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BTVI’s dual enrollment program impactful for L.W. Young students
Nine boys from L.W. Young Junior School have been positively impacted since participating in a dual enrollment program at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI). While completing junior school, the ninth graders took three classes a...
 
 
Call for innovation in education
The message was clear for stakeholders to become progressive and innovative in their approach to teaching children within the Commonwealth of Nations. Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald made the appeal to the forum of loc...
 
 
Championing the cause of young people with special needs
On any given day at the Automotive & Industrial Distributors Ltd. (AID) store two young ladies carefully price inventory; at Tops Lumber & Plumbing Supplies a young man stocks shelves; at St. Joseph’s Adult Day Care Centre a young man washe...
 
 
A summer of learning
While thousands of Bahamian students are eagerly anticipating the long, lazy days of summer, one young lady will be spending three weeks of her break learning about the traditions and culture of a foreign country, practice her Spanish and expose hers...
 
 
Lyford Cay International School graduates told to soar
The 14 members of Lyford Cay International School 10th graduating class were reminded that leaders often have to stand alone by Senator Allyson Maynard-Gibson who gave the Commencement Address. “Spread your wings, and with the support of your fami...
 
 
Student news
Aleice Goodman graduates from Lawrence Academy Aleice Goodman, a former student of Deep Creek Middle School in Eleuthera, was among the 104 students who graduated from Lawrence Academy during the school’s 222 commencement exercises in Groton, Mass...
 
 
Vistassja Williams, Michael Miller, Salene Gibson and Alexia Tolas walk away with Laws of Life Essay Competition wins
Aquinas College student Vistassja Williams, Queen’s College students Michael Miller and Salene Gibson and collegian Alexia Tolas all walked away with the top award in their respective divisions in the recent Laws of Life Essay Competition, a joint ...
 
 
BTC adopted schools celebrate their teachers
Students at five New Providence schools were able to treat their teachers to a special day of celebration for Teacher’s Appreciation Day with the help of Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) and the iVolunteers. Eva Hilton Primary School, H.O....
 
 
BTC adopted schools celebrate their teachers
Students at five New Providence schools were able to treat their teachers to a special day of celebration for Teacher’s Appreciation Day with the help of Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) and the iVolunteers. Eva Hilton Primary School, H.O....
 
 
Limited thinking = limited success
I guess that we need to commence here today by acknowledging the fact, which I’ve highlighted again and again over the years, that everything of importance in our lives first commences in the mind as a thought. That’s right, the whole creative pr...
 
 
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