Our Lady of Guadalupe High School’s celebration of academic achievement awards Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 January 2016 00:00

On Tuesday, 12 January 2016, the Our Lady of Guadalupe High School (O.L.O.G) in Belmopan, celebrated the academic achievements of its students for the First Semester of the 2015-2016 school year.
The celebration of academic achievements took place at O.L.O.G.’s basketball court. The program included the issuing of Certificates of Achievements to its 71 Honor Students. 71 students completed their First Semester with overall averages of 85% and above.

Furthermore, in recognition of the dearth of Math Majors at the University of Belize, and of the need of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) majors and specialists to the Belizean Society and Economy, O.L.O.G. has created a Math Trophy, and issued Math medals as well.

A Math Trophy showcased at this ceremony, was given to the most outstanding student in the subject of Math at the end of the school year. One Third Year Math Medal, Two Second Year Math Medals, and two First Year Math Medals were issued on Tuesday. Recipients of these medals are students with the highest Math Average at the end of the First Semester.

Present at this ceremony to place the Math Medals around the necks of these hardworking and deserving Honor Students was Superintendent Anthony Rosado, Commander of the Police Training Academy. Superintendent Rosado possesses a Masters in Pure Mathematics from Murray State University and is currently completing his Doctorate in Strategic Management from Edinburgh University.

O.L.O.G. is very proud of its Honor Students. Currently, one out of every five of O.L.O.G.’s students is an Honor Student.
O.L.O.G. forges forward fulfilling its motto, “Searching for knowledge. Growing in Wisdom”.