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PHOTOS: Less than 100 HLSCC graduates this year, females top honour roll

Ninety-seven students graduated from the H Lavity Stoutt Community College on Thursday with female graduates topping the institution’s honour roll.

Daniella Paula Mourillon received the Ernst and Young Accounting Award and the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA) for full-time students while Larnett Gracia Whattley took home the award for the highest cumulative GPA for part-time students.

The Dean’s Award went to Judy Jeremiah, and Antoinette Leslie-Roberts while a certificate of recognition went to Whitney Ronnise Allen. 

Associate Degree

In the meantime, 83 students graduated with Associate degrees — 13 in accounting, 18 in business administration, four in finance, one in food and beverage management, two in small-business management, two in business information systems, two in graphic information technology, two in primary education, and 13 in general science

One student graduated with an Associate’s Degree in biology, one in chemistry, four in education, four in English, five in human services, one in natural science, three in small business entrepreneurship, one in automotive engineering technology, three in architectural drawing, one in marine technology, and two in culinary arts.


Eight students graduated with certificates of achievement in business administration, two in computer studies, one in human services, two in office assistance, and 10 in supervisory management.

Graduates deserving of commendation

Premier Fahie who gave remarks at the ceremony told the graduating class that despite a period of uncertainty, suffering and pain, they have remained resilient in their goal of achieving the milestone and “must be applauded”

“You remained laser-focused, you stayed on course during a time when everyone’s life in the BVI was totally shaken and disrupted by the impacts of two devastating hurricanes,” he said.

Premier Fahie also urged them to utilize their new knowledge to the best of their abilities.

“Our future and the future of HLSCC depends on you,” he told graduates.

The ceremony was held under the theme: We will rise.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Saddened to witness the continued lack of graduates to enter the health care field.

    That lack of interest in health care trainees and speciialized specialist is primarily due to lack of exposure of that field, in the schools and community.

    Hence, 99.9% of its current care takers, practioners and specialist alike are all foriegn. That sneeds to change to a significant degree.

    This is an area that continue to be of concern for many locals as it appear a neglected area of our country’s health by the rulung parties and class.

    It is the responsibility of government to take care of its country, and citizens economic, professional and medical health.

    Dependency upon complete external medical expertise must become a practice of the past.

    Current and all other political parties, do take note.

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  2. The General says:


  3. To Minister Wheatley says:

    As there were for educators, there should be a very serious undertaking to inspire with nursing and medical scholarships, our young people.

  4. To Minister Of Ed. says:

    As there were for educators, there should be a very serious undertaking to inspire with nursing and medical scholarships, our young people.

  5. Cayon, SK says:

    Congrats to you Larnett… Keep striving for excellence.

  6. Anonymous says:

    New Testament doing big things… Congrats!!!

  7. Big up says:

    Congratulations Daniella. Excellence from day 1. Such an intelligent and humble individual. Wishing you the best.

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