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Speyside makes it four

Speyside High School’s Juhchelle Archie is the winner of the 2016 edition of the Tobago Secondary Schools Art Competition. Her winning piece was entitled ’D’ Washer Woman”.

The piece will be on the cover of the Office of the Chief Secretary’s 2017 calendar.

Archie was one of the finalists in last year’s competition. This time, she edged out three of her schoolmates for the top prize, earning Speyside Secondary the $10,000 prize for top school in the process. The prize-giving ceremony for the competition was held yesterday (December 13) at the Scarborough Library Facility.

Three students from Scarborough Secondary, three from Goodwood High School and two from Bishop’s High School completed the list of finalists.

Chief Secretary Orville London told the students that the competition, which has been run for the past five years, will be one of the activities he’s most proud of, especially for its impact on the development of young Tobagonians.

“I’m proud to be associated with this activity,” London said, “because not only does it allow us to expose and to explore talent but to participate and contribute to the development of the island’s young people.”


Director’s Awards

Keandra Johnson (Speyside Secondary) – Nature’s Beauty

Mataffie Pascall (Speyside Secondary) – Beauty Within

Merit Awards

Kelshawn Thomas (Goodwood High School) – Tobago’s Beauty

Aurie-Ann Jakerov (Bishop’s High School) – Mother Tobago

Special Awards (Division of Education, Youth Affairs and Sport)

Avi Joshua Chami (Speyside Secondary) – Bombay

Alyssa Ross (Bishop’s High School) – Bago Blooms

Special Awards (Division of Community Devleopment and Culture)

Jahmone Madden (Roxborough Secondary) – Arnos Vale Water Wheel

Angel Taylor (Signal Hill Secondary) – The Binary State of Tobago’s Production

Chief Administrator Award

Shanice Ward (Goodwood High School) – Birds Galore 2

12 Finalists

Terichelle Baynes (Scarborough Secondary) – Folklore Underneath

Reine Adriana Martineau (Scarborough Secondary) – Monday Night Mas

Shaffique Jones (Scarborough Secondary) – Shango Dancers

Angel Melville (Speyside High School) – Our Lost Treasure: The Buccoo Reef

Marie-Ann Mohammed (Bishop’s High School) – Nature’s Message

Miciah Richards (Bishop’s High School) – Smile Bright, Tobago

Shadika Ash (Goodwood High School) – Dancers

Arianna Scipio (Goodwood High School) – Boy Days

Destiny Mark (Goodwood High School) – Old Time Tobago

Deandre Bryan (Speyside High School) – Heat Ah ‘D’ Riddim

Sharre Davidson (Speyside High School) – Ice Cream Gathering

Juhchelle Archie (Speyside High School) – D’ Washer Woman


Juhchelle Archie (Speyside High School) – D’ Washer Woman


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