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Hand in hand and side by side, more than 300 Cayman Academy students marched along Walkers Road in purple-and-white shirts on Friday morning as part of the school’s annual ‘Cancer and Alzheimer’s Stride’.
Cayman Academy school donated $4,152 to the Cancer Society after making the journey by foot to its offices on Maple Road Friday.
Cayman Academy school is bringing the magic of Christmas to the Cayman community as part of its Christian outreach ministry.
Last Wednesday’s high-profile burglary at the Cayman Business Park entailed burglars who broke into four establishments by smashing through drywall and tiles early that morning.
All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
Cayman Academy graduated its largest ever Year 12 class Sunday, June 24, awarding diplomas to 23 students. The ceremony was held at The Ritz-Carlton.
Cayman Academy school found good use for funds collected during a student charity drive on Friday.
The eighth staging of the Private High Schools Track and Field Championships will take place at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Thursday, Dec. 7.
Sixty-nine Adventist youths arrived in the Cayman Islands on Monday aboard the Carnival Glory cruise ship on a one-day community service initiative after spending four days in Miami on a similar venture.
Twenty students from Cayman Academy graduated last month at a ceremony at the Marriott resort.
They survived a “Shark Tank”-style pitch meeting and won a scholarship for their efforts. More than 80 students from Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac applied...
Cayman’s seniors from across the three islands gathered for a special pre-Easter service and open-air luncheon in Savannah on April 10.
The start of March has young people front and center in Cayman Brac, with numerous events catering to kids and youth scheduled over the...
During Cayman Academy's annual health week, students and staff marched to the Cancer Society to deliver a donation and then made their way through George Town to the Annex playing field for a session on drug-abuse prevention.
Local entrepreneur and philanthropist Kenneth Hall Jr. and his wife Waynette have donated a 26-seat school bus to Cayman Academy. The Halls have licensed and insured the vehicle for three years.
More than 500 students attended a career fair last month to learn about jobs ranging from handling drug-sniffing dogs to working in a medical lab and operating drones. The Careers Fair, hosted by Cayman Academy at the University College of the Cayman Islands, drew students from Cayman’s public and private schools.
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Cayman Academy recently celebrated its latest cohort of graduates at an elegant commencement ceremony.
Families enjoyed bedtime stories, drama and literacy fun at the “Snuggle Up and Read” event, held last week at Cayman Academy School Hall.
Three new crosswalks with flashing lights – by Savannah Primary School, near the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Cayman Academy on Walkers Road, and by Bodden Town Primary School – also have buttons for pedestrians to press to activate the warning lights for drivers.
Cayman Academy held its first careers fair on March 21, with 11 organizations exhibiting.
Miriam Foster, director of Cayman’s Family Resource Centre, was recognized Saturday at the church service launch of Honoring Women Month for her work in services for youth, women and families, and her leadership of the center.
Cayman Academy students raised $3,389 through contributions by friends and family for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society in their annual Cancer Walk.
Cayman Prep and High School retained its hold on the Murray Westerborg and Big Schools Trophies at the 2015 Private Schools Track and Field Championships this week at the Truman Bodden Stadium.
The winners of the 32nd Annual Lions Club Spelling Bee competition are Thomas James Sevik Jr., and Dilan Tatum, of Layman E. Scott Snr. High School.
Primary school football action concluded its regular season games on Saturday with Cayman Prep, Savannah Primary and Cayman International School respectively topping the Under-9, U-11 boys’ and Girls’ Primary Football League standings. All teams now go into the playoffs.
A netball rally was hosted by Cayman International School last Wednesday at the Arts and Recreational Center.
The Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists 10K run, which has been a long-standing fixture in the community calendar, will be staged again on Sunday.
Elite Sports Club has some of the youngest – and tiniest – players in the women’s football league and one of them is the exceptionally talented Shannelle Bennett.
The welcome rain certainly did not affect the players’ spirits on Saturday, as the CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular seasons continued with the fourth round of play.
Domestic violence, conflict resolution and the responsibilities of husbands and fathers will be among the topics discussed at a symposium this weekend.
Janell Taylor, 17, from Bodden Town received the Proud of Them award for her academic achievements.
Five young Caymanian interns who spent their summer working at Pinnacle Media are completing their internships and getting ready to return to their schools and colleges for the new term.
Tameka Cox and Althea Miller are the recipients of a “Pursuit of Excellence” award for the 2014-15 school year.
Cayman Academy raised $2,000 during its health awareness week and has donated the money to the Cancer Society.
The 2015 Chamber of Commerce Careers Expo, held at UCCI, proved to be very popular with students of all ages.
The Cayman Islands High School Track & Field Championships are always keenly contested, and the staging of the seventh annual three-day event last week had another close finish.
Amare Hamilton of George Town Primary placed first among individual spellers in the Royal Bank (Cayman) Spelling Bee, and Gabriella Ritch from Layman E. Scott High School in Cayman Brac took first place in the Lions Club Secondary School Spelling Bee.
Sprinter Troy Long has just started a track scholarship at Wayland Baptist University in Texas.
Police are investigating a car jacking in George Town in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Whittaker has been honored as Butterfield Young Musician of the Year 2014 for his performance on steel pan.
The 'Butterfield Young Musicians of the Year' competition is once again upon us, with 13 young hopefuls vying to take home the crown for 2014.
Clifton Hunter conquered all before them in taking the championship at the Inter-Secondary Track & Field Championships last Thursday.
As the Cayman Islands brace for another regional showcase, volleyball development is in greater focus.
Cayman International School is proud to announce the fourth annual Private Schools Association Football Tournament.
Netball in the junior ranks is set to reach a crescendo.
Five primary school pubils have set a new record for the highest number of winners in one spell-off competition.
Track and field athletes will be in action this weekend to boast who has the best athletes from Cayman’s private schools.
Fifiteen spellers will compete for top spot in Cayman 2013 National Spelling Bee finals on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Many eyes are on Cayman Islands football ahead of its biggest regional junior showcase.
Judges at the 2013 Butterfield Young Musician of the Year had a tough time picking a winner Saturday night, choosing after much deliberation 12-year-old singer Hannah Fowler.
Some of Cayman’s best netball players recently got their props.
The finalists of the 2013 Butterfield Young Musician of the Year in profile.
Cayman's finest young musical talent is gathering at the Young Musician of the Year concert.
Cayman Prep students show their debating skills
Cayman Prep and High School were successful in a recent steel pan competition.
The Boot Camp Cayman Academy will have its grand opening on 27 May.
Cayman Academy is holding a fundraiswer.
The 2013 Inter-Primary Track and Field Championships staged at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex will long be remembered for the close tussle between the defending champions, Red Bay Primary School and arch rival Prospect.
A recent football tournament was in honour of a cancer victim.
Cayman Prep and St. Ignatius now have the best private school football teams in Cayman.
The cream of schools track and field athletes competed for bragging rights over two days last week and Clifton Hunter School from Frank Sound went home with the most to boast about.
Secondary schools on Grand Cayman have another shot at football glory.
The finals are on Thursday from 2-9pm and promise to be even more exciting.
The Inter-Secondary Schools Championships in track and field used to be poorly attended and had little significance to serious athletes vying for CARIFTA qualification and hopeful of track scholarships that could lead to pro careers.
Secondary school track and field athletes get their annual chance to compete for bragging rights this week in what promises to be the best ever high school competition.
Local netball intends to be busy around the Ash Wednesday holiday.
The Rotary Club's Adventures in Citizenship essay contest returns and is open to all Year 10 students.
Cayman is close to naming its best Under-21 netball talent.
Local netball is winding down for Christmas.
Netball in the Cayman Islands will showcase some of its best junior talent.
A brand new Toastmasters Club has been inaugurated in Grand Cayman.