Queen's College has always been a school that believes in catering to a wide cross-section of young people throughout the community. As a fully comprehensive school, operating under the auspices of the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church, our interests lie not only in academic excellence but also in raising well-rounded, courteous, spiritually grounded global citizens.
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PRIMARY YEARS LAWS OF LIFE REQUIREMENTS
1.The Laws of Life Essay for the Primary Division has a word limit of 250-350 words.
2.The essay must be written in school.
3.It must be typed and emailed to Miss Tsavoussis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
4.Any entries received after Monday 16th January, 2016 WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! 5.Do not write your name on your paper.
6.Ensure that you include your name in the subject bar on the email.
7.Include the word count on your typed essay.
Any questions????? See Miss A. Tsavoussis in the Primary Years
The Galaxy Website
Visit The Galaxy's new website which showcases some of the items that are available for purchase. See our selection of unique Christmas Gifts, Decorations, Toys, Hostess items, Floral Arrangements, Gift Baskets and a whole lot more! Shop for everyone on your Christmas list!
Foundation Years' CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION
Foundation Years’ Christmas Production will take the form of a Carol Service – ‘Carols with the Comets’. All of our students will assemble for a one-night presentation of The Christmas Nativity in Caroling. This festive occasion will be held on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. in The Geoffrey Brown Auditorium. Additional information will be sent home shortly.
School will close on Friday, December 16, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. and reopens on Tuesday, January 03, 2017.
Sounds of the Stars Cd
Ignition is a 12-hour student leadership lock-in retreat hosted by the Queen’s College Foundation and The Centre for Further Education (C.F.E), for students in Grades 10-12. This event, will be a special kick-off event for the Spring semester 2017. The theme for this leadership retreat is ‘Together Towards Tomorrow’, and it promises to be filled with dynamic leadership workshops, team-building activities and keynote speakers. Throughout the event, students will also be entertained by local artists and performers, and at the conclusion, they will be able to identify leadership values and enhance their ability to create positive change.
Our goal is to bring students together, provide talks that are idea-focused, on leadership, which will help foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and also, provoke conversations that matter. Ignition 2017 is scheduled for Friday, January 6, 2017– Saturday, January 7, 2017 and will be held in The Geoffrey Brown Auditorium, Queen’s College campus.
For further information, please contact Ms. Precious Fortune Thompson at email@example.com or at 394-6389 in the Development Office.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. JOYELLE MCINTOSH
On the eve of first anniversary of the tragic death of beloved Queen’s College teacher, Mrs. Joyelle McIntosh, a special tribute was held at the site of the incident, at the junction of Parkgate Road and Village Road. The brief and moving service was organized by colleagues in the Foundation Years and Primary Years sections and was attended by present and former staff members, and members of Administration. Also present, was Mrs. Joycelyn Szasz, one of Joyelle’s sisters, who spoke on behalf of the family. Dr. Reginald Eldon, representing the Board of Governors, said that “Yesterday, we wanted people to know that crime does not pay; that crime causes prolonged suffering, that the taking of this woman’s life was and still is a tragedy and that we stand with many families who are mourning and feeling powerless in the country right now.”
On Friday, November 11, 2016 students and staff wore Peace Begins with Me T-shirts in a continued call to end the violence in our country.
For online payments, please ensure that the correct account and student name information is entered. The name for only one student on a family account needs to be entered.
Should you require assistance when attempting to make payments you can contact the Customer Service Center as per the phone and email contacts provided on the FCIB International website.
The Second Term Fees should have now been paid for all students. When tuition fees remain unpaid on or after the due date; the account is designated as ‘Past Due’ and the following consequences apply until the account is once again ‘Current’.
. Students will not be allowed to attend classes.
· Students will not be allowed to take internal examinations.
· Students will not be eligible to receive any reports or transcripts.
· Students will not be eligible for Graduation or promotion from Grade 6 to 7.
· Students will not be allowed to go on class trips or other school related events.
Fees are due at the beginning of July, November, and March of every school year.
Please ensure that any fees that remain unpaid at this time are paid immediately as the related students will be prevented from attending classes shortly.
Hurricane Matthew Relief Efforts
Recently, the staff of Queen’s College came together and made financial contributions towards helping their colleagues who had suffered severe losses during the recent hurricane. Pictured are members of staff who spearheaded the collection effort. “Together is Better”
QC STAFF SYNERGIZE IN CLEAN UP EFFORTS FOLLOWING HURRICANE MATTHEW
The Queen’s College Campus sustained serious damage to the classrooms and grounds as a result of Hurricane Matthew.
All Staff and Administration joined hands in ensuring that the campus is clean and safe for our students’ return on Monday, October 17, 2016.
We will continue with our restoration efforts in the days and weeks to come! Thank you for your prayers and support!