It gives us great pleasure to announce that our students have been outstandingly successful in their recent International Baccalaureate examinations with their results released to them late last week.

It is most pleasing to see the breadth of excellent University offers and degree courses (listed below) which includes, Zach Myers attending Cambridge University, Brian Darling to Warwick University, Hannah Marshall to Stanford University and Cameron Lee-Ming to the University of British Colombia; in addition to many others from around the world. These are well balanced young adults who have immersed themselves in all that Warwick Academy has to offer – Academic, Music, Drama, Sport, Community Service & Leadership programmes – and embark well prepared for what lies ahead.

"Bermuda's youth sailors will look to hit the ground running when competition at the Optimist World Championship starts today in Thailand.

Flying the island's banner are Sebastian Kempe, Jack Hildebrand [WA student], Christian Ebbin, Jordan Etemadi and Rian Geraghty-McDonnell [WA studet], who are among a record field of 280 from 62 countries.

Kempe, Ebbin and Geraghty-McDonnell represented Bermuda at the recent Optimist North American Championship hosted by the Royal Canadian Yacht Club in Toronto" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy extends its congratulations to Alex Mason and Alumna Anna Harrington.

"Fourteen students have received a total of $345,000 in scholarship funding from the Bermuda Foundation for Insurance Studies.

This year's awards bring the total funding that BFIS has provided since the charity was founded in 1996 to more than $6.1 million — all funded by the insurance industry.

BFIS Overseas Scholarships were awarded to: freshmen Mikayla DeSilva Jacome, studying Accounting at Western University; Ashley Farrington studying Business at McGill University and Brianna Mendes studying Economics at McGill University; juniors Anna Harrington studying Financial Economics at Western University and Clevon Cunningham studying Actuarial Science at St John's University; seniors Ari Minors studying Business at Mount Saint Vincent University and James Spence studying Actuarial Science (Morse) at Warwick University" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy would like to extend well wishes and best of luck to students Taylor Carrick and Anaya Smith, as well as alumna Maddy Rose, as they head off on their squash tournament. Safe travels and good luck to the whole team.

"Graham Moss, one of four players representing the island for the first time, won his boys under-13 tie to snap a deadlock and earn Bermuda a hard-fought 3-2 triumph over Jamaica.

"Yesterday we got our first win against Jamaica after a tight 3-2 battle," Micah Franklin, the Bermuda coach, said...

"Everyone has been performing well and certainly leaving it all out on the court," Patrick Foster, the Bermuda Squash Racquets Association director, said. "The young players down there are really as fresh as you can get into this type of event and have done really well."

Bermuda will face Cayman Islands in their final match." (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

"Youngsters from Dame Majorie Bean Hope Academy joined Warwick Academy students yesterday for a morning of fun and games.


Seven students from the Government school, which caters for 19 pupils with special needs, met up with their counterparts in the Warwick Academy gymnasium.


The trip was part of an ongoing partnership between the two schools that also sees Warwick's Year 6 students visit the Hope Academy every week as well as arrange fundraising initiatives" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

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