Former St. Dominic High student graduates from UVI with honours | THE DAILY HERALD

Alexandria Baly-Stanford (left) and UVI President David Hall.

PHILIPSBURG–Former St. Dominic High student Alexandria Baly-Stanford graduated with honours from University of the Virgin Islands on May 17.

The University of St. Martin (USM) alumnus graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences and a minor in Political Science. Baly-Stanford, who has been accepted at schools both in the United States and Europe, has decided to pursue a degree in International Law at Maastricht University’s Faculty of Law, beginning this Fall.

Baly-Stanford grew up in Rambaud and attended Methodist Agogic Center (MAC) early stimulation and primary school and subsequently St. Dominic High.

She has been awarded several scholarships and awards during her four years in university including American University of the Caribbean (AUC) School of Medicine scholarship sponsored by University of St. Martin and AUC, the UVI Scholarship, Hazel Fleming Scholarship, Malik Sekou Political Science Award, the Barnett Frank award for Highest Grade Point Average (GPA), the Social Science Award and Deans List during her four years. She was also Class President of the 2019 graduating Class, a member of the Golden Key International Honours Society and Senior Senator of the Student Government Association.

Her parents are Alexis Stanford and Felicia Baly-Stanford.

Source: The Daily Herald