It is always a proud moment when great things happen. It is therefore important to give honour where honour is due. It is in this spirit that we want to acknowledge the Graduating Class of 2019 which Dr. Ricardo Neil had the privilege of lecturing and mentoring for the past two (2) to three (3) years.
Dr. Ricardo Neil has stated repeatedly that, “One must educate the future selflessly; the future depends on the decisions we make today”. It is with great enthusiasm and much appreciation that we befittingly acknowledge the following students who overcame many sleepless nights researching, preparing for presentations and going the extra mile because they were taught to claim the future and live by the mantra, “the world is yours, and no one has the power to stop you from claiming it.”
These students are: Ms. Kelesha Bertie, Mr. Jamal Caesar, Ms. Christina Cho, Ms. Tanuja Delaney, Mr. D’ondrè Gumbs, Mr. Jacquan Lewis, Mr. Shamar Pemberton, Mr. Kishaun Southwell, Mr. Kyler Sutton, Mr. Shaquan Thomas, Ms. Zakiya Walters, Ms. Jermeca Wilkin, Mr. Djimon Johnson, Mr. Shafari Challenger, Mr. Pennyfeather Xaviee Edwards-, Mr. Robert Nisbett, Mr. Jervik Lapsley, Mr. Rodney Sargeant, Mr. Hassani Tatem, and Mr. Ronaldo Walters.
We are pleased to also announce that Ms. Christina Cho was awarded the Genelle Lake Fem Tech Award and is the Runner Up National Scholar. To her we say congratulations.
To all the other graduates we extend congratulations and many successes in the future.
“The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – POET”
You have all lived up to these words and so you have soared to new heights.