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Stop the BS — it’s reality time!
Now I believe that everyone understands fully what BS stands for without me spelling it out here today. It means I guess, that we need to stop trying to fool others and of course we need to stop trying to fool ourselves. As the title puts it, stop th...
 
 
The amazing journey continues
The amazing journey continues this summer for the 26 lucky public school students from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Long Island who were selected to participate in the StemForce Bahamas (SFB) program. This summer, the cohort will travel to the Pa...
 
 
Lyford Cay International School plans expansion
In an effort to remain one of the most sought after educational options for students in junior pre-kindergarten (JPK) through 12th grade, Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) officials have charted a strategic plan for the way ahead. This will incl...
 
 
Michael Wallace is junior minister of tourism 2017
St. Anne’s School student Michael Wallace is the new junior minister of tourism 2017. Wallace beat out 13 other students from around the country to win the highly competitive speech competition. He said the experience was invaluable. As the Unite...
 
 
NGM Major School students win Model United Nations Simulation
NGM Major School’s India Wells and Chrysanthea Fox will travel to New York as members of the delegation of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas to take part in a session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), and to observe as The Bahamas gives ...
 
 
Abaco Central High School renamed Patrick J. Bethel High School
The Abaco Central High School has been renamed the Patrick J. Bethel High School. Prime Minister Perry Christie said the renaming was fitting for the man he said was a prominent educator and nation builder, who, even post-retirement, remains an acti...
 
 
FirstCare announces 5th annual Autism Awareness Essay Contest
FirstCare Medical Plan, in collaboration with REACH (Resource and Educational source for Autism and other related challenges) and the Ministry of Education, invites high school students throughout The Bahamas to participate in the fifth annual Autism...
 
 
A new day
As we all know, when we awake in the morning, hopefully after a good night’s sleep, we begin a new day — a day in which we can literally start to change our whole life. Isn’t that a very exciting thought? Yes indeed it most certainly is. You se...
 
 
Informed, equipped and empowered
Sadie Curtis Primary School upper grade students have been informed and empowered on what’s happening to their bodies as they hit puberty and prepare to move on to the next phase of their educational journeys at the junior school level. Katherine ...
 
 
BTVI scholarship opportunity for former and current residents of Ranfurly
A minimum of four transitioning or former residents of the Ranfurly Homes for Children will now have an opportunity to learn a trade at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) by way of a scholarship fund. The scholarship fund is the b...
 
 
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