- CHAGUANAS: - Alpha Maria Sancho, Anastaziar Sancho, Monica Sancho, Philip Allen Sancho,
- COUVA: - Bevon Esan Sancho, Apollinaris Alvin Sancho, Trudy Sancho
- DIEGO MARTIN:- Cyril Sancho Francisco, Debra Ann Sancho, Gerald Eugene Sancho, Graham Eugene Sancho, Ian Sancho, Patricia Ann Sancho, Jennifer M Sancho
- TABAQUITE/TALPARO: - Julia Alexander-Sancho, Kemba Nakesha Sancho, Sade Nakita Sancho, Simon Sancho, Afiya Titi Sancho, Marvin Emmanuel Akinni Sancho, Triciamarie R Sancho-Persad, John Worrel Sancho
- LAVENTILLE: - Mary Lucia Paul-Sancho, Dexter Sheldon Giles Sancho, Jamelia Janelle Sancho, Kareem Kevin Sancho, Shurland Roland Sancho, Zinette Eileen Sancho-O'neil, Pauline Carla Sancho, Salem Jade Sancho, Alexis Ann Sancho, Glenn Rupert Sancho, Helen Elizabeth Sancho
- SIPARIA: - Damian Dean Sebastain Sancho, Joycelyn Sancho, Lester Wallace Sancho, Samantha Marina Sancho,
- PORT OF SPAIN:- Christine Lystra Sancho, Ingrid Sancho, Sharon Allison Sancho, Shakreem Isaiah Sancho, Robin Arlington Sancho, Sancho, Harthly Sancho, Anthony Sancho, Sancho Martin Delpino
- SANGRE GRANDE:- Sancho Perries Mitchell
- SAN JUAN:- Peter Raymond Sancho
- TUNAPUNA:- Pearl Althea Mc Nish-Sancho
- SAN FERNANDO:- Janet Sancho-Davis, Clyde Sancho, Joyce Sancho, Clifford Sancho, Marsha Wendy Sancho, Ritchard Barron Sancho
- PRINCES TOWN: - Judy Bakhorie-Sancho
British Guiana Government Exhibition to Miss Joyclyenne Loncke who will read for a degree in Arts. Source: Government Information Services, BG - Guiana Diary- Vol. XVI No. # 32; of September 25 –October 1, 1960: page 170.
Guiana Scholar Announced ---November 3, 1960
Minister of Community Development and Education, the Honourable Balram Singh Rai, announced on November 3, that the Governor-in-Council has approved of the following awards for the 1960 British Guiana Scholarships.
E. A. C. Thomas – Queen’s College – distinction in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Physics; Miss J. E. Loncke – Private Candidate - distinction in English Literature and Latin. Good in French; W. A. Ramsahoye – Queen’s College – distinction in Mathematics, (Pure, and Applied), Physics and Chemistry.
Sixty-seven candidates (38 boys and 29 girls) had written the examination. The minister sent his personal congratulations to the winners. He also expressed the hope that they would pursue their new…