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Eva Hilton Primary School held its annual Career Day Fair at the school grounds on Gregory Street on Monday, February 20th, 2023.  Celebrating the theme, “The future is yours, reach for it", students dressed up in costumes portraying various professions, such as policemen, doctors, and nurses.  Representatives from both the private and public job sectors were on hand to interact with the young excited students as they learned more about different career paths they can take in their future. 

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Anatol Rodgers High School Celebrates CTE Month

The students and staff at Anatol Rodgers High School participated in Career and Technical Education Month activities with demonstrations in various areas including Food and Nutrition, Pre-Engineering, and Business Studies on Friday, February 10, 2023.


Business Studies students built computer models and created items from scratch for sale while also learning about marketing tools in their Entrepreneurship studies.


Pre-Engineering students expressed their desire to continue their winning streak as IBS Build-A-Bridge Challenge champions soon, as they displayed a variety of gadgets which they have constructed. 

L.W. Young Junior High School Hosts Entrepreneurship Exhibition

Under the theme “Inspiring a Future in Bahamian Entrepreneurship”, students studying entrepreneurship at L.W. Young Junior High School participated in the first annual entrepreneurship exhibition at the school’s campus on Monday, March 15, 2023.

Students displayed hand crafted jewelry, lamps and other products made from coconuts and sand.

Minister Glenys Hanna Martin expressed the limitless opportunities that young people have today compared to fifty years ago, stating: “while yesterday we had limits; today, the sky is the limit.”

The exhibition was supported by partners including Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) and Small Business Development Centre (SBDC).

Executive Chairman of B.A.I.C., Leroy Major, and Director of Small Business Development Centre, Samantha Rolle discussed the role of their organizations in assisting aspiring entrepreneurs with their businesses

“Lord’s willing, we will cover every island, every cay in this country to make certain that the facilities that we send our children to are adequate for education and conducive to learning.”


The previous statement was uttered by Thelma Grimes, Council Chairperson of the National Accreditation and Equivalency Council of The Bahamas (NAECOB) during a press conference hosted by the organisation this morning. NAECOB is a statutory body established under the National Accreditation and Equivalency Council ACT of The Bahamas. This body ensures that primary, secondary and post-secondary schools locally are adhering to legal and acceptable standards, all of which are required to be registered under the agency.


Mrs. Grimes noted that the agency recently launched initial school assessments. Thus far, more than 100 schools in New Providence and 33 schools in Grand Bahama have been assessed.


Howard Newbold, Inspector and Council Member noted that the first order of business is to examine safety and security standards of all of the institutions.


Education Minister Glenys Hanna Martin was a part of the panel and she thanked NAECOB’s council members for “the eye that they bring” to this cause.


“I thank you for bringing this aggressive agenda and understanding the importance of ensuring the qualitative state of education,” Minister Hanna Martin said.


Also, in attendance were: Permanent Secretary Lorraine Armbrister; Acting Director of Education Dominique McCartney Russell; Cassia Minnis, Registration Officer; Thelma Grimes, Council Chairperson; Howard Newbold, Inspector, Council Member; Shena Williams, Council and Inspector; Dorothy Anderson, Inspector; T. Nicola McKay, Deputy Chairperson; Willard Barr, Council and Inspector.

Examination & Assessment Division hosts Annual National Awards Ceremony   

The Examination and Assessment Division of the Ministry of Education and Technical and Vocational Training recognized students who performed excellently in the 2022 national examinations on Monday, February 13, 2023, under the theme “Rewarding Excellence in National Examinations.”  


Minister of Education and Technical and Vocational Training Glenys Hanna Martin, State Minister Zane Lightbourne, Permanent Secretary Lorraine Armbrister, Acting Director Dominique McCartney-Russell, and other Ministry executives were present to congratulate students   for their remarkable achievements.   


Minister Glenys Hanna Martin brought congratulatory remarks to the students andthe family members of students present at the WilliamJohnson Auditorium, Church of God Convention Centre on Joe Farrington,describing the awardees as a “distinguished cadre of young Bahamians.”  


The Examination and Assessment Division has delivered the BJC and BGCSE examinations for thirty consecutive years.

Doris Johnson Senior High School Students Participate in CTE Month Activities

C. R. Walker Robotics Technology Class celebrates CTE Month

Cosmetology students at Doris Johnson Senior High School displayed their talents in various cosmetology areas including nail and hair care, massage therapy, and hair styling on Friday, February 3, 2023.

The demonstration is part of the the Ministry of Education’s celebration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) during the month of February.

C.R. Walker Senior High School robotics technology course eleventh-grade students, led by teacher Terez Newton, held a brief demonstration showcasing the abilities of their newly built interactive robots. As the Ministry of Education and Technical and Vocational Training continues its celebration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) month, the robotics technology class at C.R. Walker is the only course of its kind offered in the public school system. The ministry hopes to expand STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education, coding, and computer science throughout the MOETVT.

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