Reports are that police officials responded to a call from the school about the incident, at about 9:00a.m today. The stab victim was taken to a hospital for treatment. Both the victim and alleged attacker are fourth form students.
Fifteen-year-old, Felicity Florton who is also a student of the George Charles Secondary, was stabbed multiple times in Pavee, Castries by 18-year-old Stephon Joseph of Pavee, Castries on Thursday, June 12.
Joseph was a former student of the same school. The two had had struck up a friendship at the time Joseph was attending the George Charles Secondary School.
In June this year, the police said during 2013 and mid 2014, they confiscated a number of weapons from students at various primary and secondary schools within the education districts 1 to 3.
The weapons included: 35 knives, 26 scissors, a 24-inch cutlass, eight metal eating forks and a piece of wood with a nail embedded in it and three four-inch penknives.
Other items found included a bottle of alcohol, several ounces of marijuana, a golf club, a live .380 bullet and a rope measuring 57 inches, which was intended to be used for committing suicide.