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LCIS graduates its largest cohort
Shantinique Miller and Elkera Cooper did battle in the best possible way over the last three years, and at the first public schools combined graduation ceremony, the C.C. Sweeting (CCS) Senior High School students had attained the highest grade point...
 
 
LCIS graduates its largest cohort
The 20 members of Lyford Cay International School’s (LCIS) 2017 graduating class have received over $648,000 in scholarship money to attend universities in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Europe — a list that includes institutions o...
 
 
Save The Bays donates to six schools for environmental programs
Students at six northern Bahamas schools will find environmental programs in their institutions next year due to a donation from Save The Bays. Officials from recipient schools Sister Mary Patricia Russell Junior School, Eight Mile Rock High School,...
 
 
Lauryn Rolle selected for the Global Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine
Lauryn Rolle, a student at Bishop Strachan School (BSS) in Toronto, Canada, has been selected by her school to attend the Brandeis Global Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine in Boston. Rolle, who will be entering 11th grade in September, was the ...
 
 
Young, creative writers encouraged to enter MOT student essay competition
The Ministry of Tourism (MOT) and the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) are looking for the best young creative writers in the Caribbean, for entries into the 2017 FCCA Foundation Children’s Essay Contest. The contest is a prerequisite t...
 
 
UB team second in Caribbean student colloquium
Bahamian students were among the rising stars at this year’s Caribbean Tourism Organization Students Colloquium in New York. A team of four University of The Bahamas (UB) students placed second in the annual competition with their plan to make The ...
 
 
Weather station expected to support the advancement of STEM learning at Aquinas College
A newly installed weather station at the Aquinas College campus is expected to enhance student learning, provide an additional avenue for public access to weather information and support the advancement of science, technology, engineering and mathema...
 
 
A ‘Johnnie’ speaks
As Raymond Mitchell graduates college and prepares for the next phase of his life, he believes that if he had the opportunity to travel back in time to speak to his high school self, the advice he would offer his younger self would be the same that h...
 
 
Bahama Out Islands Promotion Board funding endowed scholarships at UB
The Bahama Out Islands Promotion Board (BOIPB) is collaborating with the University of The Bahamas (UB) to build capacity for skilled human capital as the bedrock for robust economies in the Family Islands. BOIPB is contributing $550,000 to establis...
 
 
Home court advantage
University life is as much about camaraderie and forming lifelong bonds as it is about academic success. When Reuben Goodman left Eleuthera to pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in computer information systems at the then College of ...
 
 
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