Arima Mayor sends best wishes to students awaiting SEA results
Created : 3 July 2017
Arima Mayor Lisa Morris-Julian and the Arima Borough Council are sending congratulatory messages to students who will receive results from the Secondary Entrance Assessment Examination on Tuesday.
Results are expected to be released in schools from around 10 am to a total of 18,180 students who wrote the exam.
In a statement, Mayor Morris-Julian said regardless of tomorrow’s outcome, students should rejoice and prepare to enter an exciting period of life as a Secondary School student.
She said often times; the result of this examination overshadows an otherwise joyful school experience. She said however that students should feel proud that they have successfully completed one part of life’s journey.
The Arima Mayor further sought to applaud the efforts of all parents, guardians, teachers and principals whose diligence and persistence will give rise to another generation of quality citizens.
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