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BTC Celebrates a legacy of excellence with H.O. Nash
By Indira Collie, Bahamas Telecommunications Company
Oct 5, 2018 - 11:25:42 AM

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Left to Right: Vandaleeza Hepburn (now a student of C.R. Walker Senior High received 8A’s and 1B), Jasmine Anderson (now a student of Kingsway Academy received Best H.O. Nash Performance in the BJC examinations 9A’s and 1B), Antoin Bowe, BTC Vice President for Transformation and Jafari Miller, (now a student of Anatol Rogers 8A’s and 2B’s)

Nassau, The Bahamas- BTC proudly celebrated with its adopted school, H.O. Nash last Thursday as they recognized top performers during the school’s Annual Awards Ceremony. BTC provided the top student, Jasmine Anderson with a laptop computer. Jasmine was awarded for Best Performance in the BJC examinations, receiving an outstanding nine A’s and one B. Vandaleeza Hepburn and Jafari Miller both received 8A’s and 2B’s respectively and were awarded smart phones. BTC also provided gift bags for all twenty-one students

Senior Manager for Public Relations, Indira Collie said “We were happy to share in the celebration of these remarkable students. For years, H.O. Nash has continued to produce some of the best and brightest students in the country. We wish the students all the best and we encourage them to continue to strive for excellence.”

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