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November 20, 2012
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Twenty-one schools for IMMA competition

2009 King and Queen, Sean Davis of Excelsior High and Trudi-ann Campbell of Dunoon Technical. - file

Immaculate Modeling Agency Charity (IMMA) is proud to bring to you the IMMA Mr. and Ms Jamaica High School Talent and Personality competition.

This year we are staging the fifth exciting one Theme ON A MISSION, which will be held on November 24 at the Stephanie Hall Auditorium, Holy Childhood High School beginning at 5 p.m.

Twenty-one schools will be participating in this year's event with 21 females and 17 males Participating schools are: Kingston Technical High, Tacius Golding High, Glengoffe High, Alpha Academy, Camperdown High, Dunoon Technical High, Vauxhall High, Annotto Bay High, Excelsior High, Gaynstead High, Penwood High, Bog Walk High, Trench Town High, Tivoli Gardens High, Charlie Smith High, Clan Carthy High, Cumberland High, Pembroke Hall High, Papine High, Mona High, Lister Mair Gilby High School for the Deaf.

successfully groomed

An eight-week training and grooming workshop is now being held for participants. Participants will receive training in voice and speech, grooming, posture, poise, wardrobe technique, conflict resolution and communication skills.

This project has successfully groomed 500 students. Last year 17 schools with 27 student both from the rural and urban areas

Seventeen-year-old Jovaine Grange a student of Camperdown High was crowned King for 2011 and copped sectional prizes; Most Aware, Most Intelligent and Most Talented rounding off the top three were Mr Excelsior, Cruz Wilson 1st runner Up and Mr Penwood, Justin Hylton 2nd runner-up.

Seventeen year old Samantha Laylor from Convent of Mercy Alpha was crowned 2011 Queen Like Mr Grange she copped the sectional prizes for Most Aware, Most Intelligent and Most Talented. Completing the top three were Ms Ruseas High, Devonie Bernard, 1st Runner-up and Ms Excelsior High Shania Palmer, 2nd runner-up.

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