Lateefa Noel of the Girls High School is Miss Heritage 2013. (IWN photo)

The Girls’ High School delegate, Lateefa Noel, won each of the judged categories in the Scotia Bank National Secondary Schools’ Miss Heritage Pageant Saturday night and retained the crown for her school.

The 15-year-old, fifth form student won the Best Interview, Best Ambassadorial Speech, Best Talent and Best Cultural Wear segments of the show at Victoria Park in Kingstown.

The more than 10,000 likes that Noel’s photos amassed on Facebook, won her the Digicel Viewers’ Choice Photo Competition.

Noel took the crown ahead of Sharikah Rodney of the St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown.

2nd Runner-up was Terreka Nero of the Buccament Bay Secondary School, while 3rd Runner-up was Mililone Edwards of the West St. George Secondary School, who also took the prize for being most community oriented.

Kia May of the Sandy Bay High School was adjudged Miss Congeniality and had the winning promotional video.

The other contestants were Crystel-Lyn Browne of the Bequia Community High School and Nia Grecia of the Intermediate High School.

The competition was organised by the Girls’ High School.

Lateefa Noel is crowned Miss Heritage 2013. (IWN photo)
Lateefa Noel is crowned Miss Heritage 2013. (IWN photo)

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