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Award-winning book inspires students locally and internationally
Oftentimes we tell people, especially our children, that the sky's the limit. We encourage them to do the uncommon, think outside the box and go beyond what is expected of them. That is exactly what eight-year-old St. John’s College student Maria ...
Jemima’s Playhouse puts on vibrant display at Gambier Primary
Nestled in the western end of New Providence is the oldest settlement on the island, settled after emancipation by freed slaves, called Gambier Village. At the crest of the hill after entering the historic village from West Bay Street is Gambier Prim...
Hundreds of trainees graduate from National Training Agency program in GB
“Success is not a matter of luck, it is the result of hard work and commitment.” This quote comprised the final words of encouragement spoken by Shane Gibson, minister of labour and national insurance and minister of the public service. The mini...
St. Andrew’s student wins Elmira College Essay & Speech Competition
A 12th grade St. Andrew’s School student’s idea to get Bahamians fit has won her $60,000 in scholarships to attend Elmira College in New York. Janae Seymour beat out nine other students to walk away with the top prize during the 14th Annual Suns...
C.R. Walker team wins Northwestern District Debate Competition
The all-male debate team from C.R. Walker Senior High School argued and captured the win against C.C. Sweeting Senior High School at the Annual Northwestern District Debate Competition, held at T.A.Thompson Junior High School. The teams captivated th...
C.V. Bethel team wins Southeastern District Debate Competition
C.V. Bethel Senior High School seized the win against R.M. Bailey Senior High School in the annual Southeastern District Debate Competition, held at the C.V. Bethel High School on November 12. The teams fiercely argued their points to support their ...
Fitzgerald tells speech competition finalists confidence is critical
At the fifth Annual Kingdor National Parkinson Foundation speech competition finals on Sunday, November 15, Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome K. Fitzgerald told the fourteen finalists that being a great orator takes great skill but...
Tristar pledges $50k to education program
Tristar Insurance Brokers & Agents Ltd. has pledged to invest more than $50,000 into education through the Tristar Education Optimization Program (TEOP). TEOP is a pilot program designed to provide targeted corporate mentorship and financial sup...
C.V. Bethel using sailing as an educational tool
The students of the C.V. Bethel Sailing Club, along with their advisors, paid a visit to Deputy Director of Education Joel Lewis at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to promote their upcoming regatta, scheduled for November 22nd at Fo...
Urban Design Lab launched in Nassau
The government of The Bahamas, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), The College of The Bahamas (COB), and the Vienna University of Technology (UTV) convened the Urban Design Lab (UDL) in Nassau in order to deploy participative methodologies tha...
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