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Natasha Albury secures top slot at Florida Air Academy
Abaco native Natasha Albury, 17, was recently appointed director of operations of the Florida Air Academy (FAA) Wing Diamond — one of the top leadership positions among students at the Central Florida college-prep boarding and day school for boys a...
School Attendance Unit to shake things up to combat absenteeism and truancy
The last six weeks in an academic year are considered to be the most challenging with the highest absenteeism and truancy rates among students, according to Anzlo Strachan, chief school attendance officer in the Ministry of Education, Science and Tec...
CIBC FirstCaribbean supports education for non-traditional learners
As education is a major component of CIBC First Caribbean’s four-pronged social impact policy which also promotes health and wellness, staff volunteerism and environmental causes, in a display of the bank’s dedication to education for all, CIBC F...
Sigma adopts Oakes Field Primary School
The Delta Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (Sigma) officially adopted Oakes Field Primary School and agreed to assist with school’s traditional and cultural programs in an effort to develop balanced youths in The Bahamas. Th...
You can make a difference
There’s no doubt about it, as we look around the world today at the beginning of the 21st century, we sometimes observe a rather chaotic sight with problems of great magnitude permeating the global atmosphere. It’s quite easy as we focus on what...
Enhancing education through music
Research has shown that learning music facilitates the ability of students to learn other subjects and enhances skills that they inevitably use in other areas. It is also an avenue for students to be able to further their education through scholarshi...
President’s scholars embrace leadership and learning
Stanley Vanzeylen and Taneshia Swan are no strangers to the rigors of academic life. When they were students at C.V. Bethel Senior and R.M. Bailey Senior schools, respectively, they were exceptional learners. Now, The College of The Bahamas students...
Purpose prolongs life
I was just flipping through the channels on my TV set the other day, when I heard a medical doctor state, that according to a new study, having a purpose can prolong people’s lives by as much as 15 years. Well, whilst it’s indeed good to get the ...
Dreams of post-secondary education realized
Three deserving young men now have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams of post-secondary education as the first recipients of the Lodge Claudius R. Walker 1808 Scholarship. The trio will study at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (B...
BNT staff pursuing further academic goals
Education never stops, and, as such, five Bahamas National Trust (BNT) staff members — Alannah Vellacott, Shelley Cant, Lindy Knowles, Mark Daniels and Krista Sherman — have left to pursue environmental studies degrees. Well-known BNT staff memb...
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