St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Charles E. Mills Secondary School, the former reigning champions of the SCASPA Best In Class Quiz, was eliminated from the semi-finals of the competition.
The latest round of the SCASPA quiz, which was held at the Cecil Jacobs Auditorium on Tuesday, had three schools competing – Basseterre High School, the Charles E. Mills Secondary School, and the Immaculate Conception Catholic School for the coveted title of Best In Class.
Students are quizzed in the areas of Mathematics, Integrated Science, English, Current Affairs, History, Geography, and the “Wild” round, in addition to questions about SCASPA’s history and operations.
Public Relations Officer of SCASPA Nordia Demming, spoke to WINN FM about the results of the semi-finals.
“Charles E. Mills got eliminated last night, they were the reigning champions, they got a total of fifty-five points. Basseterre High won the evening with eighty-eight points and Immaculate Conception Catholic School came in second with seventy-five points. The highest scoring students from last evening were Vidonje Richardson and Khalid Francis, second in place were Ashon Browne and Oshelda Dabrio from the ICCS, third place was Joel Dukey and in fourth place was Erin Etienne. So the two schools going into the finals are Basseterre High and the Immaculate Conception Catholic School.”
The judges of SCASPA’s annual contest were Dr. Marcus Natta, Ms. Wanda Nisbett, and Mr. Fitzroy Edinborough.
The winning students receive trophies, and monetary prizes over five thousand dollars, and the school gets a tour and lunch date on a Carnival cruise ship.
The finals of the SCASPA Best In Class quiz will commence on Thursday, May 25th.