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YOUNGSTERS ATTEND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH WORKSHOP

YOUNGSTERS ATTEND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH WORKSHOP

🕔10:00, 19.Aug 2011

A large number of young people, drawn from the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School, the Junior Red Cross and the community, found much pleasure and learning opportunities in attending a three-day workshop on Reproductive Health at the Teachers’ Resource Centre.  

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Eusvon Brooks Graduates With BSc

Eusvon Brooks Graduates With BSc

🕔10:19, 15.Aug 2011

On July 21, 2011, Eusvon L. Brooks graduated from the University of Northampton in the United Kingdom with a BSc (Hons) Biology degree. She completed her freshman and sophomore years at the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI), St. Thomas

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ANGUILLA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2011 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

ANGUILLA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2011 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

🕔09:18, 29.Jul 2011

Dr. Bonnie Richardson-Lake, Chair of the Anguilla Community Foundation and the Executive Director, Mrs. Arlene Bailey Franklin, presented scholarship awards to the 2011 recipients. Two scholarships which were awarded included: The Anguilla College Scholarship for students interested in medical services

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VPS TURNS OUT LARGEST NUMBER OF GRADUATES

VPS TURNS OUT LARGEST NUMBER OF GRADUATES

🕔09:25, 15.Jul 2011

The Valley Primary School, having the largest student population of all the other such schools in Anguilla, had the biggest graduation of students on Monday, July 4.   Valley Primary School’s Graduating Class of 2011 There were a total of

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FIFTY GRADUATE FROM OREALIA KELLY SCHOOL

FIFTY GRADUATE FROM OREALIA KELLY SCHOOL

🕔09:21, 15.Jul 2011

Fifty students graduated from the Orealia Kelly Primary School on July 5, where the theme of the ceremony was “Together we Aspire, Together we Achieve.” The keynote speaker was Shellya Rogers, a former student, now the reigning Miss Anguilla. She

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I8 PRE-SCHOOLERS GOING ON TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS

I8 PRE-SCHOOLERS GOING ON TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS

🕔09:20, 15.Jul 2011

While the primary schools have graduated a number of their students, who will now be attending Campus B of the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School in September, they are being supplied with new pre-school pupils.   The Island Harbour Baptist Pre-School

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CENTRAL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SENDING 15 TO CAMPUS B

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SENDING 15 TO CAMPUS B

🕔09:19, 15.Jul 2011

The Central Christian Primary School, run by the Central Baptist Church at Rey Hill, is to send fifteen students to Campus B of the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School in September.   The Graduating Class of 2011 The programme was outlined

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St. Mary’s Pre-School:67 Graduated, 60 New Pupils Registered

St. Mary’s Pre-School:67 Graduated, 60 New Pupils Registered

🕔11:17, 8.Jul 2011

The Anglican Church-run St. Mary’s Pre-School is showing steady growth, despite the number of children now about to leave there to enter the Government Primary School education system.   Teachers with Graduating Class of 2011 while Mrs. Chanelle Petty-Barrett delivers

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14 VVPS STUDENTS FOR ALHCS CAMPUS B

14 VVPS STUDENTS FOR ALHCS CAMPUS B

🕔11:10, 8.Jul 2011

When the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School begins its new school year in September, 14 students from the Vivien Vanterpool Primary School, at Island Harbour, will be among the new entrants in Campus B.   VVPS Graduating Class of 2011 in

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VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL’s FIRST PHASE FORMALLY OPENED Completing Funds from Windsong (Anguilla) Foundation

VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL’s FIRST PHASE FORMALLY OPENED Completing Funds from Windsong (Anguilla) Foundation

🕔10:03, 8.Jul 2011

A new block, an expansion project at the Valley Primary School, accommodating three large kindergarten classrooms, was officially opened on Friday, July 1. The once-stalled building was completed with a contribution of US$175,000 from the Windsong (Anguilla) Foundation.   Children

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