Future Leaders recognised
Pupils who completed a summer leadership scheme were recognised at the weekend.
Ryan Robinson Perinchief, the director of the youth programme, said that many participants had achieved tremendous personal growth on the Future Leaders’ programme.
He added: “We couldn’t be more grateful to be a part of this experience with you to even make a small impact in your trajectories.
“We are proud of you, we love you, we have much respect for you and we can’t wait to see where you go from here.”
A total of 23 pupils from island and overseas schools completed the programme.
The achievement was marked in a ceremony held at the Berkeley Institute on Friday night.
The three-week course combines academic study, mentorship and community service.
The participants who successfully completed this year’s programme were:
Berkeley Institute: Nathan Furbert, Mya Furbert-Jacobs, Roneeyah Jones, Kanyé Raynor-Simmons, Malay Robinson, Sekai Tatem.
CedarBridge Academy: Zy-Asia Forbes, Yukia Hall.
Bermuda High School: Madison Thompson.
Bermuda Institute: Cairo Simmons.
Somersfield Academy: Jannis Roberts.
Saltus Grammar School: Vincent Darrell, Ywione Darrell, Austin Dowling.
Warwick Academy: Alaiyah Hayward, Ajani Richardson.
TN Tatem Middle School: Shazaria Francis-Brown.
Sandys Secondary Middle School: Chloe Morton.
Dellwood Middle School: Moriah Bridgewater.
Care Learning Centre: Vashti Smith.
International: Ryan Fleming, Nijé Hypolite, Rio Russell.
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