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Students of St Agnes High School shine with good marks in SSLC

Published On : 14 May 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru,: St Agnes High School wrapped up another academic year with an excellent performance in SSLC examination of the Karnataka state. Two of its students have been listed among the state toppers standing in the second and third place in the state.

Jayani R Nath, a student of the school stands II in the state having secured 624/625, and Ashlyn Pinto stands III with a cumulative score of 623/625 and in the recent Std-X State board exam. Another student of St Agnes High School Hitha R has secured 621/625. Jayani R Nath scored a 100% in Kannada, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and 99.2% in English.

Ashlyn Pinto secured 100% in Kannada, Mathematics, Science, and Social Science, 99.2% in English, and 99% in Hindi.
Hitha R obtained a 100% score in Hindi, Science, and Social Science, 99.2% in English, 99% in Mathematics, and 98% in Kannada. All the three students are said to have been very attentive in the class, actively participating in extra-curricular activities of the school.

Sr Rita Matilda Pinto, the headmistress of the school appreciated the hard work and the determination of the students in attaining the highest scores. The staff and parents of the students showed delight and pride in the achievers, congratulate them, and wished them the very best in their future studies.

Ashline hails from Maryhill and is the daughter of Nirmala Shaila D'Souza, an accountant by profession, and Anil Pinto, a technician.

 







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