Saturday 4 April, 2020

Top girl in Common Entrance wants to be an animator

Zahzara Barrow (center) receives a kiss from mummy Shari Greenidge (left)  as grandmum Natalie Millar (right) looks on.

Zahzara Barrow (center) receives a kiss from mummy Shari Greenidge (left) as grandmum Natalie Millar (right) looks on.

Another prodigy will be heading to Queen’s College this year; with a total score of 239.87 with an A in Composition. Top Top girl at Christ Church Girls, Zahzara Barrow described her expectation of going to one of the island's top schools as nerve wrecking. 

While at the Waterstreet based school in Christ Church, Barrow explained her winning strategy for this year’s Common Entrance Examination which including forgetting the tablet and quitting Brownies. 

She further explained; “I stayed home [...]studying instead of being outside, spending less time on the tablet. I never thought that I would be the top girl.” 

Barrow, a shy one as described by her mother Shari, told the media that she would like to be an animator or an artist. 

Those who extended congratulations to the senior prefect included Principal Orlaine Benn who said she was happy for Zahzara and believes it will be positive for the school. 

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Zahzara’s father Michael Barrow, a bookworm himself, said he expected Jazara to probably get 100 per cent in mathematics. He too was ecstatic. Zahzara had a total score of 99 in mathematics and 96 in English. 

Dad added there will be many more surprises in store for Zahzara.  

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