Grand Bahama
Mt. Carmel Students Get a Fresh Start for College
By Indira Collie
Jul 6, 2018 - 4:40:05 AM

Last month, twenty-six seniors graduated from Mt. Carmel Preparatory Academy, and the school is happy to report that all students were accepted into colleges locally, in the United States and Canada. The school is particularly proud that four of its graduating class members have received full academic scholarships.

The school’s principal Ms. Tamara Saunders said, “This has been a great year for Mt. Carmel, and what a better way to end the school year than with all of our seniors being accepted into college. As an added bonus, twenty-two of them received partial scholarships and four of them received full scholarships! We are committed to ensuring that our students have the necessary building blocks to enable them to be successful in the future. We are proud of our graduating class, and indeed all of our students this year.”

Jazmyne Johnson, Deputy Head Girl was accepted to Acadia University with a $15,000 scholarship and she also received a full scholarship from Florida Memorial University

Trevonte Bain was accepted to Acadia University and received an $11,000 scholarship. He was also accepted to Florida Memorial with a full scholarship

Brenton Deveaux was accepted to the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. He was also accepted to Acadia University with an $8,000 scholarship

Nyah Bandelier was accepted into several colleges including St. Leo, Acadia, Lynn University, Nova Southeastern University, Keiser University and St. Thomas University

Alexander Albury was accepted to Niagara College

Cowette Sands, Head Girl received a full scholarship from Florida Memorial University

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