• Better late than never!

    news 20170831Three women, all over 30, are the perfect example that it’s never too late to pursue your academic dreams.

  • Blind Society candidates record notable passes at 2018 CSEC

    Although they were accepted by the Guyana Society for the Blind with little to no academic backgrounds, the blind and visually impaired candidates who participated in the 2018 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate [CSEC] examination were able to secure a 100 percent pass rate.

  • Brickdam Secondary records 92 percent overall passes at CSEC

    Several studies have confirmed the importance of a good learning environment and its influence on students of all ages.news 20170828For many years, the students of Brickdam Secondary school were denied what sometimes seems to be a luxury a conducive environment for learning. However, the school has defied the odds. Brickdam has recorded a 92 percent pass rate at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination.

  • CAPE – CSEC and NGSA 2021 Examinations

    CAPE – CSEC 2021

    The Caribbean Examination Council’s (CXC) Caribbean Secondary Education Certification (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) were written during the period of June -July of this year. The examinations were written later this year due to the effects, consequences, and impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the Caribbean and the world.

  • Care packages for students, teachers as schools set to reopen

    The Ministry of Education will be providing all teachers, students and cleaners returning to school with care packages containing masks, hand sanitizers, face shields and other items to ensure they remain safe before, during and after sessions.

  • Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examination (CSEC) MAY / JUNE 2015

    The May/June 2015 sitting of the CSEC examination is scheduled to be held from 05th May 2015 to 12th June 2015.

    Registration forms for the examination are obtainable at the Examinations Division, Queen’s College Compound and at the Regional Education Offices in Region 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10.

    The closing date for the return of registration forms to the Examinations Division, Queen’s College Compound is Friday 21st November 2014.

    Entries submitted after that date will NOT be accepted.

    Note: From May/June 2015, the Alternative Paper (3/2) for Biology, Chemistry and Physics is a practical examination and will incur a practical fee.

    Sauda Kadir
    Superintendent of Examinations

  • Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examination (CSEC): May - June, 2014

    The May/June 2014 sitting of the C.S.E.C examination is scheduled to be held from 06th May 2014 to 13th June 2014.

    Registration forms for the examination are obtainable at the Examinations Division, Queen’s College Compound and at the Regional Education Offices in Region 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10.

  • Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examination May/June 2021 report on preliminary results

    A total of 9,808 candidates were registered for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) 2021 examinations as compared to 12,009 registered for 2020. Subject entries for 2021 were 61,437. An analysis of the 2021 preliminary results revealed that the overall pass rate at the General and Technical proficiencies for Grades One to Three was 66.36%.
    Improved performance was evident in four (04) subjects and remained constant in six (06) subjects. Outstanding performances were noted in eight (08) subjects where 90% and over gained acceptable Grades (Gr 1 – 3). Some subjects with outstanding performances were Agricultural Science (Double Award) with 93.14%, Information Technology with 92.59 %, Physical Education & Sports with 99.28% and Theatre Arts with 100 %.

  • Celebrating our future!

    – National Award Ceremony honours outstanding performance

    ̶ Education Ministry continues to create opportunities for every child

  • Central High teacher still aims to become medical doctor

    news 20171005A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning. In observing World Teacher’s Day, teachers across Guyana will be recognised for their contributions made in the education sector.

  • Chase Academy boasts excellent CSEC performances

    ...Records 100 percent passes in Mathnews 20170823 16

  • Christianburg Secondary School begins offering CAPE for new school year

    Christianburg Wismar Secondary School (CWSS) in Region 10 has now joined Mackenzie High as the two institutions in that region offering Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) this year.

  • Congratulations are in order from Hon. Nicolette Henry and the Ministry of Education to the Guyanese students who walked away with all the TOP CAPE and CSEC Awards at the CXC Annual Awards Ceremony

    news 20171215 4Congratulations are in order from Hon. Nicolette Henry and the Ministry of Education to the Guyanese students who walked away with all the TOP CAPE and CSEC Awards at the CXC Annual Awards Ceremony last evening in St. Kitts. Onward Upward and best wishes in your future plans.

  • CRMA working to financially support Sophia Night School Students

    The Ministry of Social Protection’s Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency (CRMA) is working to secure finances to help students at the Sophia Night School pay for some of their subjects.

  • CSEC and CAPE 2020 Examination Message

    The Ministry of Education extends best wishes to the candidates sitting the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examination (CSEC) and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency (CAPE) Examination. These are critical examinations since it determines your future course of action and for many of you, your career choices.

  • CSEC and CAPE exams begin today

    …Education Minister lauds stakeholders’ efforts for ardent preparation

  • CSEC and CAPE exams begin today

    …Education Minister lauds stakeholders’ efforts for ardent preparation

  • CSEC pass rate improves to 69 percent

    The Ministry of Education today reported a 69.1 percent pass rate at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), up from 63.68 percent in 2017.

  • CSEC School-Based Assessment Schedule 2014

    The Ministry of Education would like to encourage Parents/Guardians of Secondary School Students to check with your children to ensure
    that they have completed School Based Assessments (SBAs) as outlined in the schedule below.