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Education awards promote academic excellence.

President Nelson Dilbert presents Tyreek Gordon with the Most Outstanding Student award for excellence in Work Skills

The Chamber of Commerce sponsors awards each year at most of the public and private sector schools in the Cayman Islands. This year President, Nelson Dilbert and President-Elect, Joanne Lawson were busy presenting awards to several outstanding students at John Gray, Clifton Hunter, and St. Ignatius and the Truman Bodden Law Schools.

At John Gray, Most Outstanding Student Awards went to Tyreek Gordon for excellence in Work Skills, Genesis Reyes for Design and Technology, Taliyah Hunter for Social Studies, Lewis Bromby for excellence in Physics, Erin Bush for excellence in Textiles, Clothing and Fashion, Deshae Cann also for excellence in Textiles, Clothing and Fashion, Teejhan Hansraj, for Chemistry, and Raheem Harris for excellence in IMI.

Graduating St, Ignatius, awardees included Sophia Vilarin for excellence in Art, Tori-Abigayle Williams for Business Studies, Jan Kukula for Computer Science, Rio

President Nelson Dilbert presents the Chamber of Commerce’s Year 3 Graduation Prize to Manusri Prabhakar at the Cayman Islands Law School graduation at the Westin Casuarina Resort and Spa in early August.

Windsor, for English Language, Jade Robinson for English Literature, Lucy Sims for French, Julianne Aurelio for Geography, Jade Robinson for History, Sophia Villarin for Mathematics, Rio Windsor for Physical Education, Jade Robinson for Religious Education, Matthew Artuch for Biology, Sophia Villarin for Chemistry and Physics (two awards), and Jackeline Acosta Gutierrez for Spanish. Tori-Abigayle Williams and Julianne Aurelio received a double award for Science, and Jade Robinson and Sophia Villarin received Student of the Year Awards.

Congratulations to the students who received these awards.

President-Elect Joanne Lawson presents Shanique Bachan with a Most Outstanding Student Award in Food and Nutrition.