PSE Results are in

Friday, June 5th, 2009

San Pedro Roman Catholic School tops the island once more

The Primary School Examination Results are out. A total of 6,858 students (including private candidates as well as those who attend alternative schools) registered for the PSE in 2009. Of this total 6,661 sat the examination while 196 were absent.

In San Pedro, students from 8 schools sat the exam. Two of the top three scorers came from San Pedro RC, and one from MRSK (Maestro Reyes School of Knowledge). The students are pictured below:

Top 3 Island Students:

I – Gabriel Azueta – 340/400 – SPRCS

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II – Patricia Acosta – 337/400 – MRSK

III – Monica Ack – 333/400 – SPRCS

Top students of Each School:

San Pedro Roman Catholic School

I Gabriel Azueta – 340/400

II Monica Ack – 333/400

III Alisha Cadle – 318/400

Maesto Reyes School of Knowledge

I Patricia Acosta – 337/400

II Arian Paz – 271/400

III Ajimsy Contreras – 250/400

Isla Bonita

I Walter Tut – 324/400

II Omaya Nasser – 303/400

III Mariano Guerrero – 293/400

New Horizon

I Rocio Gonzalez – 316/400

II Luis Pinelo – 309/400

III Javier Williams – 307/400

Ambergris Caye Elementary School

I Kristian Zaldivar – 318/400

II Jesus Castillo – 297/400

III Tiffany Rivero – 288/400

Island Academy

I Zachary Mattes – 311/400

II Valdemar Vasquez – 294/400

III Elizabeth Westby – 286/400

Holy Cross Anglican

I Jonathan Martinez – 303/400

II Gaspar Villamil – 284/400

III Christian Ramos – 277/400

St Peter Elementary

Gilberto Trojillo – 205/400

The top three students country wide are as follows:

Demi Bellini – Our Lady of Guadalupe R C School, Belmopan City – 380 points

Suraye Solis – St Ignatius RC School, Belize City – 378

Brigette Ruby – Louisiana Government School, Orange Walk District – 376 points

Read more in the next edition of The San Pedro Sun Newspaper!


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