The Charles E Mills Secondary School hosted their graduation ceremony on January 19, 2022. The Junior Minister responsible for climate change, and Constituency Empowerment, Joyelle Clarke, shared some glimpses of the event on her social media account from the graduation ceremony of Constituency #5.
In the update, she congratulated one of the students, Tivadi Herbert of St Pauls Village. He was one of the graduating students in the class of 2022. Herbert made his parents, community and himself proud on occasion. He delivered the Valedictory Speech. The young man was able to pass all his subjects with flying colours. Herbert’s most obvious indication of academic brilliance is that out of the eleven subjects, he gave seven subjects in the first grade.
During the graduation ceremony, the student was honoured for the following achievements.
According to the update shared by Dr Joyelle Clarke, Tivadi Herbert was 1st in Class 5A1 and received the All-Star Eagle (passes in all subjects sat at the CSEC Level)
Further achievements and awards bestowed on him were:
Desi Brown Spirit Award – outstanding performance at CXC-CSEC with active participation in extra-curricular activities
Business Department Excellence Award – Best results for CXC-CSEC Exams 2021-2022
Darnel Allen Award – Best in Mathematics
DAAWG Award – Best in Physics
Ellis Hazel Geography Excellence Award – Best in Geography
O.K Lloyd Award – Best in Social Studies
Edgar Browne Award – Best in Agricultural Science
Sandy Pint Agriculture Co-operative Award – Best Male in Agricultural Science (Single Award)
James Buchanan & Associates Award – Best in Technical Drawing and Industrial Technology: Building
Kayton Blake Award – Best in Technical Drawing
DAAWG Award – Best in Industrial Arts
Derionne Edmeade Award – Best Results from a past student of the St Pauls Primary School
Hon. Dr Denzil L. Douglas Award – Best results from Constituency #6
Sandy Point Benevolent Society Award – Exemplary results by an SPBS Principal’s Award recipient