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Pathfinders awards 2014 scholarships

On June 25, eight students gathered at New Vision ministries to be recognized. The students, new high school grads and some who have been out of school a while, had received a scholarship from Abaco Pathfinders. After months of interviews, fund raisers and planning it was finally time to “have fun,” according to Pathfinder’s Michael Albury.

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S.C. Bootle makes history at Anchor Club Charter Ceremony

On June 14, S.C. Bootle’s Dynamic Dolphin’s Anchor Club made their mark on history for both the school and the community.

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Every Child Counts School ‘Goes Green’

Congratulations to students and teachers of Every Child Counts School who, since September 2013, have been working towards making their school more eco-friendly. They were interested in acquiring the ‘Green Flag’ certification and the entire secondary section of the school participated.

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Twenty nine new Defense Force Rangers installed

Under the patronage of the Honourable Dr. Bernard J. Nottage, Minister of National Security, and of Commodore Roderick Bowe, Commander of the Royal Bahamian Defense Force, twenty nine Abaco rangers were awarded their graduation certificates during an installation ceremony.

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College Tour Explosion prepares students for college through ACT, SAT testing

Headed by Erica Hepburn, College Tour Explosion took place on May 21-23 on Abaco at Change Ministries International.

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Agape Christian’s 2014 graduates achieve 3.2 and above GPAs

Celebrating 20 years of existence, Agape Christian School held its 12th Commencement Exercise at Grace Gym on May 30.

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Twelve cadets graduate from Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps

The Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC) 5th Graduation Ceremony was held on June 5 at Mangoes Restaurant.

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School mourns loss

On May 24, 16 year old Giovani Knowles, a student at Abaco Central High School, lost control of the car he was driving. The crash was fatal.

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Abaco students win scholarships at Student of the Year Ceremony

Six Grade 6 students from Abaco schools won a total of $12,000 in high school scholarship money at the Bahamas Primary School Student of the Year Foundation's annual awards ceremony in Nassau recently. Every primary school in the Bahamas is invited to enter their top Grade 6 student in this competition each year. Students must not only excel in grade point average but leadership, church activities, community service, sports and extracurricular activities as well.

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Ryerson University students assist at ECC

This year will mark the fourth year that students from Ryerson University in Canada have assisted at Every Child Counts School. This project is beneficial to both the University and the school since the Ryerson students gain valuable experience and the children and teachers at ECC benefit from some excellent assistance.

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