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L.W. Young students exposed to technical studies
Students from L.W. Young Junior High School were recently exposed to the art of painting and provided with the opportunity to channel their practical skills at the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). Eleven boys were chosen to particip...
 
 
Queen’s College honors former principal
Queen’s College (QC) honored its former principal, Reverend Charles A. Sweeting, with the renaming of the Queen’s College Infant Quad to the Charles A. Sweeting Leadership Quad, in appreciation of the many contributions Sweeting made to the schoo...
 
 
Bahamian introduces fun, innovative way to reach children
Little would one expect to hear a five-year-old student at a charter school in Atlanta, Georgia screaming at the top of her voice: “Where is BahamaMan?!” But it is happening, and it is happening more and more at a growing number of kindergarten a...
 
 
Lyford Cay International School gets new development director
As Lyford Cay International School (LCIS) commences its second five-year strategic plan and prepares for the expansion of the secondary school, LCIS has recognized the need to strengthen its development efforts. With this primary goal in mind, LCIS a...
 
 
Self-control is vital
There’s no doubt about it, there are a whole lot of very angry people, whom I personally have observed, who appear to have no self-control whatsoever. These kinds of hot-tempered people just appear to fly off the handle for no apparent reason thus ...
 
 
A rising star
Every one of us has unique gifts and talents. Our gifts manifest themselves differently, and David Jonathan Allens was born on May 14, 2000 with the gift of music. He is a 10th grade student at Queen’s College and will be presented with the Risin...
 
 
Scholarship recipient tours Scotiabank
The winner of a Scotiabank-sponsored scholarship from The Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation, Amani Stuart, recently toured the bank’s main branch and corporate offices on Bay Street. The St. Augustine’s College (SAC) seventh ...
 
 
Calmness creates strength
Sometimes the uninitiated may in fact think that the loudmouth, the very aggressive person who is always trying to force their will on everyone else are the very strong people. But my friend, sometimes quiet, reserved people are the ones who in the ...
 
 
Scouts engage in community cleanup initiative
As the saying goes, “cleanliness is next to godliness”. Just this past Saturday morning, dozens of scouts and cub scouts assembled at the South Beach Pool and beachfront location to conduct a general cleanup of the area. This effort came about as...
 
 
Youth Rake N’ Scrape band off to New York
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald bade farewell to the Rhythm & Youth Rake N’ Scrape Band of The Bahamas Rake N’ Scrape Company, on October 6, as the band prepared to depart Lynden Pindling International Airport ...
 
 
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