Posted by Juanita Pinder on Nov 07, 2019
 
Congratulations to Kristman Moss, President of the Interact Club of The Central Eleuthera High School 
Kristman was recently pinned as the Head Boy of The Central Eleuthera High School.  President Kristman, is an Honor Roll student who has maintained a grade point average of 3 point and above throughout high school.  Through much hard work, President Kristman has obtained 8 BJCs (5As, 2Bs and 1C) and 8 BGCSEs (2As, 1B and 5Cs).  He sat 2 BGCSEs in Grade 10 and 6 in Grade 11 and has been recognized by the Ministry of Education for Academic Excellence.  President Kristman has represented the Emma E. Cooper Primary School as the 2014 Bahamas Student of the Year Honoree, where he competed with primary school students from around The Bahamas.  A budding musician, Kristman is a member of the Freedom Marching Band and has participated in the Bethune Cookman University Summer Band Camp for several years consecutively in Daytona Beach, Florida.  President Kristman is the eldest son of PP Colin and Patrice Moss.  He has a younger sibling, Cameron Moss, also an Interact Club member.
 

 
 
 
  
The Rotary Club of Eleuthera extends congratulations to the Assistant Secretary of the Interact Club, Equoia Gibson  
Equoia is a 2019 the Ministry of Education BGCSE SCHOLAR and a 2014 Bahamas Student of the Year Semi-Finalist for the Governor’s Harbour Primary School, now Emily G. Petty Primary School. Equoia is a Grade 12 student at Central Eleuthera High School and has recently earned the prestigious title as the school's Head Girl.
Equoia sat 5 BGCSE'S in the Grade 11 and received 4A's and 1 C:  Mathematics - A; English Language - A; Spanish - A; Office Procedures - A and History - C.  She successfully obtained a BGCSE in Grade 10 - Economics - A. 
 
Equoia competed against high school students around the island of Eleuthera and was successful in obtaining the title of Junior Minister of Tourism for Eleuthera.  She has represented the island of Eleuthera to compete nationally against her peers for the coveted title of National Junior Minister of Tourism.  This talented and ambitious young lady is also a member of the Freedom Marching Band and has participated for several years in the Bethune Cookman University Band Summer Camp in Daytona Beach, Florida.
 
 
 
 
 
Congratulations to Trequan Hanna, Treasurer of The Interact Club of Central Eleuthera High School
Trequan was recently honored with the title of Deputy Head Boy and also the Top Outstanding Male Student (Grade 11) bestowed upon him by the Central Eleuthera District Youth Council.
He has successfully passed 4 BJCs with As (Maths, Technical Drawing, Religious Knowledge and Social Studies; 2 Bs  - English Language and English Literature; 2 Cs  General Science and Spanish.  He has successfully sat BGCSEs – 2 Cs – Maths (Core) and English Language (Extended).  Trequan has obtained a score of 1030 in the SAT exams.  He has been on the Principal’s List and Honor Roll status.  In grade 10 he was a CEHS Star and Prefect and now honored to be selected as Deputy Head Boy.  Trequan is a community-minded young man who volunteers with the Cancer Society and is a budding musician.  He is a member of the Freedom Marching Band and also The Bahamas National Symphony Orchestra.  Trequan has participated for several years in the Bethune Cookman University Summer Band Camp in Daytona Beach, Florida.