ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Popular Principal of the Althea Scatliffe Primary School Marieta C. Flax-Headley has for the second year in a row copped the coveted accolade of Principal of the Year and modestly said she could not do it without the support of her teachers and parents.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Carlisle House of the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) blew the competition out of the water, scoring 279 points to emerge champions in the first ever LIME Superfast Broadband Challenge cheerleading competition held at the Multi-purpose Sports Complex last evening March 25, 2015.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – With the Easter season on the heels and school being out for that celebratory time, founder of Write To Read Ms Sharie B. de Castro has teamed up with her fellow educator and twin sister Sharia de Castro to create a programme that is designed to have children gainfully occupied as their parents head off to work.
VALLEY, Virgin Islands, VI - Mrs British Virgin Islands, Mrs Shevone A. Findlay activated her platform of "Empowerment through Education" with the delivery of 15 electric fans, compliments of Mourant Ozannes, to the Bregado Flax Educational Centre – Secondary Division recently.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Faced with the frustrating circumstances of ailing/limited firefighting equipment and accessories, Chief Fire Officer Mr Zebalon A. McLean has assured his officers that he is not prepared to give up the fight to get the things necessary to have their jobs done in the most effective and comfortable manner.
Juliana E. Georges is a First Form student who joined St George’s Secondary School after completing her primary education at the St George’s Primary School. She was born in the South of London, England on September 17, 2003 and moved to the Virgin Islands later that year.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – On March 25, 2015, all roads will lead to the LIME Superfast Broadband Battle, a cheerleading faceoff among four rivaling teams of cheerleaders from the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS).
EAST END, Tortola, VI – “Bullying is a serious issue that affects our school aged children in the BVI and they were several students that had reported to me that they were fearful of staying in their classrooms. They were also fearful because they were being bullied by others on campus and not only in their classrooms,” commented Guidance Counselor Shaunice A. Leonard.