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GSAT 2016: Old Harbour’s bright sparks

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Michaelia Nesbeth (left) led all and sundry with a 98.6% average while Steven Wedderburn averaged 94.6% to top the boy's list Michaelia Nesbeth (left) led all and sundry with a 98.6% average while Steven Wedderburn averaged 94.6% to top the boy's list

Celebrations are still ongoing for many students who were successful during the annual national Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) after the results were published last week.

And as per usual Old Harbour News took the time highlighting the top boy and girl from some of the primary institutions within the area.

From the group of high achievers, six students have matriculated to Glenmuir High, with Old Harbour Bay Primary’s Michaelia Nesbeth, who averaged 98.6 per cent, leading all and sundry.

Two bright sparks are heading to St Jago High, while two girls will begin their secondary education at Holy Childhood High.

Two outstanding boys, which includes Old Harbour Primary’s Steven Wedderburn who averaged 94.6 per cent, are off to Kingston College, while Shakiela Boothe of Freetown Primary and Saphia Cothrel of Old Harbour Primary are respectively expected to blossom at all-girls institutions The Queen’s High School and Wolmer’s Girls.

Take a look below at our distinguished list of high achievers for 2016.

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