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Two of Cayman’s private schools have been found lacking in their educational offerings in new reports from the Office of Education Standards.
Rowan McLean is not looking forward to the early alarm going off on Monday. Its buzz will mean the end of summer and a return to school.
Wesleyan Christian Academy’s painting has been chosen as the winner of the Cayman Water art competition, thanks to 192 votes in favor on the company’s Facebook page.
Students of the Wesleyan Christian Academy held a Dress Down Day recently to help support Meals on Wheels.
The students and staff of Wesleyan Christian Academy are holding a “Help for Houston” coin drive to help repair a school in the Texas city that was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.
Wesleyan Christian Academy will celebrate its 40th anniversary this coming weekend. All are invited to attend events at the campus on North West Point Road on Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
Students at West Bay’s Wesleyan Christian Academy recently had the opportunity to experience statistics in action.
Cayman Water Company recently launched a program to educate students in several schools on island about tap water and the desalination process. The company’s project engineer in business development, Karlene Singh, has made presentations at four schools in George Town and West Bay.
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.
Six former Wesleyan Christian Academy graduates have joined the school’s staff this year.
On paper, the basketball team to beat in the Private School Association League in 2016 was more than likely not the one from Wesleyan Christian Academy.
Budding young artists from both government and private schools were asked to call on their creative muse and submit up to two of their best visual arts pieces for selection in a recent nationwide competition for 6 to 18 year-olds.
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.
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.
With Christmas just around the corner, one school is coming up with an innovative and environmentally friendly way for students to help celebrate the season.
The Young Caymanian Leaders Foundation on Friday named three women and two men as finalists for the top spot in 2015’s annual awards contest, choosing among musicians, health professionals and finance experts.
Health City plans to grow its internship program to host 300 students next year.
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.
After a dominant campaign, the Bodden Town Wolves are eager to replicate the feat.
Cayman Prep and High School are the inaugural holders of the Murray Westerborg Championship Trophy.
John Gray High School continues to make the right moves on and off the court.
The Soldiers will officially start their title defense on the court.
Youth basketball is gearing up for its latest competition.
A lack of public transportation is preventing teens from participating in after-school programs, according to a 2013-2014 report conducted by the Cayman Islands Youth Assembly.
Jonathan Powery continues to enjoy success on the court.
The Cayman Arts Festival’s chamber music concert series “Music on the Menu” is back for its final presentation of the 2013/2014 season.
Cayman International School is proud to announce the fourth annual Private Schools Association Football Tournament.
Wesleyan Christian Academy’s rise to youth basketball dominance has been quick and comprehensive.
Basketball and netball in the Cayman Islands netted many high points this year.
Over the last three months, Jonathan Powery and Denton Cole stormed the court with tactical genius.
The Wesleyan Soldiers are entrenched in a battle for respect.
One of youth basketball’s biggest surprises is the dominance of Wesleyan Christian Academy.
It is early days but youth basketball has a pair of frontrunners.
Wesleyan Christian Academy is flexing its muscles in youth basketball.
It was another successful season as more than 120 boys and girls recently took the courts to showcase their talents in the annual PwC Under-16 Basketball League.
One of the reigning champions of youth basketball is not in good form.
One of the lingering issues in local basketball is the lack of a central public venue.
Youth basketball in Cayman had an impressive start to its premier competition.
Wesleyan Christian Academy are the latest champions in local basketball.
Local basketball leaps into action with a number of initiatives this month.
The Game Takers are among Cayman’s latest basketball champions.
Youth basketball presses on in Cayman.
The Game Takers are continuing their march to basketball glory.
Law firm Walkers awards schools for students' artwork in the Cayman Islands.
Rico Orrett-Ebanks, 18, took top honours at the BC Interior Jazz Festival, winning a scholarship to Berkely University School of Music.
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.
After successful title seasons, a pair of youth basketball teams have their sights on more trophies in 2013.
As Cayman basketball leaps into 2013, it will be looking to build off the exploits of the Wolves and Comets.
The Wolves are maintaining their stranglehold on youth basketball.
Youth basketball is about to reach its climax.
The Lynx are not assured bragging rights in youth basketball.
Sasha Hunte has joined the Funds Department at Maples and Calder after doing her articles with the firm.
The Wolves remain at the forefront of youth basketball in Cayman.
The Cayman Islands Basketball Association is continuing its Under-19 Basketball League.
Wolves basketball club are chasing a third straight youth championship.
Lions spelling bee is being held this week.
A recent hurricane season food drive by students of the Wesleyan Christian Academy has been deemed a resounding success.
Some students in West Bay pitch in with local police for a food drive.
Jamel Winton hopes to create a legacy in local hoops.
Young musicians and singers of the Cayman Islands benefit from the performance and education opportunities of the Cayman Arts Festival.
It's time for the Butterfield Young Musician of the Year 2012 here in the Cayman Islands.
The Home Gas Flames want to dominate women’s basketball for another year.
The Shockwaves will be looking for more success on the court.
Two clubs are playing above the rest in youth basketball.
West Bay residents should see some tense indoor volleyball action.
Community volleyball is coming to a close in West Bay.