18-year-old Chloe McClymont is an aspiring Mathematician from the district of Bodden Town. She is currently interning as a Pricing Intern at Greenlight Re. As a young woman motivated by the pursuit of excellence, Chloe has boasted an admirable academic record. During her tenure at Clifton Hunter High School, she was frequently among the top performing students. Chloe graduated with 14 subject passes in the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC). Due to her outstanding performance and contribution to the school brand, she was designated as a High Honour's graduate, and was also named Student of the Year, in addition to receiving the EY Academic Excellence Award (valedictorian).
Chloe received various awards at graduation including: recognition as Head Girl, subject awards for Mathematics and Information Technology (IT), and the Key Club Award. Most recently she has completed an Associate of Science in Mathematics with Honours, and was also the highest achiever in the programme. She considers passing her CSEC Math in Year 8 with a grade one, to have been one of her most major academic achievements, and looks forward to making more waves in her academic journey.
Chloe is also driven by social progress and determined to play her part in nation-building. She has engaged in many extra-curricular activities as part of her dream to pursue holistic personal development. Chloe represented the Cayman Islands internationally on the national Netball and Rugby teams and as the Key Club Lieutenant Governor. She was even the host of the radio programme "YouthFlex," a youth empowerment initiative by the Youth Services Unit.
Chloe is a Level One England Netball Certified Coach (Assistant Coach). Interestingly, she is also fascinated by fast cars. Chloe hopes to give back to her community by mentoring and assisting students in Math in her free time.