Today’s academic achievement features Alana Delpesche
Alana attended the Lowmans Leeward Anglican School where she sat the Common Entrance Examination in 2013 and placed 19th for girls and 38th overall.
Due to this success, she obtained the 5 year Roy Boucher Scholar Award from the Lowmans Hill Apostolic Faith Mission Church.
She later attended the St Vincent Girls’ High School, of which she was a member of the orchestra, the RBC Young Leaders, and the St Vincent Red Cross Association.
She graduated in 2018 and received awards from the Girls’ High School and the Ministry of Education for her outstanding performance at the CSEC examinations.
Alana secured a scholarship from the Teachers Cooperative Credit Union, which covered her for two years at the St Vincent Community College where she pursued studies in CAPE Chemistry, Biology and Physics.
She was the secretary for the Debating Society and the Student Council. She was also a trainer during the Global Student Solar Ambassador workshop and was a peer tutor for Chemistry where she assisted the first-year students with their practical assessments in the course.
Alana also volunteered to work at the Pathology Laboratory at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital during her summer vacation.
After college she taught Integrated Science at the Buccament Bay Secondary School. In March of 2021, she won a National Scholarship from the Government of St Vincent and the Grenadines, to pursue her studies in medicine.
Alana is now the proud recipient of the Yvonne Francis-Gibson National Scholarship Award.
She aspires to be a doctor, and would be pursing her Bachelor of Medicine degree at the University of the West Indies Mona Campus. We pray for continued blessings, guidance, and success on her young life.