St Thomas student achieves 8 CXC subjects this year, all Grade Ones and ‘A’ profiles

Morant Bay High School in St Thomas has produced a young scholar, who has brought pride and jubilation to her school, family, and rural community of Airy Castle in the aforementioned parish.

Beyonce Taylor this year belted 8 CSEC subjects with Grade Ones and straight ‘A’ profiles.

Here are her preliminary results released by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC):

Principles of Business – Grade One
Principles of Accounts – Grade One

Office Administration – Grade One

English A – Grade One
English B (Literature) – Grade One

Biology – Grade One

Food, Nutrition and Health Technical – Grade One

Information Technology – Grade One

Taylor, who has enrolled in sixth form at Morant Bay High, did Mathematics in third form and attained a Grade Two.

She wants to become an entrepreneur and human resource manager.

Taylor is justifiably satisfied with her academic performance.

“I am very satisfied with my results,” she told The Beacon.

“At first when I saw them, I was surprised and didn’t believe they were correct.”

But the high achiever, who is the daughter of Gaylia Robinson and Fitzroy Taylor, noted that she worked hard for success.

“I finished my School-Based Assessments on time, and ensured that I scored the maximum marks in most of them,” she explained.

“I also studied very hard for my exams and even stayed up late sometimes.”

By Horace Mills


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