Cayman Prep excels on exams

Cayman Prep and High School
recently celebrated the overwhelming success of its 2010 graduating class: The
Year 11 students set a record by achieving 100 per cent pass rate.

The school boasts a rigorous
curriculum, with most students talking 10 or 11 examination IGCSE (Cambridge)
or GCSE subjects.

The recognised measure of success
is the percentage of students gaining five or more of the higher passes at
grades A*-C.

A record was achieved with 92 per
cent of the students gaining the requisite five or more A*-C passes.

The Year 11 top achievers of 2010
were Emma Walmsley, Victoria Crawshaw, Jennifer Mosley, Anya Belfonte, Alex
McCallum, Hailee Robinson, Christopher Bodden, Kelsey Dixon, Toby Sutton and
Hannah Griffith.

Their Sixth Form Year 13 graduates
achieved notable success in the prestigious Cambridge A-level examinations.

Mona Hussein gained two of the new
A* grades, an additional A grade and also a B grade at AS-level Greek.

She is now studying medicine in the
university of her choice, Imperial College, London.

Justine Foreman, who gained 1A*,
1A, 1B and 1C pass, is now at Nottingham University studying veterinary
sciences.

Michael Daley was awarded a full
Butterfield scholarship to study architecture at Savannah College of Arts and
Design in Savannah, Georgia.

Alex Terry was awarded a
scholarship from Maples and Calder to study law.

Other students have gone on to
universities and colleges such as Bristol (engineering); Plymouth (fine arts);
Sheffield Hallam (law); Sheffield (human geography); Portsmouth (business),
Northeastern University (business) and Texas Technical
College (business).

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