Tag Archives: Girls High School


Congratulations are continuing to pour in for the Girls High School and the Starlift Steel Orchestra for retaining their titles in the VINLEC Junior Panorama Competition yesterday. The Girls High School took the top spot in the Schools Category with Soca Battlefield by Fireman Hooper. Bishops College Kingstown placed second with Mas in the Hospital… Continue Reading →


The New York Chapter of the Girls’ High School Alumnae Association will be providing educational support to one student entering the Girls’ High School in September this year. The scholarship recipient will receive funding towards the purchase of books and uniforms, transportation and lunch. Interested applicants must write an essay of no more than two… Continue Reading →


The Girls High School and the Starlift Steel Orchestra are celebrating today, after coming out on top in the Vinlec Junior Pan Fest, held at the Victoria Park yesterday. The Girls High School was first in the Schools category, with C.W. Prescod taking the second position and the Marriaqua Government School taking the third spot…. Continue Reading →


The winner of the 2017/2018 RBC/RBTT Young Leaders Program was announced at an Awards Ceremony this afternoon. The Young Leaders Programmewas launched in November last year, under the theme: “I Am We: Leading Change in the Community”, and is intended to bring out leadership qualities in young people Participants in the programme were challenged to… Continue Reading →


Principal of the Fair Hall Government School, Sharon Morgan-Peters, said the institution is at the forefront of the thrust to promote Inclusive Education in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Mrs. Morgan-Peters said there are currently some 20 students enrolled at the institution with disabilities including Dyslexia and Autism. Head of the Girls High School, Michelle… Continue Reading →

GHS 104th Anniversary Lecture

The 104th Anniversary Lecture of the St. Vincent Girls High School takes place tonight at the Frenches House. This year, distinguished alumna and a 1996 National Scholar, Dr Arusha Campbell-Chambers, presents the topic “Empowering Caribbean Women to Embrace Self-Care and Self-Preservation”. Dr. Campbell-Chambers is the current Vice-President of the Dermatology Association of Jamaica and is… Continue Reading →