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Deaf tourist inspires students

Architect Thomas Posedly and his wife Penny visited Lighthouse School to sign his life story to the students and staff on Friday.

6 Lighthouse School students pass City and Guilds exams

Six Lighthouse School students sat and passed the Level 1 City and Guilds examinations.

Appleby selects beneficiaries at charity day

Appleby (Cayman) Ltd. announced seven organisations that were selected as beneficiaries at the firm’s 2019 Charity Day.

Lighthouse School highlights autism in annual walk

Friends, families, teachers and supporters of the Lighthouse School took part in the school’s annual Autism Walk on March 30 to help raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder.

Cyclist raises almost $20,000 for Lighthouse

A cyclist who raised nearly $20,000 for Cayman’s Lighthouse School by embarking on a challenge to ride 1,000 miles in 10 days was greeted with cheers at the school on Friday afternoon.

Lighthouse School stages career day for students

The Lighthouse School featured a look into the future on Friday. The school’s secondary students participated in a career day, which allowed them to learn about a wide range of professions that could interest them after their graduation.

Lighthouse School gets ‘good’ rating

Lighthouse School has become the first Cayman Islands Government school to earn a “good” rating under the new framework for school inspections that was adopted last year.

Youth tennis training extended across island

Children across Grand Cayman are getting access to weekly tennis lessons.

Lighthouse School spreads awareness of cerebral palsy

Lighthouse School dedicated Friday to mark National Cerebral Palsy Day.

7 Lighthouse School students make exam history

For the first time, students at Lighthouse School have sat and passed City & Guilds exams, which will enable them to continue their education by entering the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre.

Golden Apple honors Cayman’s educators

Twelve of Cayman’s most outstanding teachers from local and private schools were honored at the 2018 Golden Apple Awards on Saturday, May 26.

Police and students partner to protect disabled parking

Watch where you park. The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has enlisted the help of students from the Lighthouse School to halt unauthorized people from parking in disabled parking spaces.

Disney brings holiday cheer to Prospect’s Lighthouse School

The Lighthouse School played host to a special group of visitors early this week. Disney Cruise Line made a joint visit along with the Ministry and Department of Tourism to the Prospect school on Monday, spreading holiday greetings to students and teachers alike.

Civil servants read to Lighthouse students

Civil servants celebrated International Literacy Day on Sept. 8 by reading aloud to students at the Lighthouse School and donating 23 books to the school’s library.

Disabilities Law honors legacy of Solomon Webster

Three years after the shooting death of Solomon Webster, the Cayman Islands government honored the Special Olympics athlete and his family with an official copy of the landmark disability rights legislation bearing his name.

UPDATED: Two sought in robbery, shooting incidents

Police are searching for two men who they believe were involved in an armed robbery at the Red Bay jerk chicken stand and a separate assault on a man on Linwood Street in George Town on Saturday.

Empty mobile units to become classrooms

Two empty mobile units outside George Town Primary School are being relocated to the Lighthouse School where they will be transformed into classrooms for vocational courses.

Lighthouse School students get a taste of working world

Six students in the graduating class of the Lighthouse School interned for a day last week at the Government Administration Building. Lauren Knight, manager of the Internal Audit Service, designed an initiative to allow the students to get a better understanding of workplace duties, protocols and expectations.

Lighthouse students take to the pitch

Lighthouse School students scored points with FC International at the school’s playing field on Friday, Nov. 25.

Mourant Ozannes swaps desks for community work

Mourant Ozannes staff helped the Cayman Islands Humane Society, the Francis Bodden Children’s Home, the YMCA After-school Care Program at Sir John A. Cumber School and the Lighthouse School during the law firm’s annual Away Day.

8-year-old donates birthday money to charity

It was a heart-felt moment for 8-year-old Jake Fagan when he presented $200 to the Special Olympics organization at the Lighthouse School. He was met with a warm reception when he visited the school on Sept. 27 to present the donation.

Christmas in summer for charity drive

Five organizations received early Christmas presents this summer when PropertyCayman RE/MAX decided that instead of having a brand launch party, it would donate the money to the community.

Plan advances for new Sunrise center

The Ministry of Education is preparing an outline business case to develop a new Sunrise Adult Training Centre facility, with the aim of moving the program to a purpose-built building with more space for clients.

Heritage Arts show at Ritz-Carlton on Friday

A brand-new art exhibition showcasing the talents of youngsters is opening Friday at The Gallery at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, and all are welcome to come and enjoy this special event, which will run from 6-8 p.m.

Lighthouse students shine on sports day

Students at the Lighthouse School took part in the school’s annual sports day earlier this month.

EDITORIAL – Three bright lights in Cayman schools

Amid the general darkness that lingers over our country’s educational system, we are able to point to many individual points of light — both students and teachers. In this editorial, we will single out three Cayman Islands educators.

Lighthouse School names new principal

Lighthouse School will have a new principal when the school year begins in September, the Ministry of Education announced Monday.

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