Under the theme “Expect the Unexpected – Our Destiny Awaits,” twenty students from St Francis de Sales Catholic School graduated on Jun 8, 2018. Among them, the Valedictorian Ashanti Miller and the Salutatorian, Tianna McIntosh. They made their formal entrance watched by parents, faculty members and officials including the Director …
As she walked up the steps to St Francis Catholic Church in the morning of June 18, Hazel Lorene was greeted by students lining each side of the stairs. As she climbed up, each of them handed her a red rose. Smiling, she stopped to thank them with a kiss …
April 28 was ground breaking for St. Francis de Sales Catholic School as the school re-launched its Annual Steak Out, Raffle and Fair. Under the driving force of Mrs. Leandra Kelly-Adderley, Principal; Ms. Kelly Albury, PTA president; and Mr. Elmer Bongon, senior master, the fair was deemed a success. Traditional …
On March 18, 2017 the Interact Clubs of St. Francis de Sales and Forest Heights, joined by their advisors and members of the Rotary Club, took part in a joint service project to clean and restore Owanta’s Pond in Marsh Harbour.
RYLA is a leadership development programme run by Rotary. While participants can be any age, most events focus on secondary school students, university students, or young professionals. RYLA events include presentations, activities, and workshops that cover a variety of topics.
Interact clubs complete service projects that foster goodwill and understanding both in the community, the surrounding area, on a national level and on an international level. On the island of Abaco two Interact Clubs (Forest Heights Academy and St Francis De Sale try to follow Rotary's motto which is, "Service Above Self."
A District Speech Competition was held for students of grades 10-12 at Court #1 at the Bahamas Government Complex on Oct. 16. Students from Abaco Central High School (ACH), St. Francis de Sales Catholic School, Long Bay School, S.C. Bootle High School and Forest Heights Academy (FHA) participated.
A frenzied waving of flags and a motorcade through the streets of Abaco ended in a Junkanoo rush-out at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School.
The Interact Clubs of St Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy took part in Coastal Cleanup Month. The two clubs decided to tackle two areas on Abaco that they deemed needed a cleanup.
Final results are now out for the nationwide E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival with the Abaco’s own St. Francis de Sales School topping the slate of national winners. Judging in this prestigious competition began in January and continued throughout the islands of The Bahamas until June.