Recently, the instructors involved in the Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC) held a conclave to discuss both progress and challenges.
The Ministry of Education and Technical and Vocational Training has praised the nation’s newest Rhodes Scholar, Jervon Sands, a graduate of Saint John’s University.
ST George’s High School hosted a local college-career fair recently to expose students to post-secondary opportunities available in the Bahamas.
Rachea Fernander, pictured top, is a ninth grade student at LW Young Jr High School and was awarded the position of deputy head girl during their recent prefect instillation ceremony.
High School students got a chance to experience college life through the Morehouse College Alumni Association’s Immersion Excursion.
Primary schools received fruit trees from BAMSI as part its One to One initiate.
The Ministry of Education launched the second phase of the National Breakfast programme yesterday, expanding the initiate to include hundreds of Family Island students.
LW Young Junior High School held its student leader’s prefect instillation ceremony last week and appointed 38 students as prefects for the duration of the school year.
They were 11 eager young men who swarmed around the vehicle like busy bees. The excitement was evident as they were presented with the opportunity to diagnose the multiple issues the owner faced.
The Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture wrapped up its youth month activities with the annual Youth in Parliament at the House of Assembly last week.
Harbour Island student won local scholarship and awards for academic achievements.
Students at Sadie Curtis Primary School displayed their artistic skills with their visual art display.
Students displayed their culinary skills during the Bahamas Young Chef Culinary Competition.
Bahamas Reef Environmental Educational Foundation (BREEF) held its annual Eco-Schools Bahamas (ESB) Coordinators Workshop for educators from around the country.
Youth Month festivities continue with appreciation breakfast for Grand Bahama youth leaders.