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St. Ignatius’ new principal Martin Nugent will not be returning for the upcoming term, administrators at the $12,000-a-year private school have confirmed.
Seven members of staff have resigned from St. Ignatius Catholic School and at least two charitable donors have requested refunds of contributions to the school, following questions over the organisation’s financial records.
St. Ignatius Catholic School has been served with a notice of non-compliance from the non-profit organisations’ registrar, who is seeking the production of the school’s financial records for review.
Students at St. Ignatius Catholic School marked Remembrance Day on Thursday.
Saturday morning excitement returned to primary school fields across Grand Cayman as the 2019 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League regular seasons kicked off last weekend.
For one 12-year-old Cayman boy, the bullying at his school this past year had gotten so bad he could not take it any more. In the quiet of his bedroom, in desperation, he looped a shoelace around his neck and tightened it, trying to take his own life.
In a crowded sports hall, students whoop with delight as their classmates rack up another point to gain a knife-edge victory against an opposing team. For once it is not a basketball or soccer match that is generating this level of excitement, but an academic tournament.
Teachers from Island Montessori and St. Ignatius High School were honoured Thursday night as the first recipients of the Minds Inspired STEM Teacher Award.
Forty-five Key Clubbers attended the annual Florida District Education and Leadership Conference in Orlando earlier this month, at which the Cayman Islands was named the most outstanding division.
Staff and students at St. Ignatius Catholic School in George Town, along with many parents, got into the spirit of the season at the annual Spring Fling on Friday.
Sadie Finch and Marin Hughes of Cayman International School defended their title Thursday night at the eighth Conyers Dill & Pearman Interschool Debate at St. Ignatius Catholic School.
St. Ignatius Catholic School is hoping to raise $1 million in the next 18 months as the final financial piece in constructing a $5.5 million gymnasium, officials said.
YMCA participants gathered at St. Ignatius Catholic School over the weekend for the 4th annual YMCA Leaders for Youth conference to learn from each other and to grow as leaders in the community.
St. Ignatius on Walkers Road is hosting a number of events this Christmas season, including a market, a night of music provided by its bands and singers, and a Christmas concert on Dec. 8 headlined by soprano Georgina Gatto Deosaran.
The St. Ignatius school bands and choirs are preparing for their Christmas concert next month.
Remember the old-time bazaars where you could stock up on unique one-of-a-kind holiday gifts and treats? Here’s your chance to relive the experience.
St. Ignatius Catholic School’s spectacular musical production this year is “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Students taking part in the 2018 Dart Scholar program visited waste management and renewable energy facilities in Ontario, Canada, this summer.
All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
St. Ignatius Catholic School Year 11 and 13 students celebrated their graduation in a packed Loyola Hall on Thursday, June 21. The 69 graduates received certificates reflecting their completion of the International General Certificate of Secondary Education or A Level programs.
Twelve of Cayman’s most outstanding teachers from local and private schools were honored at the 2018 Golden Apple Awards on Saturday, May 26.
Cayman’s primary school children are literally singing the praises of recycling and waste reduction, with four schools submitting “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” jingles for an Earth Month competition hosted by the Department of Environmental Health.
Students from Little Trotters Farm & Nursery School and St. Ignatius Catholic School raised thousands of dollars for Hart for Hearts, the pediatric arm of Cayman Heart Fund.
The T-shirts that will be worn by staff, parents and volunteers at this Saturday’s Junior Batabano Street Parade were designed by 15-year-old St. Ignatius student Samruddhi Tagalpallewar, who won the carnival’s annual T-shirt design competition.
One of Edna M. Moyle Primary School student Simon Hansson’s favorite books is “Brothers at Bat,” the tale of a 1930s family that was big enough to form its own baseball team.
St. Ignatius Catholic School’s annual Spring Fling featured a kaleidoscope of color on Friday, with fun hair colors and painted faces, along with plenty of food, prizes, games and live entertainment.
Seven schools from Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac took part in the Conyers Inter-Schools Debate Tournament earlier this month at St. Ignatius Catholic School.
For Sean and Ailian Evans, it is the simple memories they will treasure the most – the first time their son Nolan saw the outside of a hospital room, his first Christmas, his first trip to the beach.
The artwork of Brandon Saunders, an 18-year-old student at St. Ignatius Catholic School, has been added to the permanent collection at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands.
The 2017 Edition of the Private Schools Track and Field Championships held Friday, Dec. 8 at the Truman Bodden Stadium saw St. Ignatius Catholic School grabbing their first hold of the Murray Westerborg Trophy.
After an epic duel and spellmaster Jessica Jackson running out of words, the Lions Club Spelling Bee Competition at Red Bay Church of God ended in a tie on Thursday.
The St. Ignatius Catholic School is frightfully excited to announce the staging of this year’s production, “The Addams Family.” This new musical features an original story that has all the elements of every father’s nightmare.
If you pay attention, Brian Williams told a group of high school students last Thursday, the stock market can be part of your everyday life.
The youngsters from St. Ignatius Catholic School opened the 2017 CUC Primary Football League season with a bang on Saturday at the Annex field as they took home the opening rally title, defeating Red Bay Primary 2-1 in the final, organizers said in a press release.
School and club rivalries were set aside temporarily by a group of 10 boys who came together as a Cayman Select Under-11 team to challenge a variety of clubs in North Carolina in early July.
St. Ignatius Catholic School Year 11 and 13 students celebrated their graduation during a standing-room-only ceremony in Loyola Hall on June 22.
Sarah Harrison, a Year 10 student from St. Ignatius Catholic School, recently received an iPad Air 2 from Jude Scott, chief executive officer of Cayman Finance, as a reward for knowledge and skill.
A team of four students from St. Ignatius Catholic School won the eighth annual Saxon Investment Club Challenge for local high school and college students.
Karyn Thomas gave presentations at local schools, speaking about the Syrian crisis, which has resulted in the flight of millions of people into neighboring countries and beyond, highlighted the support from Cayman.
Students in St. Ignatius Catholic School's concert and jazz bands will travel to the UK, taking in sights, as well as musical performances ranging from musical theater to opera, in London, Glasgow, the Scottish Highlands and Edinburgh.
More than 130 staff, volunteers and supporters took part in the YMCA’s second annual Leaders for Youth conference on Friday and Saturday. The conference, held at St. Ignatius Catholic School in George Town, offered up two days of learning to the participants to support the YMCA’s work.
Anyone familiar with beloved hit musicals will be familiar with the classic “Annie Get Your Gun.” The show features a host of toe-tapping songs and great action, as it is set back in the days of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. “Annie Get Your Gun” will be performed at St. Ignatius Catholic School from Nov. 24-26.
The second year of the Cayman Finance Student Education and Work Experience Programme has concluded after nine weeks of workshops and mentor sessions and a four-week work placement component.
Olympian Florence Allan is one of two recipients of the Minds Inspired William A. Dart Memorial Scholarship, along with Stephanie Gunby.
It was standing room only at Loyola Hall for the St. Ignatius Catholic School Year 11 and 13 graduation ceremony.
“Oh! it is absurd to have a hard-and-fast rule about what one should read and what one shouldn’t.”
Following a tense morning of literary competition, Cayman Prep’s Demi-Gods team emerged as the senior division champions in the annual Battle of the Books reading competition.
Year 13 students at St. Ignatius heading to university next year recently got a chance to learn some practical culinary skills at a special cooking class.
Following a night of stiff competition at the ninth Annual Butterfield Young Musician of the Year competition, 16-year-old flutist and St. Ignatius Catholic School student, Daniela Granados was selected as this year’s top musician.
A week before the main Batabano carnival, students donned headdresses, beads and elaborate costumes for the Neverland-themed Junior Batabano parade, Saturday
St. Ignatius Catholic School presented $1,500 to Cayman HospiceCare on Thursday, April 28 as part of the charity’s yearly ‘Big Bash’ event.
This season’s Maples Schools Squash Competition was dominated by Cayman Prep and High School and St. Ignatius.
Teams went head-to-head at Annex Field during the semifinals of the CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League on Jan. 23 for a chance at securing the 2015/2016 cup finals.
Designs by Cayman Islands students are featured on the latest issue of Christmas stamps from the postal service.
The long-awaited “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie opened to a packed house Friday evening at Camana Bay.
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.
High school students Naomi Harris and Finley McDougall from St. Ignatius Catholic School won the inaugural Conyers Inter-Schools Debate Tournament last week in a tightly contested event.
Shakespeare fans should buy their tickets now for the St. Ignatius Catholic School's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, opening on Nov. 19.
KPMG renews partnership with St. Ignatius; Walkers welcomes two new articled clerks; Harneys adds lawyer to litigation team; Restructuring and insolvency expert joins Mourant Ozannes; ‘Walk for the Cure’ sees big response
Twenty-seven students from the Cayman Islands won awards in the Royal Commonwealth Society’s “Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition” this year.
Let us devote a moment to recognizing excellence among the young people of the Cayman Islands.
Martina Watler, 13, a student at St. Ignatius Catholic School, has been named junior runner-up in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015, from among 7,200 junior entries, and will be invited to Buckingham Palace to accept her prize.
Eighty teens and young adults have been awarded for their efforts after two years of work in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program.
Tameka Cox and Althea Miller are the recipients of a “Pursuit of Excellence” award for the 2014-15 school year.
Fourteen physical education teachers from public and private primary schools under their PE training last week.
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Students of Cayman's high schools take part in the Minds Inspired Mathematics Challenge.
Conor O’Dea, an 18-year-old student at St. Ignatius Catholic School, is Butterfield’s Young Musician of the Year for 2015.
Twenty-eight primary and high school students who won prizes in the Royal Commonwealth Society 2014 essay competition were presented with awards at Government House last week.
The Clifton Hunter High School Senior Choir won the overall prize at the Lions Club of Grand Cayman all-island Youth Choir Competition.
Seven schools will compete in the final round of the first all-island Youth Choir Competition at the Lions Community Centre on Saturday, March 21.
Cayman’s impressive band of junior tennis players are warming up for this year’s second PwC open junior tournament this weekend.