Mr. Shannon Butler was announced as the 2013 All-Bahamas Merit Scholarship winner and recipient of a four year-$140,000 scholarship.
Nine participants in the Governor General’s Youth Award are headed to Barbados for the Caribbean Award Sub-regional Council where they will have to face a few challenges and hopefully get the Gold Award.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Independence, the Governor General’s Youth Award (GGYA) received the green light to paint a mural on a portion of the perimeter wall of the Thomas A. Robinson stadium.
Remaining top graduating seniors in Grand Bahama received Top Achievers scholarships from The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) as commencement exercises on the island drew to a close.
Tertiary education is within reach for a select group of graduating seniors on Grand Bahama Island, thanks to the Top Achievers scholarship programme instituted by The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA).
In the space of three days, the country’s leading programme for youths “the Governor General’s Youth Award” presented 425 awards to youths in Abaco, New Providence and Grand Bahama.
For the second time Bahamian designer Theodore Elyett has emerged the challenge winner on Mission Catwalk, beating out seven other designers from around the Caribbean to secure the win.
Eleven-year-old Lauryn Rolle of St Thomas Moore Primary School was declared the Bahamas Primary School Student of Year Foundation’s ‘2013 Student of the Year’.
Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology, presented the award for Highest Academic Achievement to Taniesha Swann at the Southeastern District Awards.