Top Bac students rewarded for outstanding exam results | THE DAILY HERALD


Successful Bac students Marie-Christella Pierre (second left), Didier Davis (third right) and Aurore Maurin (far right) were joined by Angèle Charville (CEPAC), Jean-Francois Raboteur (Motorworld), Lydia Deride (CEPAC), Jeanne-Rogers Vanterpool (General Automotive Services), and Martine Raboteur (CEPAC) at the presentation on Tuesday. (Robert Luckock photo)

COLE BAY–Motorworld held its annual gift presentation in their showroom on Tuesday afternoon for three of the top Lycée students who excelled in their Baccalaureate exams this year.

Motorworld Sales Manager Jean-Francois Raboteur was joined by co-sponsors from bank Caisse d’Epargne (CEPAC) represented by Angèle Charville, Martine Raboteur and Lydia Deride, and Jeanne Rogers-Vanterpool, managing director of General Automotive Services and President of Fédération de Très Petit Entreprises (FTPE).


The three successful students were Marie-Christella Pierre who achieved a “très bien” grade. She received a cheque for 500 euros from Motorworld and an iPad from CEPAC. Didier Davis (18) achieved an “assez bien” grade and was presented with a laptop computer and iPad from CEPAC.

Aurore Maurin achieved a “bien” grade and received a laptop computer from Motorworld and a cheque for 300 euros from General Automotive Services.

The students were joined by their parents for a glass of champagne following the presentation. Didier Davis studied human resources, economics, and some law and mathematics. He hopes to obtain a Brevet Technique Superieur (BTS) in information technology when he pursues his studies in France this year to become a software specialist.

Marie-Christella Pierre (18) studied science, mathematics, physics and the human body. She will be going on to university in Rennes where she will study science. Her career goal is to become a construction engineer.

Aurore Maurin passed her Bac in Commerce. She will be going to university in Guadeloupe to study the import and export business. She is looking forward to a career in sales and merchandising, working in a port or for a cruise line.

Raboteur said: “We would like to congratulate, through the three students we are rewarding today, all the graduates of St. Martin. Our group of companies (Motorworld/Caribbean Auto) recognizes excellence and encourages it. We thank our partners, CEPAC and Jeanne Rogers-Vanterpool, who are always present at our side and who have the success of our youth at heart.”

Source: The Daily Herald