McDonald’s serves up Big Macs, McFries and Fine Art and Customers are Lovin’ it.
Select students in Grand Bahama will have an extra school day when they return to class in January — and no one is complaining.
Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) recently travelled to Crooked Island and Acklins to share educational programming with local island high school students.
The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) and New England Institute of Technology, Rhode Island, signed two new articulation agreements on Wednesday.
Joe Darville, director of the environmental movement Save The Bays, conducted an educational workshop on conservation and the environment for students in Freeport.
The Governor General Youth Award (GGYA) programme has brought four new units on stream in places where it’s needed the most – less populated Family Islands.
Under the theme, “Transforming Mindsets & Embracing Opportunities to Financial Empowerment” schools across the Bahamas celebrated National Careers Day on Tuesday, 22nd October.
Five students from the National After School Art Programme received monetary rewards at a presentation ceremony held on Wednesday, 25th September, 2013.
McDonald’s teams up with St. Andrews Kirk to donate backpacks, supplies to students.