Cash prizes as trio shines in essay contest
Three students took home a cash prize for their participation in an essay competition on sustainability, renewable energy and climate change
Chance to win $100 by drawing your favourite pet
Young artists have the chance to win up to $100 by drawing their favourite pet.
Arielle McPhee is a tenth grade student at Windsor School, Albany.
THE BTVI STORY: It’s a double triumph for Shernique Stuart
Shernique Stuart is about to be a two-time graduate of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).
Students tour Parliament
Primary school students at the Tambearly International School took a field trip to the Parliament of The Bahamas last week.
Deron and Sherrrai Hudson are a brother and sister duo whose academic achievements have landed them on the honor roll at Faithway Christian Academy.
Young achievers celebrated
JUNIOR Achievement (JA) Bahamas celebrated outstanding achievers, volunteers and schools this weekend.
THE BTVI STORY: Lavardo conquers college and CARIFTA
A sporting dream planted by Lavardo Deveaux at four years old took a different direction and recently blossomed into a rewarding reality. The 17-year-old, who balances college student and track athlete responsibilities, captured a silver medal at this year’s CARIFTA Games while preparing for final exams.
Basketball is just the start
THE Lucayan Youth Organisation is more than just basketball.
FIFTEEN-year-old Aaliyah Smith is a tenth-grade student at Elite School of Excellence that has maintained a 3.8 GPA.
Nurses Edge Training Institute graduates speak about their motivation
THE Nurses Edge Training Institute (NETI) held its graduation ceremony last week, ushering new additions into the local healthcare system. The Tribune spoke with some of the graduates from the Patient Care Technician (PCT) programme about their experiences and motivation behind entering the healthcare system.
Meet media technology student Nathan Bowe.
Meridian School takes to the stage for the 50th year of Independence
THE MERIDIAN school celebrated the 50th year of independence with its lively school production held last week.
Young artists shine at car show
THE ANTIQUE Auto Club of the Bahamas’ held its 20th annual art competition which drew in dozens of youngsters eager to show off their creativity and artistic skills. The judges considered 51 submissions from students ranging from five to fifteen years old, with Imani Carter of Queens College taking her division and overall top prizes.
Academy celebrates cadets
THE LJM Maritime Academy held its annual Founder’s Day events last week, which included a pinning ceremony and the Battle of the Cadets activity day.