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.
The Mathematics department has planned a mathematically intense, yet fun-filled summer for your child/children. As we end this academic year, and keeping the beginning of next school year in mind, we are pleased to once again offer Math Mania this coming summer (June 20th – July 1st). The cost of each course is $190 inclusive of VAT and course materials. These special courses will be held Monday-Friday. Math Mania is designed to accomplish two goals:
1. JUMPSTART PROGRAMME & BRIDGING THE GAP- To give students a head start by exposing them to the concepts they will cover in the upcoming school year; and
2. MATH BOOSTER PROGRAMME - To strengthen students’ skills at the BGCSE Core level, as success in future courses such as the BGCSE Extended, SATII, and AP Calculus AB courses will require a mathematically sound foundation.
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JUNIOR GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS 2015-2016
We would like to congratulate the members of our junior girls’ volleyball team and their coaches, Miss Albury and Miss Hobbs on winning the BAISS Junior Girls Volleyball Championship. The synergistic effort from the young Comets along with good serving, passing and communication allowed Queen’s College to defeat St. Augustine’s College in the match (three sets). The scores were 25-15, 18-25 and 15-8. Well done!!!!
QC Bahamian Icon Awards Nominees
We congratulate the following members of the Queen’s College Family on their nomination for a 2016 Bahamian Icon Award:
Everette Fraser, Head Track and Field Coach
Donald Ferguson, grade 12
Te'Ja Munnings, grade 7D
According to the website, “The Bahamian Icon Awards celebrates greatness. The award recognizes Bahamian Citizens who have exemplified the best intentions of the Bahamian Spirit; that of excellence and achievement. Not only that, it is the defining standard by which these attributes are measured in The Bahamas and is an opportunity to create visible heroes and role models in the community while at the same time saluting those among us who have taken up the challenge to achieve greatness “
We are also proud of the Queen’s College alumni who have been nominated in various other categories.
Click here to go to Bahamian Icon Awards Official Website
Examination Preparation In The Primary Years
CONGRATULATIONS—15 YEAR OLD DAVID ALLENS RECEIVES ASSOCIATE DIPLOMA
In December 2015, David J. Allens was examined by The Trinity College, London, England for an Associate Diploma in Solo singing. David prepared a recital that was forty (40) minutes in length in which he sang nine (9) songs in three (3) languages – Italian, German and English. David’s performance was graded with entrants from around the world and he was awarded a Distinction with a total of 93 marks out of 100. David will receive an Associate Diploma – Associate Trinity College London (ATCL) Recital (Singing) and is believed to be the youngest Bahamian to attain this prestigious designation. David was accompanied on piano by Mrs. Yvonne Foulkes, High School Music Teacher. Congratulations David! We are so proud of you!
HURRICANE RELIEF PRESENTATION
As a part of our school’s Hurricane Relief efforts, Administration and students of Queen’s College presented the Morrisville Primary School in South Long Island with two desktop computers, an all-in-one printer and a deskjet printer. On hand to receive these items was Mrs. Patrice Minnis, a teacher from Morrisville Primary School. Mrs. Minnis thanked Queen’s College for this generous donation to their school, indicating how grateful they were.
NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS SWIM MEET
On Friday, May 13, 2016 , the Primary School Swim Team competed in the 1st National Primary School Swim Meet which was held at St. John’s College.
The twenty-six member team, accompanied by Coach D. Newton and Coach C. Eneas, represented the school well and dominated in all of their events and as a result, Queen's College won the meet.
Primary School Track and Field Meet 2016
The annual Primary School Track Meet now renamed as the Frank “Pancho” Rahming Primary School Track Meet was held Wednesday, May 18 thru Friday, May 20 at the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium.
According to Head Coach Everette Fraser, the Queen’s College Team was “small but mighty”, placing seventh overall from a field of thirty-three New Providence and Family Island schools. Congratulations !
Penn Relay Team
Congratulations to the Queen’s College Comets who recently competed at the Penn Relays April 28-May 1, 2016.
They were accompanied by Coaches Everette Fraser, Reuben Mounts, Crystal Eneas and Sandre Hobbs.
According to Head Coach Everette Fraser, “The Penn Relays competition gives our athletes an opportunity to exceed their seasonal best times in the relays and individual events, which transcends into great accomplishments and a positive outlook.”
High School Track and Field Nationals
The 2016 Bahamas High School Track and Field Nationals held in Freeport, Grand Bahama during April 11- 13, 2016, drew almost 1,000 high school athletes from around the country. The Team of 62 Comets performed exceptionally well and posted records on the track and on the field.
Congratulations to coaches : Everette Fraser, Dwayne Smith, Reuben Mounts, Selena Travers, Sandre Hobbs, Crystal Eneas and Christian Knowles, on a job well done.
Senior Girl's Soccer Championship Winners 2016
On the 7th of April the senior girl's played in the soccer championship final against ST. Andrew's. It was a great game and we thoroughly deserved a 1-0 victory to become champions of the 2016 season!!! The girl's have worked really hard for the last 6 months and have a great team spirit. They should be very proud of themselves!!
Jr Boys soccer team BAISS soccer champions 2016
On Wednesday 6th April, the Junior Boys soccer team beat St Andrews 1-0 to become BAISS soccer champions 2016. The goal was scored by Ellijah Mitchell in Grade 8. The boys fully deserved the victory after going the whole season unbeaten, scoring thirty three goals and only conceding three. Congratulations boys!
GIFT ITEMS AT THE GALAXY
Teachers’ Appreciation, Father's Day and Graduation are all just around the corner! Be sure to visit The Galaxy and see our wide assortment of unique gift items for all of these special occasions! Remember all of those special persons in your life with a gift from The Galaxy!
The Galaxy Store hours
(Monday – Friday) 7:30am – 10:00am and 1:30pm – 4:00pm