Student Life

To produce students who can rise to the challenge of the vagrancies of life is constantly our goal. One of the ways we do this is to expose students to an array of opportunities such as taking part in our drama productions. This week we have seen a huge cast of all ages return to Frisco ' 77, San Francisco in the 1970s, and experience the politics, social issues and problems of life at that time.

"Primary five: Elsie Hastings, Warwick Academy...Primary six: first place Siena Jabon, Warwick Academy, and third place, Zoe Moniz, Warwick Academy...

Middle school winners: first place Amy Palmer, Saltus Grammar, second place Yasmin Burt, Bermuda High School (BHS) and third place Liam Flannery, Warwick Academy" (The Royal Gazette, 2014).

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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver was on hand to give Warwick Academy students a lesson in the importance of the culinary arts yesterday.

The students were taking part in Food Revolution Day, a campaign launched by Mr Oliver to demonstrate the importance of being able to cook and how it can impact health.

Read the full article on the Royal Gazette website.

"Team Captain Tabytha Hofheins [17 year old Warwick Academy student] turned in Bermuda's top performance at the Chicago Style Invitational last weekend, winning the gold medal on vaulting [9.3] and the bronze in the all-around [34.45] in the Level 9 16+ age group...

Moving on to the level 7 session, Gianna Webbe [13, Warwick Academy] turned in a stellar floor exercise routine for a 9.35 and an 8th place medal in the 13-year old division; ...Trinity Wilson [14, Warwick Academy] recorded her high score on vaulting, an 8.75...

Sam Soares [14, Warwick Academy] earned a pair of 8.05s on vault and beam. Anna Francoeur [12, Warwick Academy] earned an 8th medal in the 12 year old division on balance beam with an 8.45" (BerNews, 2015).


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Bermuda’s swimmers have concluded competing at the 2014 CARIFTA Swimming Championships in Aruba, and are set to return home with an impressive 22 medals.

Bermuda captured 7 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 4 bronze medals along with two CARIFTA records. In addition, Emma Harvey was the age group champion in the 11-12 girls category, recording the most points of all swimmers in the division.

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