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Latest school inspection reports released

The Office of Education Standards recently published inspection reports for four schools – .Theoline McCoy Primary School, Cayman Learning Centre, Footsteps and Hope Academy.
Cayman International School

Cayman schools test distance learning

Cayman schools have responded to disasters in the past. Emergencies like hurricanes and fires are events administrators know to prepare for.

School start times for fall semester

All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.

Teacher takes on 10,000-mile rally for charity

An adventurous former teacher is joining a 10,000-mile rally across Europe and Asia to raise money for a Cayman Islands charity.

Auto school to open at Hope Academy

Efforts to open a small trade school are quietly under way in Grand Harbour. Youth worker Michael Myles is setting up a training facility for mechanics in a new partnership between Hope Academy and several private sector partners.

Private schools ready to compete for track and field glory

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.
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Private schools track and field meet on Friday

Cayman Prep and High School are favored to retain their hold on the Murray Westerborg and Big Schools Trophies at the 2016 Private Schools Track & Field Championships on Friday at the Truman Bodden Stadium, organizers said in a press release.

Hope students show their giving spirit

In the spirit of helping those in need, Hope Academy students recently raised funds and collected books and clothing donations destined to benefit Cayman HospiceCare, the Cayman Islands Humane Society, and the Red Cross.

Hope Academy students give back

Lending a helping hand to those in need, a group of Hope Academy students is making a difference in their community.

Special Needs Foundation to hold AGM


The Cayman Islands Special Needs Foundation holds its annual general meeting Thursday, Oct. 1, at 6- 7 p.m., at Hope Academy.  

Health City plans to grow intern program

Health City plans to grow its internship program to host 300 students next year.

Hopestock, the 'Great Big Gig'

The second annual "Hopestock" festival aims to raise money to help build Cayman's first ever LEED certified school.

Chalmers leads the Push crew

Some of America’s most accomplished wheelchair athletes are competing in the 55-mile Push Across Cayman event this weekend.

Rum Run was choppy but fun

Paddle boarding’s 2015 Appleton Rum Run was hosted locally over the weekend and participants had a wonderful two days of competition.

8-year-old’s design chosen for mental health logo

A Hope Academy student won a competition to design a logo for the Mental Health Commission.

Competition culls more than 500 lionfish

The CULL Summer Showdown captures 579 lionfish.

Students hope for greener Cayman

Hope Academy is calling on residents to help it build a sustainable green school.

Business in brief

A roundup of this week's business stories May 21, 2014.

Top ‘My Cayman’ essay writers announced

Essay winners announced in the annual Adventures in Citizenship Essay Competition.

Students raise money for autism awareness

Various private school students dressed in blue to raise funds for Special Needs Foundation Cayman Islands as part of the World Autism Day celebrations.

Clifton Hunter top of the class

Clifton Hunter conquered all before them in taking the championship at the Inter-Secondary Track & Field Championships last Thursday.

Hope Academy hosts ‘Hopestock’

Concert hopes to raise funds to send students to Washington D.C.

Private schools tournament kicks in for a fourth time

Cayman International School is proud to announce the fourth annual Private Schools Association Football Tournament.

Dump burns for second day

Updated: Some closures were still in effect Friday as the fire at the George Town landfill raged on.

Dump fire closes international school, other closures made

Classes at the Cayman International School, located between Camana Bay and the George Town landfill, have been cancelled today.

Catholic a class ahead of Prep

The new track season began in earnest at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex with the third staging of the Private High Schools Track & Field Championships.

CIS repeats as regatta champs

The RBC Inter Schools sailing regatta crowned a familiar name.

Private schools line up again

Track and field athletes will be in action this weekend to boast who has the best athletes from Cayman’s private schools.

ARK launches Christmas campaign

A festive campaign to deliver groceries and Christmas gifts to some of the Cayman Islands' most-needy families is under way.

Sheriffs in charge

Security Centre Squash League’s third round showed some domination amongst the teams with one 5-0 whitewash and two 4-1 victories at the South Sound Squash Club.

MLA Connolly inspires students

Winton Connolly visited with students at the John Gray High School on 13 June.

Walkers awards students' artworks

Law firm Walkers awards schools for students' artwork in the Cayman Islands.

Ducks feel aromatic after flight and set for school

The Cayman Islands Youth Roller Hockey travel team the Dart Ducks is hosting an inter-school roller hockey tournament to raise funds for their upcoming participation in the North American Roller Hockey Championships, in July in Toronto.

Little Bjuroe hits rivals for six

Sebastian Bjuroe is probably the most talked about new player on the PwC junior tennis circuit.

Music and arts showcase scheduled for the Paseo

It's the first Friday of the month which means arts, music and community groups are getting together at Camana Bay.

Prep girls and Catholic boys score props at Camana Bay

Cayman Prep and St. Ignatius now have the best private school football teams in Cayman.

Interscholastic spectacle kicks off at Camana Bay

Secondary schools on Grand Cayman have another shot at football glory.

Music therapy aids special needs

Parents, teachers, caregivers and healthcare professionals gathered last month to find out how music therapy can help children with special needs.

Cayman Music Therapy teams up with Special Needs

Parents, caregivers, teachers and healthcare professionals gathered at Hope Academy on 8 January under the auspices of the Special Needs Foundation of Cayman for an hour-long presentation by the founder of Cayman Music Therapy, Julianne Parolisi, and fellow therapist, Kim Febres who outlined the far-reaching therapeutic benefits of music therapy.

Rotary Sunrise Cayman continues youth initiatives

Youth development is one of the signature projects of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise and the club has kicked off 2013 with two projects.

Schools’ essay contest open

The Rotary Club's Adventures in Citizenship essay contest returns and is open to all Year 10 students.

Rainy season starts with a deluge

Almost 13 inches of rain in the 48-hour period between 7am Sunday and 7am Tuesday caused widespread flooding on Grand Cayman leading to travelling difficulties and the closure of nearly all schools on Tuesday.

Record rainfall for May approaches

Almost 13 inches of rain in the 48-hour period between 7am Sunday and 7am Tuesday caused widespread flooding on Grand Cayman leading to travelling difficulties and the closure of nearly all schools on Tuesday.

Cribb teaches youth

Robbie Cribb Jr helped Cayman to regional rugby excellence and passed on his knowledge to kids.

For a safer waste site

Writer says Little Cayman is still the best place for a landfill in the Cayman Islands.

Gov’t schools to close Tuesday

Update: Several private schools are also closed following an all-day deluge Monday.

Recycling is the answer

Writer says dump in George Town should remain and that citizens should recycle.

Project Grow helps nurture First Baptist students

First Baptist School students get opportunity to experience concept of nurturing their own organic and native garden.

Midsummer’s Night student auditions

The Cayman Drama Society is holding audtions for a student production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Kids bring pots of smiles to Pines

Kids with Hearts spend time with Pines seniors decorating pots.

Walrond guides government schools in impressive debut

Inter-school hockey tournament results

Clifton edged out by Private

Cayman's private schools dazzled again in football

Kids fitness guru is on his way

Fitness guru for kids is coming from Montana.

They loved getting their kicks

Football overview

Private schools really had a ball

Football tournament overview

Academy tops

Cayman Academy football

Schools kicking ahead with own tournament

Private School football

Private schools all pitch in

Football tournament preview

Schools football


Football tournament preview

Camana Bay backs kid ballers

Another football tournament is taking place at Camana Bay.

Sevens footie

Camana Bay hosts a football tournament.

Kids with Heart brighten Pines

Kids helped decorate Christmas trees for The Pines retirement home.

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