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Office of Education Standards inspectors have determined that Triple C School has made satisfactory progress in adopting recommendations arising from an assessment last year that gave the school a ‘weak’ rating.
Child Month came to a sweet end on Saturday when young bakers donned aprons, grabbed their mixing bowls and created some tasty confectioneries for the 2019 Cupcake Wars at The Ritz-Carlton.
Two of Cayman’s private schools have been found lacking in their educational offerings in new reports from the Office of Education Standards.
Triple C School will be hosting the 7th annual Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament on Friday, May 10.
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.
Academy Sports Club has signed a lease with Triple C School for the use of the field where the club conducts various developmental programs for footballers from children to adults.
The road is open to everyone for the Triple C School’s annual 5K Walk/Run.
It’s never too early to think about the perils of the internet.
All government primary schools reopen on Monday, Aug. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
Twelve of Cayman’s most outstanding teachers from local and private schools were honored at the 2018 Golden Apple Awards on Saturday, May 26.
Triple C School is holding its 6th Annual Golf Tournament, on Friday, May 11. The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament will be held at the North Sound Golf Course.
Cayman architecture and interior design firm OBMI celebrated its 50th anniversary with nearly 100 industry representatives at Hemingways restaurant last week.
Visitors to the festive lights display in the front yard of Maxine and Maureen Bodden’s home on South Church Street in George Town will be treated to a steel pan performance Friday evening.
British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason held a music workshop on Friday for students from John Gray High School, Clifton Hunter High School, Red Bay Primary School and Triple C School.
Dauria Wattley, a 12-year-old British Virgin Islands evacuee staying in Frank Sound and attending Triple C school in George Town, knows well the effects of a hurricane after seeing her hometown in British Virgin Islands battered first by Hurricane Irma and then by Hurricane Maria.
Triple C School’s YES Club held the "Unashamed" youth rally on Friday, June 9, as part of the school’s 75th anniversary celebrations.
Thirty-four students celebrated their graduation from Triple C School this month, with a Baccalaureate Service on the night of June 4, when the seniors were inducted into the Alumni Association. Among the graduates, several of their parents are also Triple C School alumni, so the parents were invited to pin their children during the induction.
Students from Triple C School took to the sky to compete in the Destination Imagination Global Finals at the University of Tennessee.
As Triple C School continues to celebrate its 75th anniversary, a large number of Triple C supporters, parents, staff, students and alumni walked and ran on Saturday, May 13 for the school’s 5K walk/run event.
Triple C’s Under-18 co-ed volleyball team won the annual Private School Association volleyball tournament last month at Cayman International School in Camana Bay.
As Triple C School continues to celebrate its 75th anniversary, a large number of supporters, parents, staff, students and alumni took part in the 5K walk/run on May 13. With participants of all ages, it was truly a family affair, organizers said in a press release.
Triple C School will hold the Ena Merren Memorial 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, May 13. All Triple C parents, staff, students, alumni, friends and walkers and runners of all ages are invited to come out to support “A Walk Through Time.”
High school students addressed international themes last week when they attended the third inter-school Model United Nations Conference.
Dressed the part, Triple C School’s pre-kindergarteners took to the stage to present their future careers on March 31. Professions included police officers, doctors, mechanics, engineers, veterinarians, firefighters and even cowgirls.
Radio broadcaster Austin Harris announced this week he would be retiring as host of his Star 92.7 FM talkshow to run for office as an independent candidate in the May election.Mr. Harris said in a press release that he intends to run in the Prospect constituency.
Triple C’s Under-18 boys soccer team won the annual Private School Association tournament at the Cayman International School field in Camana Bay last month.
Triple C student Drevon Manderson has been recognized as the top new recruit in the Cayman Islands Cadet Corps. Drevon, a grade 9 student, was among a new group of Triple C School cadets inducted in January, joining the corps with recruits from around the island.
More than 200 young athletes from schools and the local track club turned out for the Truman Bodden Track & Field meet on Feb. 18. Triple C School, Prospect Primary and Red Bay Primary School were all represented at the event.
Students and churchgoers in West Bay were treated last week to a visit from a Florida-based choir. The Westminster Christian High School Choir from Miami, Florida, on a four-day tour of the Cayman Islands gave a recital at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School on Friday.
Almost 200 children took part in Triple C School’s annual Sports Day on Feb. 9. The event is a school tradition going back four generations, in which the school’s three houses, Kings, Saints and Angels, compete for bragging rights and prizes.
Dozens of golfers teed off for a good cause and prizes on Friday afternoon. More than 50 people took part in the Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament to support Triple C School. The tournament at North Sound Golf Club featured prizes such as a new Mini Cooper and a three-day vacation.
Students and parents ran, jumped and crawled their way through Triple C School’s annual Sports Day on Friday. About 65 Jr. Kindergarteners and Kindergarteners took part.
The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament on Feb. 3 will support the Triple C School and offer chances to win a new Mini Cooper or Toyota Fortuner in the hole-in-one competitions.
Facing brisk northwesterly winds and threatening skies, the young stars in the 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League and Girls Primary Football League left it all on the field as they competed for a top-four spot in the respective divisions and a place in the semifinals.
Schools in the CUC boys and girls Primary Football Leagues battled for maximum points on Saturday at the Annex field as they edged closer to securing one of the four semifinal spots.
Triple C School students did their part for literacy during the holiday season with a donation of books to the George Town Public Library. On Dec. 12, the library received a gift box filled with books from Triple C school librarian Kathleen Westin and Vice Principal of Elementary Jennifer Allen.
Youngsters at Triple C School recently had the chance to experience a truly international Christmas that had them paying visits to a number of different countries, complete with passports.
The Triple C School community got into the Christmas spirit Thursday for the annual preschool through Grade 1 concert. The performance of “The Luke 2 Christmas Story” was based on scriptures from Isaiah 9:6 and Luke 2.
Minutes after returning from a shopping trip to Foster’s Food Fair supermarket in West Bay, Ethel Ebanks, 98, back at home in West Bay, was giving instructions to a carpenter renovating a spare room and to a helper, who insisted she get something to eat.
An elementary program at Triple C School is using hands-on learning to introduce young students to science, technology, engineering and math, known as STEM.
Young Triple C students recently had the chance to experience voting – with a twist. The day after the U.S. election, on Nov. 9, the students in Chekiya Tatum’s Kindergarten class lined up to cast their vote for their favorite snack.
Triple C School is marking its 75th anniversary this week with a number of events. A sports event on Saturday, Oct. 15, featured soccer matches for the Under-9 and Under-11 teams, followed by a match with alumni/parents vs. present students.
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.
Triple C’s commencement celebrations marked a notable year of achievement and excellence.
“Students of Triple C High School are putting the final touches on the play, ‘Onions in the Stew,’ to be presented in the George Town Town Hall on Friday and Saturday, May 20 and 21st, at 8 p.m."
Teamwork was a key factor in Cayman’s second annual Destination Imagination tournament held recently at the Cayman International School.
Wesleyan Christian Academy took home the championship trophy from Cayman International School’s annual Blue Iguana International Basketball Jamboree as the reigning champions for the fifth year in a row.
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.
For the last three months, 24-year-old Nikki Christian has been preparing to compete in her first marathon. On Saturdays she can be found at Seven Mile CrossFit, and every Sunday morning she wakes up at 6 a.m., puts on her neon-colored sneakers, and sets out to train along the wide stretch of Esterley Tibbetts Highway heading into West Bay. The schedule is rigorous, the goal daunting.
Nathaan Whittaker received the Proud of Them award for his substantial contributions to and accomplishments in all five categories.
Leanni Tibbett has been named the recipient of Butterfield Bank’s 2015 undergraduate scholarship.
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Thirty-five seniors from Triple C School took part in a Commencement Exercise on June 8.
At least eight finalists will compete to be selected as the Butterfield Young Musician of the Year on May 7 at the Prospect Playhouse.
Prominent Caymanian dentist Dr. Thomas Henry Edlin Merren died on Tuesday at the Cayman Islands Hospital. He was 83.
The Clifton Hunter High School Senior Choir won the overall prize at the Lions Club of Grand Cayman all-island Youth Choir Competition.
A trip to the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands gives Triple C students a new appreciation for microorganisms and the role they play.
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.
The Captain Theo Bodden Memorial Golf Tournament is offering a brand new 2015 Kia Optima or a luxurious 2015 Lincoln MKC as the star prize for anyone who manages a hole-in-one.
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It was an exciting weekend of swimming at the Lions Aquatic Centre, highlighted by fearsome pirates, fast races, records tumbling and big time drops.
The Business Solutions Technologies Group Ltd Friday Night Lights and Cayman National Fall Sprint Meet over weekend went successfully.
Brian Jones, a multi-awarded geologist is returning to Cayman to provide geology education to high school teachers and students. The Water Authority Cayman is sponsoring the event for the second time which takes place from October 13 to the 17.
Savannah Primary opened the new CUC Primary Football League season with victories for both their sides.
The walkers and runners of the annual Triple C Ena Merren Memorial 5K Walk/Run competed in the “Day of Kings Race” at Public Beach on Saturday morning.
Cayman Cadet Corps is seeking children ages 11-19 to enrol in its program.
Senior students from Triple C celebrated their graduation with awards and honors.
The 2014 Caledonian Global Swim Meet, hosted by the Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman at the Lions Aquatic Centre, last past weekend was a battle against the elements as well as rival swimmers.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Whittaker has been honored as Butterfield Young Musician of the Year 2014 for his performance on steel pan.
Swimmers get the chance to wind down for the summer after this weekend’s pool meet. The 2014 Caledonian Global Meet, hosted by the Stingray Swim Club of Grand Cayman at the Lions Aquatic Centre, runs from Friday and finishes on Sunday, the last domestic meet of the 2013-14 competitive season for Cayman’s age group swimmers.
A local girls program hopes to groom young talent in Orlando.
Some talented former students of Triple C will find themselves back at school on Saturday as part of a fundraiser that promises some “old school” goodness.