Frederick Isata Golfa Fayola King-Lawrence Ariel Mendez Lilly Paul Leandra Ramoo Dominique Raphael Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri Ashleigh Deosaran Shaena Hargreaves Chardelle Lennard Samantha Leotaud Andrea Lewis Farhannah Mohammed Ashleigh Quashie Brianna Sue Natalie Webster Chynere Best JAsiel Cumberbatch Chantal George Chananel Gibson Eden Goring Renelle John Lana Kassie Renee Martin Kemi Prescod Christina ringis Maria Salazar GOOD CITIZENSHIP UVI A UVI B UVI C Amanda Cherrie Tian Dalip Ainka Douglas Ashley-Anne Frederick Isata Golfa Fayola King-Lawrence Lilly Paul Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri Damara Clarke-Marshall Petal Greene Shaena Hargreaves Yael Jagbir Shaquille John Anna Jones Andrea Lewis Chaverle Noel Ashleigh Quashie Brianna Sue Chynere Best Sherelle De Bourgh Jodi Frank Thaiz Gulston Renelle John Kemi Prescod Christina Ringis Maria Salazar 20

21 SPECIAL AWARDS LEROY CLARKE TROPHY for Excellence in Art DR. MARCIA ANNISETTE TROPHY for Excellence in Accounting STATIONERY PLUS AWARD for Overall Performance in the field of Business STATIONERY PLUS AWARD for Outstanding Performance in the field of Economics SYLVIA HUNTE MEDAL for Creativity in Home Economics REPUBLIC BANK LIMITED AWARD for Excellence in Management of Business CATHERINE SCOON MEMORIAL TROPHY AND PRIZE for Mathematics WALTER JONES MEMORIAL AWARD for Physics WATSON FAMILY AWARD for Excellence in Chemistry HILDA ATHERLY CUP for Science DR. VIDHYA GYAN-TOTA-MAHARAJ AWARD for Biology FLORABELLE GRENADE-NURSE MEMORIAL TROPHY for Excellence in Environmental Studies VALERIE CANSFIELD MEMORIAL TROPHY for Achievement in History ROSE LITERATURE CUP CYNTHIA RODNEY TROPHY for Literature BEST FAMILY TROPHY for Outstanding Performance in Sociology DR. AVRIL BRYAN AWARD for Achievement in Spanish FRENCH EMBASSY AWARD JOYCE SPENCE MEMORIAL TROPHY for Music JUDY CHANG TROPHY for Excellence in Community Service LYDIAN AWARD for Singing LYNETTE CHARLES MEMORIAL TROPHY for Personal Growth and Development MATHURIN FAMILY TROPHY for Excellent Achievement in both Sports and Academics Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri Ashleigh Quashie Andrea Lewis Eden Goring Chaverle Noel Samantha Leotaud Natalie Webster & Aisha Ali Isata Golfa Fayola King-Lawrence Lilly Paul Ayanna Bekoe Dominique Raphael Chananel Gibson Chynere Best Maria Salazar Chananel Gibson Lana Kassie Chananel Gibson Damara Clarke- Marshall Fayola King-Lawrence/Damara Clarke-Marshall Fayola King-Lawrence Damara Clarke-Marshall Anna Jones BISHOP ANSTEY MEDAL for Very Good Work and Conduct Lilly Paul/Andrea Lewis GRACE ANDERSON MEMORIAL PRIZE for All- round Achievement Damara Clarke-Marshall OLD HILARIANS PRIZE for General Helpfulness Anna Jones A. M. STEPHENS PRIZE for Good Citizenship Ashley-Anne Frederick 21

22 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL CAPE REGIONAL MERIT LIST TOP CANDIDATE BY SUBJECT SUBJECT NAME RANK Art & Design Unit 1 Art & Design Unit 1 Economics Unit 1 Economics Unit 1 Food & Nutrition Unit 1 French Unit 1 & Unit 2 History Unit 1 Sociology Unit 1 History Unit 1 Art & Design Unit 2 French Unit 2 Geography Unit 2 Victoria Barkley Aneka Duke Samantha Leotaud Eden Goring Chaverle Noel Chananel Gibson Chananel Gibson Chananel Gibson Eden Goring Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri Lana Kassie Dominique Raphael 3 rd 5 th 3 rd 8 th 5 th 1 st 4 th 1 st 5 th 8 th 10 th 4 th 22

23 NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 2011 AWARD CAPE Open Scholarship Visual Art NAME Gesiye Souza-Okpofabri CAPE Additional Scholarship Visual Arts Ashleigh Deosaran CAPE Additional Scholarship Modern Studies Chananel Gibson CAPE Additional Scholarship Foreign Language Lana Kassie 23

24 GESIYE SOUZA-OKPOFABRI PROFILES OF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS The Bishop Anstey Family recognizes and celebrates Gesiye Souza- Okpofabri s achievement in the realms of scholarship and success. She has been awarded an Open Scholarship in the Art and Design category having obtained A s in all profiles with Grade 1 in Art and Design as well as excellent results in Pure and Applied Math, Physics and Communication Studies. Gesiye entered Bishop Anstey High School from the University School in The Art Department has had the great pleasure of interacting with Gesiye at both CSEC and CAPE levels where she excelled in the challenges of both programmes. From the very beginning Gesiye had all the necessary qualities to be a National Scholarship winner. Gesiye had a great passion for success. Her drive for success was not only to obtain excellent results in Visual Arts, but her performance was paramount in every subject. She always worked with a positive and graceful attitude. On entering Lower Six, Gesiye worked consistently, listening to all the advice her Art teachers had to give. She was purposeful and goal oriented with regard to attaining a scholarship. With focus and self-motivation, she has been able to accomplish it! This highly motivated student was involved in swimming, volleyball and football. She was also the president of the Astronomy Club, a member of the Environmental Club and also taught the Violin. She was also a member of the Pan Group and Mixed Instruments Band, the St. Augustine Orchestra and the TnT Youth Philharmonic Band. She was also a member of the Metamorphosis Dance Company. This ambitious student was fortunate to have the support of her numerous friends, her dedicated teachers and devoted parents. We congratulate you on a job well done! 24

25 ASHLEIGH DEOSARAN Ashleigh Deosaran was awarded an Additional Scholarship in Visual Arts as a result of her excellent performance in the following subjects: Art and Design, Caribbean Studies, Literatures in English, Management of Business and Communication Studies. Ashleigh entered Bishop Anstey High School in September 2004 where she was assigned to the Form 1A class. Very early in her school career, it was clear that Ashleigh had the potential to do exceedingly well. Throughout her time at Bishop Anstey High School she was involved in a number of activities. Those dear to her heart were scrabble, swimming, volleyball and the Young Leaders Ashleigh sat her CXC O Level Examinations in 2009 and attained eight (8) passes in the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, French, Mathematics, Principles of Business, English A, English B and Visual Art. Her disappointment at not achieving a Grade One in Visual Art did not damper her spirits. On selecting her subjects for Form Six, Ashleigh decided to pursue Literatures in English, Management of Business, Communication Studies, Caribbean Studies and once again Art and Design. Choosing these subjects was by no means an easy decision. Once settled in Lower Six, Ashleigh worked consistently and courageously struggled to meet the challenges of her CAPE subjects. She listened attentively to her teachers, welcomed criticism and was always willing to improve in her weak areas. Ashleigh s teachers and peers would agree that she worked quietly, and consistently aimed to complete her assignments to the best of her ability. Ashleigh was always fully prepared for class always having a detailed methodical plan for every flambouyant assignment that she dreamed of creating. One of the things that will stand out in our minds was her support of her friends and her ability to work alongside her peers, co-operating and helping them as the saying goes no man is an island entire of himself. This high spirited and eager student developed intellectually and emotionally from Lower Six to Upper Six and for this we are proud. Ashleigh never gave up, especially when things got rough or when the way forward seemed impossible. On behalf of the Principal, Vice Principal, Board of Management, teachers and students, we congratulate you and we wish you God s continued blessings in all that you do. 25

26 CHANANEL GIBSON Today we celebrate the academic success of Chananel Gibson. Chananel has been awarded an additional scholarship in the humanities/modern Studies category for her excellent performance in the 2010 and 2011 Cape Examinations in Caribbean Studies, History, Sociology, French and Communication Studies. Chananel s current success follows in the footsteps of her many outstanding achievements academic and non academic, throughout her life at Bishop Anstey. It is her excellent performance in the CAPE 2011 examination which won her the coveted Modern Studies Scholarship, a feat so impressive that only four other students in the whole of Trinidad and Tobago, out of the 348 awards given, won scholarships in this field. At the CAPE examinations among students of this school she place 1 st in Caribbean Studies, Unit 1 French, Unit 2 French, Unit 1 History, Unit 2 History, unit 1 Sociology and unit 2 Sociology. Chananel possesses an incredible work ethic and her efforts were consistent over the years. Her assignments were always submitted on time and of a high standard earning her top marks. In upper six when students started lowering their aims from a 1 to a 2 in the different subject areas, Chananel continued to score over 80% as a final term mark in all of her subjects. She was quiet but actively contributed to class discussions. She was calm but never complacent; she always tried to do better. Chananel nurtured other interests outside of her books. She was class Hilarian of 3B for the academic year She also had a keen love for debating, a skill that she developed quite well, displaying it not only in her essays and in class debates but in public fora. She took part in the 2008 Young leaders Debate and the 9 th National Youth Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago in She was also a participant of the Toastmasters International Youth leadership Program. In July, Chananel travelled overseas to participate in the Global Young leaders Conference, which is a conference organized annually to give high achieving students a greater understanding of their roles as a global ambassador. She developed good relationships with her peers and their relationship was one of nurturing success. The support they shared helped Chananel as well as other members of the group to perform quite well. Congratulations Chananel. We know that you will continue to do well and make us proud. 26

27 LANA KASSIE Lana Kassie entered Bishop Anstey High School in September of the year 2004, hailing from Newtown Girls RC School. The remarkable success that this bright young lady has achieved is a testament to the unswerving commitment to excellence that characterized her seven (7) year sojourn at Bishop Anstey High School. In her first year at this institution in 2004, she received an award for Academic Achievement. For the period she received an award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Lana maintained a high standard of academic performance which eventually saw her gaining entry to the form six class and saw her efforts culminating in the winning of a National Scholarship and placing tenth (10 th ) in the region in the CAPE French Unit two (2) exam. Lana, highly self-driven and passionate about her pursuit, will long be remembered by her teachers for her perseverance. 27

28 NOTE TO TROPHY WINNERS You will be given the Trophy you have earned while you are on the stage but, in keeping with School policy, it will be retrieved by the School as you leave the stage. As you know, we display all our Trophies in a showcase in the office. However, if you wish to have a photograph taken to show you holding the Trophy, please come to the office and you will be permitted to go into the garden with the Trophy for this purpose. You will not be permitted to leave the School with the trophy. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Bishop Anstey High School wishes to acknowledge with gratitude the donors of all the prizes, medals and trophies distributed during the course of this Ceremony. We know that, while we reward those who have done well in many fields of endeavour, they also serve to encourage and inspire others to work towards the achievement of their full potential. Our Trophies are returned by the recipients immediately following this Ceremony and are displayed for all to see in the showcase in the School s office. We would also like to thank all the friends of Bishop Anstey High School and all members of the Hilarian family who have given us assistance in many ways throughout the past year. At Bishop s, we have always had to work hard to provide all the facilities we require for the young people whose care and education is entrusted to us. But God is good to us and we have learned that, when faced with tasks of seemingly impossible proportions, He will show us the way. We are therefore very grateful for all his goodness to us and for the loyalty and assistance of our Hilarian family and our many friends and well wishers. We look forward to your continuing support. Finally, our thanks to the staff of Bishop Anstey High School for their patience. 28

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