Room for more sixth forms
THE PRINCIPAL of Harrison College is not opposed to more sixth form schools, provided the tools are put in place to help make them successful.
Juanita Wade said she was more concerned about sufficient resources being made available to assist schools offering Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) studies.
Wade was speaking recently to the DAILY NATION as the school hosted the Commemorative Broken Trident as part of 50th anniversary of Independence celebrations.
The principal said she was very aware of the inter-school academic rivalry which she said helped to push students to do their best. (MR)
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