The Coral Bay Community Council, Eudora Kean High School and Gifft Hill School came together to organize a unique art competition.
Student athletes across the territory can take their game to another level thanks to a generous donation of top-end athletic shoes, courtesy of the Atlanta Hawks NBA team and Orlando-based non-profit Gemini Foundation.
Three Charlotte Amalie High School (CAHS) students were the top winners in an essay contest that asked students to explore the role social media plays in today’s educational system.
The Caribbean Writer has announced the prize winners for its Volume 30 anniversary edition. The winners in the various categories are:
La Roche College has announced that 10 students from the U.S. Virgin Islands were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2016 semester. A total of 358 students were named to the list.
The Virgin Islands Board of Education (VIBE) convened its bi-annual New Member Orientation and Professional Development Workshops Jan. 19-21 at Sugar Bay Resort & Spa for the members and staff of the 18th V.I. Board of Education.
Students from Ranum Efterskole College in Denmark spent a day at Virgin Islands Montessori School & Peter Gruber International Academy (VIMSIA) on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Fifteen Virgin Islands educators have been awarded $26,648 for marine environmental projects that aim to educate and reduce pollution in the ocean.
Schools across the territory celebrated the legacy of Civil Rights Leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with parades and marches on Jan. 16. The Ulla F. Muller Elementary School Bamboula Dancers and Drummers commemorated the day by staging the school’s Second Annual Walk for Freedom.
School-wide celebrations honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave Antilles students the chance on Friday, Jan. 13, to speak about their dreams, describe the impact his legacy has had on their lives and, in the spirit of service, make donations to local organizations that greatly help the Virgin Islands community.