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The Providence School honors star pupils
Honor roll and star students at The Providence School were recognized in a unique way — they were showcased during the school’s student body’s production of “Sunrise@Providence,” their version of The Counsellors Ltd. show “Bahamas@Sunrise...
 
 
Four awarded Tara Xavier Hepburn Foundation scholarships
Four new students have been awarded the Tara Xavier Foundation Scholarship for the 2014-2017 school years bringing the number of scholarship recipients up to 26 since the inception of the scholarship program in 2007. Receiving scholarships were form...
 
 
Clean sports takes center stage
A new, national art and essay competition demonstrated students’ deep appreciation and understanding of the concept of clean sports. Approximately 59 entries from 13 schools vied for a top spot in the Bahamas Anti-Doping Commission (BADC) inaugura...
 
 
The joy of helping others
There’s no doubt about it, there is absolute truth contained in the title of today’s article “The joy of helping others” — it’s very real. Yes it is. Let me give you a couple of examples from my own life. Many years ago, I was introduced ...
 
 
Much to be proud of
Stepping onto the national stage and being recognized as one of the students with the best overall performance in the Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) exams was a moment Nastacia Turnquest describes as “surreal”, but one she was happy to have exp...
 
 
Innovative and creative ways to use language
C.R. Walker High School students were able to discover innovative and exciting ways to use language as a vehicle of thought, creativity, reflection, learning and self-expression during a visit from American poet, author and motivational speaker, Omek...
 
 
Crooked Island High School students lauded
Crooked Island High School principal, Maegan Colebrooke, is a believer in students always striving to improve themselves, which she says is always a move in the right direction. And she is constantly reminding the student populace at her school of th...
 
 
Governor’s Harbour Primary School captures Eleuthera Jr. Junkanoo title
With the funding and support of its sponsor, Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), Governor’s Harbour Primary School was able to take first place in the Eleuthera Junior Junkanoo Parade’s Primary School Division. The colorful bunch who swept ...
 
 
GGYA participants stroke toward gold
Ten participants paddled into Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) history following a successful four-day kayaking adventure last Thursday, when they circumnavigated New Providence covering nine miles a day. Seven students from Lyford Cay Intern...
 
 
Real femininity
I usually put some quotes on Facebook each day, which hopefully will make some people stop and think about some important matters on a deep level. A couple of weeks ago, I posted the following eye-opening quote by James E. Faust. “Femininity is not...
 
 
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