SINT MAARTEN/CURACAO – The Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten (CBCS) awarded 14 pupils from havo and vwo schools in Curaçao and Sint Maarten with a prize, as they graduated the best of their school in Economics.
For several years now, the CBCS has been offering these incentives to stimulate interest and enthusiasm in economics among students.
During the past week, acting president of the CBCS, Bob Traa, welcomed the pupils at his office in Curaçao and Sint Maarten respectively, to address them and award them a check, in the presence of their parents, economics teachers and school representatives.
The best graduates are:
– Ian O’Connor (vwo) – Milton Peters College
– Zhanica Arrindell (havo) – Milton Peters College
– Richard Pols (vwo) – Radulphus College
– Jaden Powell (havo) – Radulphus College
– Marnix van Thiel (vwo) – Kolegio Alejandro Paula
– Janay Ogenia (vwo) – Kolegio Alejandro Paula
– Nirali Manuela (havo) – Kolegio Alejandro Paula
– Sue-edy Luciana (vwo) – Maria Immaculata Lyceum
– Nicole Tejeda (havo) – Maria Immaculata Lyceum
– Maria Zanolino (vwo) – Dr. Albert Schweitzer
– Demi Luiken (havo) – Dr. Albert Schweitzer
– Willian LiNg (vwo) – Abel Tasman College
– Sophia Vermaas (havo) – Abel Tasman College
– Roshan Jain – International School of Curaçao
The CBCS wishes the students much success with their next studies and hopes they will return to one of our islands after finalizing their studies.
Ian O’Connor (vwo) – Milton Peters College, his mother on the left along with CBCS representatives.
Group photo of the Curacao graduates.