Pearson Pillay was next best at Kingsway with a 91.75% aggregate and eight distinctions from nine subjects.
This will allow pupils a competitive edge with practical facilities and specialist expertise on site.
The project rewards schools for going the extra mile to clean-up and beautify their properties.
“I was scared because I’m quite terrified of black mambas, but I’m able to handle the skin,” – Dominic Meredith.
Kingsway will boast an upgraded medical supply centre for educators, pupils and professionals to do their first aid courses.
The 17-year-old academic tied for second place with 94%.
The teachers have done a great job in preparing pupils for trials.
The 17-year-old academic finished first in the region and in the top five nationally.
“A smile is the beginning of peace”
National Arbour Week is from 1 to 7 September.
Two golf days will be held to raise funds for Aedan.