Gibraltar College holds an awards ceremony and launches a photo exhibition

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Gibraltar College held its awards ceremony last week and opened a photo exhibition.
Students enrolled in the Personal and Social Development course opened an exhibition of their photographs at John Mackintosh Hall on Tuesday.

The photos were taken during the Youth Arts Jamboree program run by Gibraltar Cultural Services in association with the Gibraltar Photographic Society and will be on display until the end of the week.
“This was an opportunity to promote the Marigold Project, an experience where students grow marigolds, collect seeds and design PR materials to promote it,” said a college spokesman.

Then on Thursday, Gibraltar College celebrated its 11th awards ceremony at Boyd’s King’s Bastion.
Fourteen students received awards in front of an audience consisting of Minister of Education Dr. John Cortes, joining Education Director Kerri Scott, parents, staff and friends.

“Thanks to the generosity of their sponsors, Trusted Novus Bank, the event was a complete success,” the college said.

“The awards aim to recognize students’ achievements, their holistic development, their commitment and commitment to learning, and their academic progress.”

“Life can sometimes be tough for our young people, but despite their hardships and insecurities, they shine through.”

The awards were as follows: Best Attendance Award – Level 1 2022 – Jade Yusifredo;
Best Participation Award – Stage 2 2022 – Johan Tante; Best Participation Award – Stage 3 2022 – Mie Juul Jensen Alvarez; Most Improved Achievement Award – Tier 1 2022 – Sean Garcia; Most Improved Achievement Award – Level 1 2022 – Karim Hayane; Most Improved Performance Award – Stage 2 2022 – Aaron Lopez; Most Improved Achievement Award – Tier 3 2022 – Ella-Louise Vinet.
Commitment Price – Tier 1 2022 – Laila Maddah; Commitment Award – Stage 2 2022 – Jestina Balban; Commitment Award – Level 2 2022 – Emilia Viktorova; Commitment Prize – Tier 3 2022 – James Bruzon; Commitment Prize – Tier 3 2022 – Lili Mae Cruz.
The 2022 Roin Sampere Award went to Mariam Ben Brahim, while the 2022 Best Overall Performance went to Eleazar Centeno.

Gibraltar College is hosting an open evening on Tuesday 21st June from 6.30pm to 8pm in the main building.
This offers potential applicants, along with their parents or carers, the opportunity to meet teachers and get first-hand information about courses for September 2022.

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