Results of queries to CSEC are released and names of top three students for 2022 are confirmed

Following queries from several students who wrote the 2022 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), the second- and third-placed students have now been named by the Director of Education.

Taking the second position is Zion Ebony Williams, formerly of the Baptist Academy of Antigua, who wrote 17 subjects and secured Grade One passes in all.

Zion is the daughter of Pearl Quinn-Williams, the United Progressive Party (UPP) caretaker for St. John’s Rural North, and businessman Steve Williams. 
Former St. Joseph’s Academy student Ghais Zraibi, who was awarded 13 Grade Ones and eight Grade 2s, took third place in the CSEC exams.
Following the May/June 2022 exams, administered by the CXC, a number of students queried their grades. Only now, mere weeks before another exam session is to begin, are the results being released.
Last year’s top student, Chidindu Ohaegbulam of St. Joseph’s Academy was initially awarded 21 Grade One passes and two Grade 2s. He has now been upgraded to 22 Grade One passes and one Grade 2.
Commenting on the placements, Director Browne offered congratulations to Zraibi and Williams, their parents, and the faculty of the respective schools. 

The three top achievers and other students who satisfied the CSEC Awards criteria will be recognised for their accomplishments during the ACB-Caribbean National CSEC Awards and Presentation Ceremony on June15.