Today’s teachers should draw inspiration from yesterday’s masters.
Mary Star of the Sea Catholic School’s 17th annual Down Home celebration was a time for reflection for all in attendance who were encouraged to be ‘Proud of Our Heritage’.
Fifteen year old Kenisha Stubbs of St. John’s College, emerged as the junior Young Chef Champion of the 21st Annual Young Chef Championship.
U.S. Charge d’Affaires John Dinkelman presented the U.S. Embassy’s MLK Art Winner, Denzel Pratt with the grand prize an Apple iPad.
Students participating in the 2013 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Adjudications on Grand Bahama say that not only are they showcasing their talents, they are also learning and having fun.
Over 400 students and teachers attended a short concert which illustrated the life of Joseph Bologne, Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges, or the Black Mozart.
Taniesha Rolle of C.R. Walker Senior High School emerged the winner of the New Providence Senior Young Chef contest and will compete in the National Championships scheduled to be held on March 14th.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association has announced that applications are now being accepted for scholarships. Last year Bahamian students received 15 scholarships valued at $65,000.
Kenisha Stubbs of St. John’s High School won the 2013 New Providence Junior Champion Young Chef Contest sponsored by Mahatma Rice and Robin Hood Flour.