The project at a cost of 30-million EC dollars, includes a Lecture Theatre Building, A Student Union Building and the Teachers’ Building. In addition, there are two hard courts and an uncovered seating area or bleachers. Renovations were also done on the existing buildings from the first and second phases. This project was financed by… Continue Reading →
Keneshia Llewellyn took the judges nod and will represent the School at the National Secondary Schools’ Miss Heritage Pageant 2015. Keneshia also won the Best Ambassadorial speech; Best Talent and Best Cultural Wear categories. The First Runner-Up is Keithryl Miller – who also won the Best Interview and Second Runner-Up is Kaiia Phillips. The Most… Continue Reading →
MR MOHAMMED KING better known as MOHAM formerly of Rockies, Largo Height, Diamond and Rillan Hill died on Sunday 12th October at the age of 39. The funeral takes place on Tuesday 28th October at the Kingstown Seventh Day Adventist Church. The body lies at the church from 1:00 p.m. The service begins at 2:00…. Continue Reading →
More than four hundred students across the country were presented with Scholarships yesterday under the Human Resource Development Scholarship Programme of the Republic of China on Taiwan. The scholarships were officially handed over to the Principals of Primary and Secondary schools and post-secondary students at a ceremony at the Peace Memorial Hall yesterday. From Chief… Continue Reading →
A joint Radio Discussion Program was held yesterday, as the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank ECCB continues activities as part of Financial Information Month under the theme “Soar to Succeed”. The panel of Financial Experts focused on the topic: Recovering from Financial Disasters: Assessing and Managing Your Financial Risk.