Alexya Perez makes San Pedro proud!
Thursday, June 7th, 2012
Former student of San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School Alexya Vida Perez made the island proud after graduating with honors from Saint Catherine’s Academy (SCA) on Sunday June 3, 2012. During her four years at SCA the 17 year old graduate excelled and maintained high marks that earned her the gold sash for the ceremonies. Out of the 135 students she ranked eighth cumulatively for eight semesters. She majored in business science with a special interest in economics for which she got first place honors. Apart from academic excellence, Alexya blazed thru SCA with several extracurricular activities. She became the head prefect, President of the Peer Helpers, served as second vice president of the student council and in 3rd form she was elected President of the SCA Student Council.
At the graduation ceremonies, among the many awards she received, she was called upon and bestowed with the “Sister Mercy Cervantes student leader 2012” award in recognition for her outstanding leadership skills. Presently Alexya is still at school as she is presently challenging 14 Caribbean Examination Council examinations. She will be attending Saint John’s College Junior College where she will be taking up economics and sociology as her double majors.
Alexya was fully schooled in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye as an island resident. She attended the San Pedro Preschool then moved to Lydia’s Institute of fine Arts and her final three years of elementary at San Pedro RC. The San Pedro Sun joins the Perez family and the community in congratulating Alexya for her accomplishments and making San Pedro proud.
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