Lopey House (YELLOW) with 774 points and Staff House (GREEN) with 931 points head standings leading up to tomorrow’s GECCU St. Vincent Grammar School and Girls High Schools joint Athletics Championships at the Main Arnos Vale Playing Field starting at nine O’clock in the morning. Second for the Grammar School is Millar House (GREEN) with… Continue Reading →
Girls High School will play against Petit Bordel Secondary School in the Girls Division of the Secondary School Basketball Championship at 3 O’clock this afternoon at the New Montrose Basketball Facility. At half past four, Bishop College Kingstown will meet West St. George Secondary School.
Today saw 145 young ladies from the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Girl’s High School (GHS) end their tenure in secondary education. The school boasts a 97.9 percent pass rate in this 2015 CXC examinations, with 14 girls tacking 12 subjects, and 4 achieving grade 1s in all 12 subject areas. Feature speaker Michelle Samuel… Continue Reading →
The results of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment have revealed that yet again, females in St Vincent and the Grenadines continue to outperform their male counterparts at the academic level. According to the results released yesterday, 88.6 percent of females attained a passing grade in the exams compared to just seventy-three percent of males. In… Continue Reading →
The Information Technology Services Division will host a two-day Web Development and Mobile Application Workshop from today, targeting young women and girls from the age of 15. The event is being held to coincide with International Girls in ICT Day which will be observed tomorrow Thursday April 23rd, under the theme: Girls & Women &… Continue Reading →
Members of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Girl Guide Association will be out in full force yesterday afternoon, as to take part in a centenary parade, to mark the culmination of celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of guiding in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Parade is scheduled to leave the Memorial Hall… 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 →