Three young women graduated from
Grace Christian Academy last month in what was only the school’s second graduation
since it was founded in 1996.
Katelyn Merren, Shenaye Ebanks and
Gabriella Mendoza-Hydes all graduated from the school with honours diplomas.
Both Premier Bush and Minister of Education Rolston Anglin spoke at the
graduation ceremony on 24 June at Wesleyan Holiness Church.
Katelyn Merren was awarded the
National Gallery’s Art award and the Spirit of Grace award. Shenaye Ebanks was
awarded the prize for outstanding commitment to Community Service and Gabriella
Mendoza- Hydes won the excellence in Mathematics and Science Award. Continuing
their education this fall, Katelyn will be attending the University College of
the Cayman Islands for accounting, Shenaye will be going to the University of
Tampa for pre-med studies, and Gabriella will be attending Goshen College for
“We are very proud of each of these
lovely young women,” said Deputy Principal Claire Upperton.
“They exemplify the principles of
Grace Christian Academy, excelling in academics while dedicated to their
community and the service of others.”