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The top graduating student for 2016 is...
From a field of approximately 100 applicants, 17 have risen to the top and were interviewed with the prospect of being named this year’s All-Bahamas Merit Scholar (ABMS) as well as secure a $140,000 scholarship towards their undergraduate studies. ...
 
 
57 public school graduates receive scholarship awards
Out of 70 public school graduates that originally qualified for this year’s Public School Scholarship awards, 57 were able to accept the offer and follow through to the visa process, which means the Bahamian Government along with 10 colleges and un...
 
 
Cat Island students to participate in 2016 Youth Ambassadors Exchange Program in the U.S.
Six Cat Island students have been selected to participate in the 2016 Youth Ambassadors Exchange Program in the United States. Ashley Major, Wesinque Emmanuel and Annjerneva Linden, ninth and eleventh grade students respectively at Arthur’s Town H...
 
 
BTVI signs agreement with LJM Maritime Academy
In a world where the view of technical education is shifting, the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) and LJM Maritime Academy (LJMMA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for further training and skill development of their...
 
 
A Trinidad adventure
When Aquinas College student Rajeyve Smith joined the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) in 10th grade, his main goal was to sharpen his leadership skills to aid him on his journey to ultimately becoming an educator and authority figure. He had...
 
 
Andros adventures and Sandyport Beaches for Bahamas National Trust campers
Forty high school students explored the natural environment and ecosystems of the country this summer with the Bahamas National Trust’s (BNT) Eco-Camp. With the support of Sandyport Beaches Resort which provided the camp with free accommodations fo...
 
 
Struggles strengthen
Firstly, I really am a sucker for alliteration, thus I love coming up with titles like this — “Struggles Strengthen.” Actually my first book was titled “Success Is Simple” and my second book was titled “The Science of Selling” and of co...
 
 
College-bound 15-year-old Androsian
Kaylandra Woodside knows without a shadow of a doubt that references to the fictional television character Doogie Howser M.D. are bound to happen with a certain generation, especially when they learn the Central Andros High School graduate will enter...
 
 
Bianca Barone and Jewel Thompson awarded Alf Thompson Memorial Scholarships
Bianca Barone and Jewel Thompson have been selected as the two newest Alf Thompson Memorial Scholarships for Shark and Marine Research scholarship recipients. The New Providence residents will intern at the Bimini Biological Field Station (BBFS) nex...
 
 
PSP scholar Leandra Mackey begins transition to college life
Government High School graduate Leandra Mackey is the College of The Bahamas’ (COB) President’s Scholars Programme (PSP) scholar. She was awarded a $40,000 four-year scholarship to attend COB. She beat out some 30 of her classmates for the award...
 
 
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