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COB graduates 594
Trevor O. Johnson, Jr. a Bachelor of Education with a secondary certification major received top honors for Spring 2016 and took home The College of The Bahamas President’s, Alumni, Governor General’s Awards as well as the School of Education’s...
Bahamian Casey Bethel named Georgia’s 2017 teacher of the year
JADE-ERIN MITCHELL Guardian Intern   Casey Bethel is Georgia’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. The science educator and mentor at New Manchester High School in Douglasville, Georgia, is a Bahamian. As Georgia’s 2017 Teacher of the Year, Bethel ...
St. Paul’s Methodist takes CFAL’S Junior Investor trophy back to Freeport
St. Paul’s Methodist College carted off the Junior Investor trophy to Grand Bahama, marking the second time that the school earned first place in the financial literacy program developed by leading investment and financial analysis firm CFAL. The J...
Jade Dodge pens winning essay
Despite the critical role that women have played in the advancement of their societies, equity with their male counterparts continues to elude them, and the time has come for a paradigm shift, according to Aquinas College student Jade Dodge, who penn...
QC student receives GGYA Gold Award at Buckingham Palace
Queen’s College 12th grade student Nicholas Bower received an epic gift for his 18th birthday. Two days before his birthday, Bower, a participant in the Governor General's Youth Award (GGYA), received his Gold Award in a once-in-a-lifetime Duke of...
BTVI education gives young man hope
Gerrard Russell is determined to not be average. His pledge from his first semester at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) was to remain committed and dream big. “BTVI has given me my ability to dream again. After high school,...
An ‘army of educators’ commissioned at teacher’s ceremony
The latest troop in the “army of educators” as College of The Bahamas President Dr. Rodney D. Smith addressed them was formally admitted into the network of professional educators during the annual Teachers’ Commissioning Ceremony. Approximate...
A civic conscience
I must say that of late I’ve heard a whole lot of people on television refer to what they term as a civic conscience. Yes indeed, in today’s materialistic, acquisition oriented society, for an awful lot of people it’s all about me, what can I g...
Lila Nottage is the best of tbe best
Tamsin Nottage, a Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) sixth grade student in 2014 was first runner-up behind Xavier’s Lower School student Donovan Butler for the Bahamas Primary School Student of the year title. This year, Tamsin’s younger sib...
Liam Davis makes history: one of three valedictorians at Morehouse College’s 132nd Commencement Exercises
Morehouse College’s 132nd Commencement exercise was historic. For the first time three valedictorians were recognized during the College’s Commencement Exercises — one of whom was a Bahamian. Liam Davis, who was one of the three students to gr...
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