Sandys Middle School students pass IGCSEs two years early
Good news came to Sandys Secondary Middle School students, in time for the start of school: students took on the IGCSE exams two years early — with 19 passing English, and nine passing maths.
For the third consecutive year, the school has successfully prepared M3 students, aged 14, to take the exams two years ahead of their 16-year-old S2 counterparts.
Principal Timothy Jackson commended Evan Heyliger for earning an A in English and a C in maths, and Cynthia Burgess, with a B in English and a C in maths.
Jordan General took a B grade for English.
Also of note, for taking C grades in English, were Jashae Allen-Lamontagne, Aspiro Cannonier, Solomon Pearman, Letifah Smith, Dominique Williams and Shannon Williams.
Nathanael Fubler, meanwhile, earned a C in mathematics.
Dr Jackson said he hoped to see even greater success in the year coming — as students scheduled to sit the IGCSEs in spring have been exposed to the curriculum since the M1 year.