The results are in …
After two years of study, months of revision, weeks of exams and a nail-biting wait over the summer break, high school students across the Cayman Islands finally received their exam results. For six Dart Scholars, their hard work has paid off with an exceptional set of grades.
Congratulations to all high school students who sat exams and graduated high school this year – it has been an exceptionally challenging two years for young people who have demonstrated considerable adaptability and resilience in completing their studies through the disruption of the pandemic.
We are especially proud of the high grades achieved by our Dart Scholars:
Adrian Phillips-Hernaez, our 2022 recipient of the WA Dart Memorial Scholarship, received A*A*A*A and is heading to Imperial College London to study Engineering.
Graeme Madison has graduated Cayman Prep & High School with A*A*A*A, securing his place at Durham University where he will read Physics.
Our 2018 scholarship recipient, Charlotte Dowell transitioned from Clifton Hunter High School to Cayman Prep & High School for A-levels where she received A*AAB. Charlotte is off to University of British Columbia for her Bachelor of Arts.
Straight A students
Setting a new record at St Ignatius, Michael Marzouca achieved top marks with As in an impressive five subjects at AS level. Fellow student and national robotics team member Diamond White also received top grades in his exams with four straight As.
And finally, congratulations to one of our youngest scholars, Jaiden Gilbert, who continues to fly high in her gymnastics as well as her studies, achieving nine A*s in her iGCSEs at St Ignatius.
With the new academic year just starting, we look forward to seeing what the next chapter holds for these bright young stars.