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June, 2018

  • 27 June

    Walker’s Cay Owners Pledge and Deliver Tablets to Students

    Carl and Gigi Allen, Texas Philanthropists, continue their commitment to empowering Bahamian students by ensuring they have access to the latest, cutting-edge educational technology.  The Allens are leading the way and building on their long-term commitment to advancing educational opportunities. During a stop at the Grand Cay All Ages School …

August, 2016

  • 10 August

    Nature Detectives Camp Explores Island Mysteries

    Friends of the Environment’s last camp of the Summer for Central Abaco, themed “Nature Detectives,” was held the week of July 25. A group of seven young adults, led by Education Coordinator Cassandra Abraham, participated in solving mysteries found in the various habitats of Abaco. From mangroves to the beach, …

April, 2016

  • 27 April

    Grand Cay Principal Donates Sporting, School Goods to North Abaco Schools

    Grand Cay All Age School’s Principal Arnald Cooper is a generous man. After receiving donations from close friends, he decided to donate some of what he received to the principals of North Abaco primary schools, namely Shantel Cox of Treasure Cay Primary School; Yolanda Curry of Fox Town Primary; and Cardinal Woods of Cooper’s Town Primary School.

February, 2016

  • 11 February

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    By Brittney Nairn “Congratulations to The Bahamas’ youngest new scientists – Jasmine Russell and Jameka Cooper – who traveled to Nassau and captured first place at the Young Scientist Eureka Competition [and Exhibition],” praised Arnald Cooper, principal of Grand Cay All Age School. “Congratulations to you and your class teacher …

March, 2013

  • 15 March

    Grand Cay students participate in Majority Rule Day

    Last month, Majority Rule Day was marked by a special event at Grand Cay All Age School. The observation of the day was highlighted with a special assembly to inform and educate the students, teachers and the community about the history that caused this day to be prominent. Principal Arnald Cooper emphasized the importance and necessity for everyone to know where we came from in order to understand where we are going.