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.
Administration would like to thank all parents, students, staff and corporate sponsors who synergized to ensure the success of this year’s walk-a-thon. This Walk-A-Thon was one of our most successful to date and we are grateful for your efforts. A special thanks is extended to members of The Royal Bahamas Police Force who worked with our school to ensure the safety of our students while on the walk. We thank you for your continued support as we work together to improve our facilities in order to provide the best educational experience for our students.
We would also like to congratulate the winners of the 2017 Walk-A-Thon:
GRAND PRIZE WINNER – Danielle Turnquest – GRADE 11K
FOUNDATION YEARS 1st Runner Up: Daniel Rolle – Grade 2C
2nd Runner Up: Kenson Rolle, Grade 1P
3rd Runner Up: Madison Ferguson – Grade 2S
Winning Class: Grade 2C
HIGH SCHOOL 1st Runner Up: Jayann Rolle, Grade 7H
2nd Runner Up: Adyn Gomez, Grade 7H
3rd Runner Up: Lauryn Cargill, Grade 7H
Winning Class Lower High School: 7H
Winning Class Upper High School: 10H
Orlando Trip 2018
Parents on Campus - Our School Policy
We would like to remind parents of code 9.17 in the Q Book which states the following:
9.17 PARENTS REQUIRING A MEETING WITH TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, COUNSELLORS – We ask all parents who desire to speak with a teacher, administrator or counsellor to make an appointment as impromptu meetings are not always possible or desirable. With respect to assignments, performance, progress and grades, it is beneficial for parents to first consult their child’s teacher(s) and/or guidance counselor before seeking to speak to an administrator.
Also, parents are not allowed to wander about the campus, or walk their children to their homeroom or classroom or collect them from their homeroom or classroom in the afternoon. Parents are not allowed to enter the home room, or wait for their child outside of the homeroom or classroom. Parents are not allowed to approach other students. Parents must go to the high school office immediately upon entering the campus to make their request known. These procedures are mainly to ensure the safety of persons on campus
L.A./ Vegas 2018 Performing Arts Trip
QC-CFE has recently relocated into our space which is the two story building on the right of Queen's College Northern Village Road entrance. Feel free to stop in and inquire about our upcoming course offerings.