GREAT BAY, St. Maarten – Representing Charlotte Brookson Academy as speaker for the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau’s (STB) Jr. Minister of Tourism Inter-Scholastic Panel Discussion of 2017 is Fourth Form student Chanel Almonte.
Almonte is a bright and well-spoken young lady who enjoys heightening her vocabulary. She holds first honors and has a 90+ average in all of her subjects.
The student researchers joining Chanel are Fourth Formers, Zoria Arrindell, Marie Fidel-Balthazar, Jeremiah David and Third Former Aiyaunty Romney.
Zoria holds second honors and enjoys watching anime and reading. Marie is a sharp and endeared leader, brilliant at cards and singing. Jeremiah is a first honors student who thrives in exploring mathematics, biology, and art.
Aiyaunty is an outgoing young lady, who enjoys community service, sports, and has achieved awards in creative writing and spoken word.
The Charlotte Brookson Academy students have done an impressive amount of research on their topic. Their individual gleaning of information, in addition to the relevant material presented by guest experts invited to talk to them, have added to the depth of their discussion points tremendously.
All five students look forward to the experience of sharing their research and presenting their points with a newfound appreciation and understanding for the topic.
The panel discussion will take place on Friday, May 19 at the Sonesta Great Bay Beach Hotel from 9.00am to 12.00pm.
The winner of the panel discussion will represent Sint Maarten at the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Youth Tourism Congress in Grenada in October.
The participating schools are: Milton Peters College four sections (MPC), Sundial School, Methodist Agogic Centre, St. Dominic High School, St. Maarten Academy and Charlotte Brookson Academy.