SENIOR SCHOOLS (9) | PRESCHOOL (10) | SPECIAL SCHOOLS (13) | ALL AGE SCHOOLS (13) GRADE 1-12 

 

South Andros & Mangrove Cay District

2 Preschools

 

Long Bay Cays Preschool

Victoria Point Preschool

 

East Grand Bahama & Cays District 2 Preschools

 

East End Preschool

McCleans Town Preschool

 

Northeastern District 1 Preschools

 

St. Bedes Preschool

 

 

Norhtwestern District 2 Preschools

 

Naomi Blatch Preschool

Willard Patton Preschool

 

Southeastern District 2 Preschools

 

Buttonwood Preschool

Coconut Grove Preschool

 

Southwestern District  Preschool

 

Tiny Tot Preschool

 

West Grand Bahama 1 Special High School

 

Beacon School

 

 

Eleuthera District 1 Special School

 

School for Exceptional Learners

 

Exuma Cays & Ragged Island District

 

Exuma School for Exceptional Learners

 

East Grand Bahama & Cays District 2 Special Schools

 

The Haven PACE Program

Genesis Academy Programme Sure

 

Northeastern District 4 Special Schools

 

School for the Blind

PACE

TAPS

Hospital School Project

 

Northwestern District 2 Special Schools

 

Stapeldon School

Centre for the Deaf

 

Southeastern District 1 Special School

 

Simpson Penn & Willa Mae Pratt

 

Southwestern District 1 Special School

 

Programme S.U.R.E.

 

Abaco District

 

Moore's Island All-Age

 

North/Central Andros & Berry Islands District

 

R.N. Gomez All-Age

 

Cat Island Rum Cay & San Salvador 

 

Rum Cay All-Age

 

Eleuthera District 2 All-Age Schools

 

Spanish Wells All-Age

Harbour Island All-Age

 

Exuma District 4 All-Age Schools

 

Black Point All-Age

Ragged Island All-Age

Staniel Cay All-Age

Farmers Cay All-Age

 

East Grand District & Cays District 2 All-Age Schools

 

Grand Cay All-Age

Sweetings Cay All-Age

 

MICAL District 2 All-Age Schools

 

Inagua All-Age

Long Cay All-Age

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The Bahamas’ Ministry of Education (Moe) has responsibility for more than 50,000 K-12 students in approximately 170 educational institutions in The Commonwealth of The Bahamas, which are dispersed over 14 districts in the major islands. Our goal is to increase the graduation rate from 50% to 80% by 2030. The MoE aims to create an educational system that is technologically sound and competitive and that develops the strengths of each child, whether academic or otherwise, towards the maximum contribution that he/she is able to make to the national development of The Bahamas.

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