Photos/Results: 2013 Outstanding Teen Awards

March 25, 2013

Teen Services hosted the Outstanding Teen Awards recently, with some of the island’s top teens being recognized for their myriad of achievements. Latonia Fray was named the Overall Outstanding Teen for 2013, and a number of other awards were also presented for accomplishments in the realm of sports, leadership, community service, academic, performing arts, visual arts and more.

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Dominique Rawlins was the Spiritual Leadership Female Winner, while Pierre Basden was the Spiritual Leadership Male Winner. Gymnast Morgan Beckles was the Sports Female Winner, while martial artist Kent Bean Jr. won the Sports Male Award.

JayLynn Hines was the Leadership Female Winner, Breon Neverson was the Leadership Male Winner, Arisha Butterfield was the Most Progress Female Winner, and Pierre Basden was the Most Progress Male Winner.

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Constance Campbell was the Community Service Female Winner, Torrae Wainwright was the Community Service Male Winner, Ke-Anne Adcock-Smith was the Perseverance Female Winner, while Kevin Pacheco was the Perseverance Male Winner.

Anna Dobson won the Academic Achievement Female Award, while Benjamin Sayers was the Academic Achievement Male Winner, Courtney Clay was the Visual Arts Female Winner and Nahshon Hollis was the Visual Arts Male Winner.

Katherine Ewles was the Performing Arts Female Winner, Rickai Burrows was the Performing Arts Male Winner, Yanna Smith was the Vocational/Technical Arts Winner

Photos by Anthony Wade, click to enlarge:

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  1. Young Adult says:

    Well done to all the outstanding teens and nominees. CBA you cleaned up well!!

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