Family Island High Schools

Abaco District 2 High Schools


Abaco Central High

S.C. Bottle High


North/Central Andros & Berry Islands

District 2 High Schools


North Andros High

Central Andros High

South Andros & Mangrove Cay District

2 High Schools


Mangrove Cay High

South Andros High


Cat Island, Rum Cay & San Salvador District

3 High Schools


Arthur's Town High

Old Bight High

San Salvador High

Eleuthera District 3 High Schools

North Eleuthera High

Central Eleuthera High

Preston Albury High


Exuma District 1 High Schools

L.N. Coakley High

West Grand Bahama 1 Junior High Schools


Mary Patricia Russell Junior High



East Grand & Cays District 2 Junior High Schools


East End Junior High

Jack Hayward Junior High

West Grand Bahama District 2 High Schools


Louise McDonald High

Eight Mile Rock High


Long Island District 2 High Schools


N.G.M. Major High

North Long Island High


MICAL District 3 High Schools


Abraham's Bay High

Acklins Central High

Crooked Island High


New Providence High Schools


Northern New Providence District 4 Junior High Schools


D.W. Davis Jr. High

H.O. Nash Jr. High

L.W. Young Jr. High

T.A. Thompson Jr. High


Northern New Providence District 4 Senior High Schools


C.I. Gibson Senior High

C.C. Sweeting Senior High

C.R. Walker Senior High 

Doris Johnson Senior High


Northern New Providence District Institutions


Erin Gilmore School

Providing Access to Continued Education (P.A.C.E)

Transititional Alternative Programme (T.A.P.S)



Southern New Providence District 3 Junior High Schools


A.F. Adderley Jr. High

C.H. Reeves Junior High

S.C. McPherson Junior High


Southern District 4 High School


Anatol Rodgers High

C.V. Bethel Senior High School

Government High School

R.M. Bailey High School


Southern District Institutions

Simpson Penn/W. Pratt

Programme SURE








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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 85% 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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