A generous gift from the Marion and John E. Anderson Family Foundation will help ensure Antilles School’s longstanding commitment to student socio-economic diversity for years to come.
It is important to recognize and commemorate those who have shaped the educational process in the territory.
VICS identified the need for Eco-Schools in the U.S.V.I. schools because there was not a recognized, integrated program connecting students with their immediate environment in a way that empowered them to act and experience the benefits.
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The eastern portion of Building B of Charlotte Amalie High (CAHS) School, which houses 15 classrooms, has been closed off due to structural defects.
The announcement of the gift was made Monday morning at the VIMSIA campus in the presence of students, members of the board of trustees and the administration.
With the longstanding challenges in education and the many issues that threaten the welfare of public school students, parents must be the loudest voice advocating on behalf of their children.
The Virgin Islands Department of Education regrets to announce that ongoing construction at school sites receiving temporary modular classrooms has further delayed the opening of the schools.
Catholic Schools of the Virgin Islands have received a substantial donation from the Marion and John E. Anderson Foundation along with local subsidiaries Bellows International, West Indies Company, Dorchester Insurance Company, TOPA Insurance Services, TOPA Properties and Leeward Islands Management Company.
Antilles seniors Maggie Huang and Grace Randall are semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.