Another Wednesday passed and I missed the blog. How? Not my fault...no Internet at the office courtesy of a Flow. There was systemic outage in the Constant Spring area. Anyway, today and tomorrow mark the Mock exam days for Mobay and Kingston students. The tests will be marked, same day, scores attached. For Mobay students, Mr. Thompson will hand out answer sheets for marking, scores sent to me and the final score delivered to each by the end of the day. Then on Saturday,
The Caribbean Boarding School has come and gone. This week we saw the likes of 4 Canadian universities, on Monday and Tuesday nights of this week. I was accustomed to St. Thomas, Huron at Western, as well as St. Mary’s. St. Mary’s has had a long history with Versan students. Huron started with one Jason Forbes last year. St. Thomas has Hanif, former Head Boy of Ardenne, along with a past Immaculate student. But along comes McEwan University and we are thrilled at Versan.
So we discovered on our website that the date for our Caribbean Fair had an incorrect date. Oh dear! Can you correct Mr. Techie John Adams? Thanks. Schools have been traveling from Trinidad, to St. Lucia, to Barbados and now on to Jamaica. The logistics of keeping up with them, tiresome. But as they go from island to island, we noticed momentum growing. Trinidad still remains the toughest island to crack. More work needed there. I do believe that I have to move there to
The Caribbean Boarding School Fair 2018 launches tomorrow. It commences in Trinidad, moves to St. Lucia, Barbados and finally in Jamaica. Trinidad: Hyatt Regency Hotel November 9-11 St. Lucia: Bay Gardens Resort, Nov 12 Barbados: Courtyard Marriott, Nov. 14 Jamaica: Half Moon Hotel, Nov. 16 The participating schools are: St. George’s School Pickering College Worcester Academy The Solebury School The Grier School Rivermont Collegiate Havergal Oregon Episcopal Deerfield Academ
It has been a busy week. We have been twisting and turning to get all ready for the 2018 staging of the Caribbean Boarding School Fair on the islands of Trinidad, St. Lucia, Barbados and Jamaica. That is a lot of work: the planning of the event has enervated me to the point of no return. In addition, I see all these last minute folks scrambling to complete counselor recommendations and throwing their last minute ditch efforts at me to complete forms before the stroke of mid