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Midnight in PARIS - CHS Prom 2015
Prize Giving 2015
The Convent High School Prize Giving Ceremony for Forms 1-4 took place on Wednesday July 1, 2015 at 9.00 a. m. on the grounds of the Convent High School. Invited guests were: Our Chaplain, Msgr. William John-Lewis, parents and guardians of our prize winners. The morning’s ceremony was hosted by teachers, Miss Netisha Durand and Miss Sherena Christmas and began with Sherniah Alleyne of 1-2 singing the National Anthem and a Welcome Address by Marie-Ange Emmanuel.
Convent High Says Thank You Again
On Monday 2 February, Convent High celebrated its 157th Anniversary with a Eucharistic Celebration at the Roseau Cathedral Chapel. The Mass was concelebrated by Bishop Gabriel Malzaire and Monsignor William Jno Lewis. Present at the Mass were the Staff and students of the school along with members of the Ontario Alumni Association of Toronto Canada. The school used this anniversary Mass to formally launch the new Sport House - St Bahkita (colour - purple).
70 Graduate from CHS in 2015
On July 24, 2015 the Convent High School bade farewell to seventy students. The ceremony, which took place at the Botanic Gardens, was held under the theme “Moving onwards with grace in gratitude to greatness.”
In what many believed to be a most dynamic speech, keynote speaker, Miss Kimone Joseph, urged the young ladies to be humble, grateful and make a difference in their nation, and wherever they go. In her address Miss Joseph also called for the students to understand the human network, “People are people through other people”- a statement which shows how the hard work of others have made them who they are today.
Commonwealth Day 2015
On Monday 9th March 2015, one of the fourth form classes of the Convent High School attended a commemoration for Commonwealth Day at the Arawak House of Culture. The commemoration was under the theme, 'A Young Commonwealth :- New Generation, New Ideas'. In attendance was, His Lordship, Bishop Gabriel Malziare, Rev. Dr. Novelle Josiah, Ministers of Government, including His Excellency the President, Mr. Charles Saverin and the Hon. Prime Minister, Mr. Roosevelt Skerrit.
The Commonwealth Day message from Her majesty the Queen Elizabeth ll was read by His Excellency the President, Mr. Charles Saverin. Many schools were present, including a few from the southern district. The commemoration ended with the recital of a British poem by students of the Dominica Grammar School; followed by, a tribute to Malala Yousafzai, by the Orion Academy and finally a display of African outfits by, The Isaiah Thomas Secondary School.