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Secondary school registration begins for SEA grads
More than 17,000 students who sat the Secondary Entrance Assessment examination will begin registration for their respective secondary schools from today. Parents are asked to walk with both original and copy of their child’s birth certificate, SEA result slip, three passport-sized pictures, and parents’ national identification cards.
At Holy Name Convent Secondary School, Point Fortin, registration takes place today from 8 am. Orders for school uniforms, security fee payments and the sale of school and hymn books and Bibles will also take place today.
El Dorado West Secondary School’s registration will take place on July 9. Students must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and seated in the Hebe Millette Hall from 8 am.