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Samaiya Lundy is nation’s top primary school student
Samaiya Lundy, 11, a student of Sunland Baptist Academy in Grand Bahama, was awarded the 2015 Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year award on Saturday. The 19th annual awards ceremony was held by the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Fo...
Commissioning ceremony held for Education graduates of COB
The latest graduates from The College of The Bahamas' School of Education were formally welcomed into the community of educators on Tuesday, in a ceremony that has become a staple event on the COB commencement calendar. Approximately 100 graduating ...
Cloudy days pass
Joel Osteen told of a rather long period some years ago, when the weather was completely overcast for days. Finally, one morning as he was feeling a bit down in his office looking out of the window at the bleak, dark and dismal scene; the clouds star...
Anatol Rodgers celebrates tremendous successes
Recent successes from Anatol Rodgers High School students have proven that the Mighty Timberwolves are front-runners in producing quality performance. “We are a quality school producing quality students and they are expected to demonstrate quality...
Bahamas Spelling Bee champion competes in Scripps next week
WASHINGTON, D.C. – When he competes next week in the Scripps National Spelling Bee at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in a suburban area of Washington, D.C., Bahamas National Spelling Bee champion Charles Hamilton Jr. will be spel...
Lyford Cay Foundations grants $10,000 to BETA Camp
In keeping with its commitment to support Bahamian non-profits and community building, Lyford Cay Foundations granted $10,000 to the Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Camp. This investment will enable more public school students, ...
Nothing happens by accident
Those who are Parents are indeed more than familiar with the expression uttered from time to time by our children when they mess up in some way, spill a glass of milk, break something, etc. and that often used expression is “It was an Accident”. ...
Philadelphia’s Global Leadership Academy visits GB
FREEPORT – Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville on Monday welcomed a large number of students from Global Leadership Academy Charter School (GLA) of Philadelphia to Grand Bahama. GLA is a kindergarten thru eighth grade school with two sm...
Recognizing the best and brightest primary school students
The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation will recognize 121 students from public and private schools in New Providence, Grand Bahama and the Family Islands in the 2015 Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Awards Program. This ...
Flexible, not rigid
You know, I’ll admit to you my valued readers here today, that when I was younger I was in fact very inflexible. I would get an idea in my head and would pursue it with great passion and energy. However, when I encountered difficulties of any kind,...
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