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Minister of education: Spelling Bee champ is a role model and inspiration
National Spelling Bee champion, Charles Hamilton Jr., is one to be admired, according to Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald. He said the 12-year-old St. Anne’s School student is a role model and an inspiration to all. ...
St. Andrew’s School launches pilot digital literacy program
St Andrew’s School, The International School of The Bahamas, has introduced a pilot digital literacy program for Year 6 students by bringing 45 Chromebook laptops and the “Google for Education” suite of apps, books and videos to the classroom. ...
You are unique!
There are some things that we all need to be reminded of again, and one of these important things is contained in the title of today’s article “You are Unique!” Yes you are. God created all of us in his image and likeness, which simply means th...
Governor General Youth Award marches on despite cutbacks
Heading into the fifth year of its government partnership, the Governor General's Youth Award (GGYA), the nation’s premier youth program continues to post steady growth, according to statistics coming out of its annual general meeting held over the...
T.G. Glover is first public school team to win Bahamas Lego Challenge
In its second appearance at The Bahamas Lego Challenge (BLC), T.G. Glover is the first public school to capture the Champion’s Award in the three-year history of the program. They also took home the Project Award for their website as well as the Ro...
St. Thomas More School’s Performance Art Department donates proceeds of ‘Colors of Love Concert’ to The Cancer Society of The Bahamas
St. Thomas More School sixth grade student Te’ja Munnings’s breast cancer awareness initiative continues to spread as $771 — proceeds from the school’s Performance Art Department’s recent Ribbons For Life: Colors of Love Concert was donated...
Roberts and Johnson win U.S. Embassy Black History Month essay contest
Doris Johnson School’s Tamia Roberts, and Kingsway Academy School’s Alexia Johnson are the winners of the ninth United States Embassy Black History Month National High School Essay Contest, honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who w...
Studying in Canada: Scholars blaze innovative career trails
With the support of The Canadian Lyford Cay Foundation, scholars Christopher Fernander and Nicola Smith are furthering their education and pioneering opportunities for Bahamians. Both scholars have chosen to pursue their education in Canada, a countr...
We’re all on a journey
Today’s title is quite simple, and yet it most definitely contains a very important lesson in truth, we’re all on a journey — yes we are as we travel the road of life. So D. Paul, if we’re on a journey as you put it during this lifetime, what...
Te’ja’s mission
No matter the noise in the market, there are youth who want to make a difference in the community, and are doing just that. Case in point, Te’ja Munnings, 11, isn’t just thinking about how many presents she can get for special occasions — she...
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