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The Saint Joseph College of Cap-Haitien wins the sixth edition of the Précis Gnie competition

  • May 8, 2024
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In Haiti, there are still inter-school engineering competitions which fascinate the country’s young people. This is the case in Cap Haïtien where the competition called Precise Genius gave rise to a shock final on May 4, 2024, which pitted Collège Saint-Joseph against Collège Notre-Dame du Perpétuel Secours. It is rare to see so many young people motivated by an activity relating to knowledge in a country where debauchery almost always prevails over knowledge.

In a captivating duel, Collège Saint-Joseph emerged victorious from the sixth edition of Précis Génie. With a remarkable performance throughout the competition, the Saint-Joseph College team demonstrated exceptional mastery of knowledge and unwavering determination to achieve victory. The final of this competition brought two teams face to face who competed in intelligence, offering spectators an unforgettable experience.

The close score of 180 to 175 shows how much the teams were equal! This great victory was greeted by the many supporters of Saint Joseph College, who celebrated until late at night.

In a statement after the final, Frantz AZÉMAR, Secretary General of Précis Génie, expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the competition. “This edition of Précis Génie was a real test of knowledge and intelligence,” he declared. “The participants showed exceptional commitment and demonstrated their ability to innovate and think quickly and well”

Reginald Destin, General Coordinator of Précis Génie, highlighted the positive impact of this event on the region’s youth. “Précis Génie is much more than just an academic competition,” he said. “She inspires students to excel in their studies and pursue their dreams with determination.”

Maurice Firmin, Northern Departmental Director of Education, congratulated the participants for their exceptional performance. “This competition showcases the talent and intelligence of the youth of our region,” he said. “She encourages students to develop their academic skills and strive for excellence in everything they do.”

While Saint Joseph College celebrates its victory, Précis Génie is already preparing for the next edition, with the objective of continuing to inspire and promote academic excellence among young people in the region.

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