Tuesday 16 July, 2019

Deiwght Peters gives back to Glenmuir High, launches scholarship fund

Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters presenting the symbolic cheque to his alma mater, Glenmuir High at the school's recent graduation ceremony.

Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters presenting the symbolic cheque to his alma mater, Glenmuir High at the school's recent graduation ceremony.

Saint International CEO Deiwght Peters had a pleasant surprise recently for the principal and students of his alma mater, Glenmuir High in May Pen, Clarendon, at the school's 2019 graduation ceremony.

Peters, who was the commencement speaker, triggered jubilation when he presented the school with a cheque for $60,000 in honour of the institution's 60th anniversary and his late father, Kenton Peters, a former JP and businessman.

The Saint CEO also confirmed that the Kenton Peters Scholarship Fund will be presented to a member of the graduating class who have successfully matriculated to the sixth form programme this coming September. The successful scholarship recipient will be announced at a later date, he said.

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