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D.W. Davis’ faculty is on a mission
The faculty at D.W. Davis Junior School has been on a mission — to raise the bar and to improve student performance and productivity at the institution that has had a rough past in terms of being labeled a troubled school, due to it’s inner city ...
North Andros High School and Hope Academy gets first GGYA Gold Award earners
North Andros High School and Hope Academy can boast of having its first Governor General Youth Award (GGYA) Gold Award winner. Leann Knowles, a graduate of the North Andros High School, and Kristoff Rolle, a graduate of Hope Academy were the first st...
COB president shares vision for the University of The Bahamas with Rotarians
The long-term vision for the University of The Bahamas (UB) is to have six campuses across the country with international students who fly in to attend UB, most likely passing through New Providence on their way to the UB Centre of Excellence of thei...
Literacy is an outlet to an untouchable world
Whether it’s reading or writing — literacy is an outlet to an untouchable world — imagination. And not only is literacy a basic human right, it is a fundamental building block for learning as well as a personal empowerment tool, and the catalys...
Sol Petroleum Bahamas Limited and Esso dealers offer 10 BTVI scholarships
At least 10 people will be afforded up to two-year scholarships valued at $1,500 to pursue studies at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI), by Sol Petroleum Bahamas Limited and its partners, Esso dealers and vendors, Sol and Friend...
Developing an appreciation for others
Kingsway Academy’s new head girl Italia Clarke, 17, and her schoolmate Denisha Demeritte, 17, have both returned to school with new insights on world views and an appreciation for people who are different from them after participation over the summ...
Willard Patton Preschool students get their hearing tested
The ability to hear is the foundation to a child’s ability to learn, making it important to identify any problems as soon as possible, as a child with untreated hearing loss could have delays in reaching developmental milestones, particularly in la...
It’s all about longevity
As we look around our particular country we can observe people whom we know who do extremely well in life for a short period of time, however, their success is short-lived and just doesn’t last. That’s right, so many people do really great things...
BAMSI prepares to graduate its first crop of students
With year one successfully under its belt, the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute faculty (BAMSI) is focused on a 2015-2016 academic year where it will continue to build a cadre of trained professionals skilled in the areas of marine sc...
Guy Harvey Outpost and Old Bahama Bay make a donation to West End Primary School
A donation of $5,330, proceeds from the Guy Harvey Outpost inspired Burning Wahoo Bonfire Series fishing tournaments hosted by Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbor is already being put to good use at the West End Primary School on Grand Bahama Is...
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