The Cayman Islands Further Education Centre hosted its second annual Student Awards on Tuesday, 12 June.
Students were honoured with awards in various categories, including Outstanding Academic Work, Outstanding Effort, Excellent Service to the Community and Most Improved Student. Students also voted for peers to receive superlative awards in categories such as Most Likely to Succeed and Most Likely to Become Famous.
The event was highlighted by speeches from Young Caymanian Leadership Award Winner Garth Arch, and Denardio Marsh, education centre student and the recipient of two awards.
A performance was given by the school’s own Professor Powell and his Jazz Band, as well as a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem performed by CIFEC students Tianee Morales-Levy and Rochelle Connolly-Rose. Additionally, CIFEC students Denardio Marsh and Janessa Jennings graced the audience with an instrumental rendition of our National Song.
In attendance were Minister of Education Rolston Anglin; Chief Officer Mary Rodrigues; Chief Education Officer Shirley Wahler, and Senior School Improvement Officers Roger Morris and Barbara Ebanks.
Students were honoured with awards from various categories, including Outstanding Academic Work, Outstanding Effort, Excellent Service to the Community and Most Improved Student.