Another 60 get a special mention for their records
Ten students receive extraordinary prizes for their academic performance in Primary and Secondary
A total of 70 students who have completed their Primary and Secondary studies in public, private and catholic state schools in Benidorm yesterday received special mentions and extraordinary prizes for their academic performance during the 2016-2017 academic year from the mayor, Toni Pérez, who holds the competences of Education, recognizing the brightest students of Benidorm and giving a diploma and a gift.
The event was held in the Assembly Hall of the City Council and had first as protagonists 50 Primary School students from CEIP Aitana, CEIP Ausiàs March, CEIP Bautista Lledó, CEIP Els Tolls, CEIP Gabriel Miró, CEIP Miguel Hernández, CEIP Serra Gelada, CEIP El Murtal, CEIP La Cala, CEIP Vasco Nuñez de Balboa, CEIP Leonor Canalejas, CD Nuestra Señora de los Dolores and CI Lope de Vega.
Of these, nine received the Extraordinary Prize awarded by the Regional Ministry for their best academic records in the Valencian Community, while the remaining 41 have been recognized locally for their academic results.
After the act addressed to the Primary students, it was the turn of the Secondary students. One by one the 19 students from the IES centers Pere Mª Orts i Bosch, IES Bernat from Sarriá, IES Beatriu Fajardo from Mendoza, IES L'Almadrava, IES Mediterrània, CC Nuestra Señora de los Dolores and C.I. Lope de Vega worthy of the special mention for his performance. In addition, a student of the latter picked up the Extraordinary Prize awarded by the Regional Ministry at the regional level.
The mayor congratulated the recognized students, wished them that their educational trajectory continues to be fruitful, and assured them that, as well as for their families, it is also "a pride" for them to count on them. Perez stressed that "behind each diploma and recognition there are many hours of study, effort and dedication" of the students and also of "work and involvement of teachers and family", responsible for "instilling values and habits" to these young people.