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Freeport, Grand Bahama - With ticket sales in full swing
Festival Noel is gearing up for a real "Sweet 16." As part of this year's annual event local high schools and the
College of The Bahamas will compete for the coveted title of Chef Noel.
Confirmed for this year's Chef
battle event are Catholic High School, Eight Mile Rock, St. George's and the
College of The Bahamas. "These
students are real...
Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald appealed to teachers last night to be more concerned about students with learning disabilities, and said he expects that with training they will do a better job of identifying those students this year...
The special needs school at the former Our Lady's Catholic Primary School will be completed by the end of this month and opened in September, Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald said yesterday.
Last April, Fitzgerald announced the government will spend more than $1 million to renovate the former school into an institution for special needs students.
The school was expected to be completed earl...
Nassau, Bahamas - Rodney Moncur, coordinator of the Bain and Grants Town Urban Renewal office, conducts an inspection of Brownies during the celebration of Flag Day at Our Lady's Catholic Primary School November 16.
Two teams who tangled in the Catholic Primary Schools basketball playoffs last year, will meet in the best-of-three championship this year. The Our Lady Blue Flames stifled the Xavier's Giants in their sudden death playoff game, 31-23, yesterday, and the St. Cecilia's Strikers blasted the two-time defending champions St. Bede's Crushers, 29-10.
Blue Flames 31, Giants 23
The Giants outscored the Bl...
THE Government plans to convert Our Lady's Catholic Primary School into a special education centre for the disabled, Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald said.
"Look around. Think about what you see. Give thanks."
A month ago, we paid tribute to Fr. Bonaventure Dean who died in Canada on May 16, after a protracted battle with prostate cancer. That column covered his life in The Bahamas, focusing primarily on his career which spanned the period beginning with his ordination as a Roman Catholic priest in 1963 up to the time that he left St. Augustine's ...
Abaco, The Bahamas - St. Francis de Sales Catholic School student
Ashanti Duncanson recites "Junkanoo", during the recent E. Clement
Bethel National Arts Festival adjudications, at the St. Francis de Sales
Church, in Marsh Harbour, Abaco.
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- A large number of former and current Freeporters will be returning to the island of Grand Bahama on January 19, 2012 for a reunion.
The group consists of former students of Freeport High School and Grand Bahama Catholic High School, families, and friends who lived in Freeport in the 1960s and 1970s. Oragnizer Diane Lawrence reports there are already 200 plus in the group...
The Auburn Plainsman: Things seem to be rolling right along for Auburn's own Caribbean track and field treasure.
women's track and field coach Henry Rolle was born in the town of
Freeport on Grand Bahama, where track is the most popular sport.
It was here he ran the 100-meter dash and hurdles while attending a private Catholic high school of about 400 students.
Rolle said life was f...
ABACO - 24
NORTH ABACO - 11
Shiloh Baptist Church
Grand Cay All Age School (Preschool room only)
Church of God Pentecostal
Green Turtle Cay
Amy Roberts All Age School
Church of God
New Hope Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Faith Walk Church of God
Fox Town Primary School
New St. Andrew Bapt...
Freeport, Grand Bahama
- As thousands of students across the island headed back to the
classroom last week, students of the Lewis Yard Primary School, were
greeted by a newly refurbished campus at the former St. Vincent DePaul
Catholic School to welcome them into the 2012/2013 school year. The
relocation initiative, came as a result of Government and private sector
partnerships, and ac...
As Team Bahamas readies to compete in the upcoming 42nd annual CARIFTA Games, 17 athletes from Grand Bahama are among their ranks as The Bahamas plays host to the region, March 29 to April 1, 2013. Several well-known Bahamian track and field standouts hail from Grand Bahama...
No team is favored and no lead is safe! It's been that kind of year in Catholic Primary Schools basketball as, once again, a pair of games went down to the wire before the winners emerged. The Xavier's Giants got their first win of the year as they held off the charging Sts. Francis/Joseph Shockers, 25-23, and in the feature contest yesterday evening at Loyola Hall on Gladstone Road, the defending...
"Project Grow", born out of the "Be Active, Eat Smart" programme, kicked off at St. Cecelia's Catholic Primary School recently when programme facilitators, Generali Worldwide Insurance, through its partners, Home Grown, donated hundreds of vegetable seedlings to the school's garden.
By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
THE St Bede's Crushers and Xavier's Giants closed out the Catholic Diocesan Primary Schools Basketball League with victories at Loyola Hall on Monday.
But with the sudden death playoff scheduled for Wednesday, league coordinator Vanta Culmer noted that it might just be delayed because of the outcome of the two games.
The Catholic Board of Education yesterday continued its 2011 primary schools basketball league with a double header at Loyola Hall, Gladstone Road.
In the opening game, the Xavier's Giants nipped the Sts Francis & Joseph Shockers 25-23 to win their first game after losing their first two. The Shockers dropped their second game as the two teams are even at 1-2.
Jamal Davis scored 12 points in the...
A magistrate yesterday fined a 17-year-old girl for breaking into a school and stealing electronic items and a vacuum cleaner.
She was one of four people who were initially charged in connection with the theft of the items from St. Francis and St. Joseph Catholic Primary School in August 2009.
Amid scathing criticism surrounding the handling of the multimillion-dollar New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP), Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham confirmed yesterday that the government is seeking outside help for the remainder of the project.Over the past several months, some members of the public have become increasingly frustrated over the controversial road works, which have led to l...
The Government of The Bahamas will continue to ensure that greater disability inclusive development be introduced into the national fabric
Freeport, Grand Bahama -- As Team Bahamas readies to compete in the upcoming 42nd annual CARIFTA Games, 17 athletes from Grand Bahama are among their ranks as The Bahamas plays host to the region, March 29 to April 1, 2013.
Freeport, Bahamas - It
was an historic day for Grand Bahama Catholic High School, as it hosted
its first annual Flag Day ceremonies last week. Under the auspices of
the Minister of Grand Bahama, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, the
Director of Catholic Education in the Bahamas, Mrs. Claudette Rolle, and
former Counsel-General, Mrs. Katherine Forbes-Smith, it was an occasion
of pride and respec...
On Friday, 24th April 2009 Miss Tia Duncombe, a student of the Grand Bahama Catholic High School emerged as winner of the second annual ‘The Customer 1st Associates Ltd.’ High School Speech and Debate Contest. The competition took place at the Foster B. Pestaina Parish Hall of Pro-Cathedral, Christ The King.
Genymphas Higgs, 18, is the first Grand Bahamian to receive the All-Merit Scholarship.
Members of the Royal Bahamas Police Force in Grand Bahama, headed by Senior Assistant Commissioner and Officer in Charge of the Grand Bahama and Northern District Emrick Seymour hosted the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, Thursday, December 10, 2015.