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.
News & Events:
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!
GLAT results are available at the Primary Years Office. Parents of Grades 4 and 7 are asked to collect their GLAT results. Parents must sign to indicate that they have received the results. No results will be issued to students.
Important Message from the Accounts Department
Dear Parents/Guardians: Tuition 2016/2017
The First 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.
Note from The Centre for Further Education (C.F.E.)
As of August 2016, Queen's College C.F.E. is now under the leadership of Dr. Reginald Eldon, Dean. A dedicated team of professionals joins him in the running of the unit: Latasha Strachan, Director of Academic Affairs; Sherese Cunningham, Registrar; Katherine Beneby, Coordinator; Ann Thompson, Special Assistant. C.F.E. has an exciting year ahead with informative and engaging classes. Please stay tuned for more details. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 677-7600/393-1666
All Bahamas Merit and National Merit Scholars Awards 2016
Queen’s College graduate Simone Cambridge is the 8th QC graduate to be named All Bahamas Merit Scholar in the twenty two years since the inception of the Award. She has earned a four year $140,000 scholarship, and will attend McGill University, in Quebec, Canada. The ABMS is the most prestigious award bestowed upon a high school graduate.
We also congratulate the other award recipients from the Class of 2016: Ari Braithwaite, D’Nealson Bain, Sherrea Brown, Loudes Strachan, Davrielle Butler, Gabrielle Newry, and K’ashe McKinney.
Queen’s College also received the Award for Top Performing School.
The All Bahamas Merit and National Merit Scholarship Awards were presented in a ceremony at Government House on August 10, 2016. In attendance were Ms. Andrea Gibson, Principal; Mrs. Shawn Turnquest, Vice Principal; Miss Maria Tsavoussis, Deputy Head and Mr. Clint Higgs, Deputy Head; as well as Mrs. Cassandra Bowles, Career and Guidance Counsellor; Mrs. Harriet Pratt, Board of Governors; Dr. Reginald Eldon, Dean, CFE; and Rev. Christopher Neely, Chairman of the QC Board of Governors, and President of the Bahamas Conference of The Methodist Church.
Read the complete story at : http://www.thenassauguardian.com/lifestyles/education/66940