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Jamaica’s Promise – REACH Academy promotes cultural diversity

Jamaica’s Promise | October 18, 2022
REACH Academy with its diverse population went all out to promote the rich cultural tapestry that makes up the Jamaican society showcasing the sights sounds and tastes of our rich heritage.
Presenter: Halshane Burke
Producer: Halshane Burke
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Jamaica’s Promise | March 14, 2023
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Jamaica’s Promise | March 7, 2023
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Jamaica’s Promise | February 28, 2023
Nineteen-year-old Dora Watt was among nine high school awardees in Jamaica who were recently awarded by the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) for outstanding academic performance in the region.  Watt was awarded Top CAPE Humanities student after attaining passes of grades ones and twos in ten units of CAPE.
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Jamaica’s Promise | February 21, 2023
The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) awarded nine students from high schools across the island who got the highest grades in 2022 sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).  The students were given their awards at a ceremony held at the Ministry of Education and Youth’s head office in Kingston on Thursday, February 09.
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Jamaica’s Promise | February 14, 2023
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