Cayman Prep and High School
recently congratulated two of its students, Kalyn Teeling and Cody Panton, who
received the Top of the World exceptional performance awards from the
University of Cambridge International Examinations.
They each gained the highest marks
in the world in marine science at AS-level in June 2010.
Renowned artist and marine
scientist Guy Harvey presented the certificates to Kalyn and Cody in the new
Marine Science lab, one of five science labs in the school’s new building.
He praised the students for their
outstanding achievement and congratulated their teacher, Verity Redrup, and the
Head of Science, Jason Nehra, on the excellence of the programme.
Mr. Harvey commended the school on
its vision in introducing marine science as an A-level subject for its sixth
form students and congratulated them on their outstanding science facilities.
The families of Kalyn and Cody were
present at the ceremony, together with teachers and students from the school,
and a representative from the Johanna Clarke Foundation.
The school expressed its
appreciation of the grant awarded by the Johanna Clarke Foundation, which
played a significant role in enabling the school to establish the marine
science programme in the Cayman Islands.