Jamaica is blessed with many brilliant minds and this young lady is no exception.
We take pleasure in making people aware of some of Jamaica’s outstanding academic achievers from time to time.
Sadé Dunbar is a resident of Spanish Town, Jamaica.
She graduated from Immaculate Conception High School with an “A” average.
She has a whopping 18 passes in CXC/CAPE subjects with 18 distinctions (grade ones).
Currently a medical student at the University of the West Indies, Sadé represented Jamaica in the International Scripps Howard Spelling Bee in Washington D.C.
Despite working part time while attending school, Sadé still found the time to participate in extra-curricular activites.
She also participated in the 2012 Math Olympiad in which she proceeded to the semi-finals as well as a Chemistry Competition.
Her dedicated work has resulted in her success in her Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) exams where she received grade ones in: Mathematics, English A, English B, Spanish, Information Technology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Human and Social Biology, Caribbean History and Additional Mathematics. This dedication resulted in her being awarded 3rd place for English Language, Top Student at Immaculate Conception High School as well as 2nd overall Science student in Jamaica. This excellence continued in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) where she received ones in Pure Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Communication Studies for Unit 1.