Caymanian students promoted in Canada

From left, Caymanian students Jazz Pitcairn, Ryan Kirkaldy and Drew Lerikos, with Trinity College School headmaster Stuart Grainger.

Three Caymanian students studying abroad have been appointed to leadership roles for the 2016-2017 academic year at the Trinity College School in Ontario, Canada.

Jazz Pitcairn and Ryan Kirkaldy have been appointed Head of House for their respective boarding houses, and Drew Lerikos has been appointed peer counselor.

Student leadership roles at Trinity are distributed among six boarding houses and four day-houses. Headmaster Stuart Grainger said, “Jazz, Ryan and Drew are all outstanding students and members of the TCS community. Having Caymanians leading two out of our six boarding houses is a testimony to the strong links between TCS and Cayman.”

The school has 18 students from the Cayman Islands enrolled.

Trinity College, through the Donald F. Hunter Scholarship, has offered full-tuition, merit-based scholarships to 11 Caymanian students over the past 23 years. The Hunter Scholarship concluded last year, but Trinity continued to offer scholarships to promising Caymanian students. Zororo Mutomba received the scholarship this year.