WASSCE 2017: Get To Know Holy Child’s 18-Year-Old Audrey Awuttey, The Second Overall Best Student

Audrey Emefa Awuttey is the second best overall student in the 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) that was organized by the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

Just like Jochebed Adwoa Sutherland, the overall best 2017 WASSCE student, Audrey is also a former student of Holy Child Senior High School.

Adwoa Sutherland, Audrey Emefa Awuttey
Audrey Emefa Awuttey (Left)

Besides winning the second best 2017 WASSCE student, Audrey is also the overall best student in Maths, Physics and Chemistry subject areas.

She is 19 years old and currently a student at the University of Ghana Medical School.

She is a member of the science club and hopes to become a medical practitioner with a speciality in Otolaryngology.

An Otolaryngologists (commonly referred to as ENT physicians) are specialists trained in the medical and surgical diagnosis and treatment of patients with diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat (ENT), and related structures of the head and neck.

See Also: Holy Child, Aburi Girls & Achimota Takeover 2017 WASSCE Best Students Awards

She loves reading, dancing and watching movies – we hope she has watched Black Panther at the Silverbird Cinemas already.

According to Rev. Sr. Josephine Anto, the Holy Child Senior High School headteacher, Audrey is a very talented creator. “She demonstrated admirable qualities of a very intelligent, focused, consistent, self-motivated and zealous student.”

“Her academic proficiency, affable disposition, emotional stability as well as the quality and total education acquired from Holy Child school have amply prepared her to adapt to new situation and face the most demanding challenges,” she said about Audrey.

Audrey is an amazing Kuulpeep!

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