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Scholarship provides educational opportunities in the arts
Sonovia “Novie” Pierre is one of the many Lyford Cay Scholars who was able to jumpstart her career in the arts with the support of a Harry C. Moore Memorial Scholarship In The Arts. The Lyford Cay Foundation continues to pave the way for young Ba...
 
 
Lakia Rolle: Failure is not an option
Failure is only the direct result of not applying hard work and choosing to maximize your potential, according to Queen’s College senior Lakia Rolle. The 17-year-old was recently awarded the Paul L. Adderley Award for the best Bahamas General Cert...
 
 
Tapping into future careers
Shanando Moss has always wanted to work with his hands, and appears to be on his way to fulfilling that dream as a student of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute’s (BTVI) dual enrollment program studying in the trade career path. “I w...
 
 
Belief is everything
This article was written not long after the substantial win of the United States (U.S.) presidential election by businessman Donald Trump. Now as the whole world knows, when Donald Trump first announced his decision to run in the 2016 U.S. presidenti...
 
 
Jordan Hutcheson makes history
As an impressionable little girl Jordan Hutcheson remembers digging holes in her backyard valiantly trying to make her way to China while her grandmother, Marion Hutcheson, fried fish in the kitchen. She had dreams. Her family encouraged her dreams. ...
 
 
Scotiabank sponsors Eva Hilton’s Junior Achievers Elementary Programme
Eva Hilton Primary School students have been given the opportunity to explore five sequential themes, each with six hands-on activities and a capstone experience that works to change students’ lives by helping them understand personal finances and ...
 
 
Catholic Schools Week celebrated
Catholic school students were reminded by Archbishop of Nassau Patrick Pinder that they should feel privileged to be enrolled in the finest Catholic school system in the region, as the Bahamas Catholic Board of Education (CBE) celebrated Catholic Sch...
 
 
Are your dreams big enough?
Now here’s a really provocative, but never-the-less very important question for all of us to ponder here for a while today, are your dreams big enough? Mohammad Ali the former heavyweight champion of the world once said, “If your dreams don’t s...
 
 
St. Cecilia’s School students pull off the sweep
St. Cecilia’s School students Khyla Jones and Craig Simmons will be the Catholic schools’ representatives at the 18th Bahamas National Spelling Bee. Jones, 11, a sixth grade student, correctly spelled the word “durability” after a 30-round f...
 
 
Sixth grade student brings joy to her peers
Nicholl’s Town Primary School sixth grade student and head girl Hannah Edomwonyi, had a “lightbulb moment” when she realized that she was more fortunate than most of her peers in North Andros who were devastated by Hurricane Matthew, losing the...
 
 
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