Joe Roberts earns Trinity honour

Joe Roberts of Savannah will serve
as Head Boy of Trinity College School in Canada for the 2010-2011 academic
year.

A former student of First Baptist
Christian School and St. Ignatius Catholic School, Joe was the winner of the
Donald F. Hunter Scholarship, an award presented to a deserving student from
the Cayman Islands.

Joe, who started at Trinity
boarding school in Grade 9, has maintained a high academic standing. He also
plays cricket, tennis and squash, is a member of the Trinity Winds band, a
steward in the school library, and helps the admissions office as a member of
its MasterKey team and works in the chapel as a sacristan.

Last year, Joe represented the
school internationally in the exchange programme with École Saint Martin de
France. He is also a top scholar, having achieved an overall average of 86 per
cent in the last academic year.

“I came to TCS as a 13-year-old,
not knowing what to expect, and it has nurtured my growth as an all-around
individual,” said Joe.

“I have loved my time at TCS, and
although at times it can be hard being so far away from home, it has been a
fantastic experience.”

Joe’s sister Luisa, a scholarship
student in Grade 10, also attends Trinity. His younger brother Will is a
student at St. Ignatius.

Joe is the son of Adam and Amanda
Roberts.

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