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September 23, 2014
Kiwanis donates playgrounds to Cat Island schools

A native daughter of the soil and a descendant from Dumfries and New Bight, Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Christine King's passion for service took her beyond New Providence where she has settled the last 24 years.
It took King back to her hometown in Cat Island to give back to the children in the island's northern settlements - Dumfries and Orange Creek. She was instrumental in funding and organizi...

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January 30, 2012
SAC dominates BAAA High School Relays

The St. Augustine's College (SAC) Big Red Machine added another high school track and field title to its collection on Saturday, capturing five divisions at the annual Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations' (BAAA) High School Relays.
The Big Red Machine ran off with the under-15, under-17, under-20 women and the under-13 boys divisions. The Queen's College Comets carted off three titles, in...

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St. Andrew's School Foundation Names New Development Officer
October 27, 2009
St. Andrew's School Foundation Names New Development Officer

The St. Andrew's School Foundation is very excited and proud to announce the appointment of Nicole Treco to the position of Development Officer. Ms. Treco comes to the Foundation as an alumnus of St. Andrew's School which she attended from Pre-Reception through Year 12. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communication from the University of Miami and has worked in Advertising, Public Re...

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September 06, 2016
Parents protest over state of school in Moore's Island

EDUCATION Director Lionel Sands said that officials were monitoring a situation in Moore's Island, Abaco, in which parents reportedly barred their children from attending school on Monday to protest the failure to repair the island's school over the summer.

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January 13, 2014
American para-triathlete, Hector Picard to host Triathlon for The Beacon School

American para-triathlete and motivational speaker Hector Picard, the first and only "Double Arm Amputee" 3x IRONMAN will be visiting Grand Bahama Island March 24th - March 31st...

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February 19, 2014
Anglican Schools' Festival gets underway today at St. John's

The Anglican Schools' Festival is sponsored every two years under the aegis of the Anglican Central Education Authority (ACEA). The festival has grown into a highly anticipated event and has now become firmly established as a part of the Anglican tradition.
During the festival, students of the four Anglican schools - St. John's College, St. Anne's School, Bishop Michael Eldon School out of Grand ...

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February 12, 2014
Top Northwest District students recognized

Candis-Amber Petty, a former student of H.O. Nash Junior School who is currently a student at C.R. Walker Senior School, was recognized for her academic achievements in the 2013 Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) examinations at the 12th Northwestern District Thanksgiving Awards and Recognition Ceremony.She was graded at A grades for the eight exams she sat (and finished in a three-way tie for ...

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March 12, 2014
A new day dawns with The Providence School

Come September a new learning institute for children in their formative years, known as The Providence School will be an option for parents seeking a different kind of education for their children other than a "black and white book and chalkboard institution", but rather a laboratory where students pursue dreams, cultivate creative ideas and inspire those around them, according to the Head of Scho...

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January 14, 2016
Long Island schools receive face lift from holiday travellers

Hurricane ravaged schools in Long Island benefited from the community service of The Domestic Tourist and a group of island hoppers this Majority Rule Holiday, as the crew travelled to the island for a weekend of giving back.

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August 17, 2011
Bittersweet End to Summer

The long lazy days of summer are winding down, and with all of the new, cool back to school stuff purchases in the closet just waiting to be used, many children are eager for the opening of the new school year to be reunited with friends and swap stories of their summer vacation.  For one group of students summer is coming to a bittersweet end.  While they're looking forward to school and learning...

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