Flow joins with the nation in celebrating with the one thousand, seven hundred and twenty-four (1,724) children who successfully passed the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA). Results from the examination were released by the Ministry of Education on Monday, 12th June 2017, putting many nervous parents and students at ease.
Flow proudly invests in the development of education in Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique through the Flow Scholarship Programme, which has facilitated full scholarships for secondary and tertiary education for the last 25 years. Every year the full-service telecommunications provider awards nine (9) secondary school students and two (2) tertiary level students with a full scholarship for the duration of their studies. Over 375 students have graduated from this programme to date.
“Our management and staff celebrate the recent achievement of all CPEA examinees who will be entering the secondary school system in September, and with the children of our employees who have been successful this year. We congratulate all parents, guardians, and teachers who worked diligently towards the development of our young minds. Flow remains committed to fulfilling our promise of providing the telecommunications tools that will enhance learning for the kids of our nation, as they are the future,” commented Country Manager James Pitt.