It was an almost perfect score for Marlie Mount Primary’s Arecia Burgess, who averaged 98.2 per cent following the release of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) results.Burgess’s score topped a list of high achievers from schools based in the Old Harbour area, while classmate Terrence Grant recorded the highest average amongst all boys. From our list of best performers, four will begin the next chapter of their education at Glenmuir High, while two students head to Kingston College and also St Jago High. Of the 11 schools targeted, only five supplied Old Harbour News with information. For the first time Good Hope Primary was among the highlights, with Lenworth Harrison, their top performing student, set to begin his secondary education and indoctrination we must add, into the famous Fortis culture at North Street, Kingston. GSAT is an annual examination exercise which arguably determines the placement of students into the secondary education system.