CHS Places First in Recycling Project
Convent High School Places First In The Telephone Directories Recycling Project
Thanks to our 13 participants, Convent High School collected 2094 used directories to obtain First Place in this project jointly sponsored by the Caribbean Yellow Pages and the Dominica Solid Waste Management (DSWM).
Music Makes Sense - Music Week 2014
"Our theme for this week is 'MUSIC MAKES SENSE' And our music students, have taken on 'the responsibility' to prove this theme. Music has affected our lives from the first initiative of our ancestors in the middle ages, to this very day. It is now common knowledge that the early people began to explore the making of music with handmade instruments coming from the environment, known as idiophones.
Cancer on Detention 2014
CHS Shines in Independence Finals 2014
The CHS kweyol choir and Dance group impressed the judges to attain top positions in this year’s Independence Celebrations at Ma Tutu’s Park at Grand Bay on Saturday 11 October 2014.
Dana Peltier also secured top position in the children kweyol individual category on Day 1 of Finals at Londonderry on Friday 10th October.
Akim Ismael, Teacher at CHS attained 2nd place on the Final day of the Independence Competitions in Portsmouth in the Adult kweyol song competition.
The winners will join other successful competitors from across Dominica at the Cultural Gala!
Thanks extended to teachers, musicians and supporters for their assistance.
CHS Receives Donation of Chromebooks
The Convent High School is much closer to realizing its plan to stock a class-set of Chromebooks as it endeavours to pursue its goal in using more digital resources in its lesson delivery.
On Friday, 10 October, Mr and Mrs Winston and Sylvia Scotland, handed over seven Chromebooks to the school on behalf of their granddaughter, Natalie. On one of her stays in Dominica, Natalie had lamented on the huge and, apparently, heavy schoolbags that young persons carry everyday. She promised to do something about this and quickly solicited her classmates in organising a jam, jelly and bake sale to make a contribution.
History Week 2014, at CHS
History week kicked off in high gear at the Convent High School on Monday, 6th October. The theme for this year’s celebrations is “Kalinago Heritage”. To this end, the History Department planned and executed the morning Assemblies with this theme in mind.
- St. Theresa's House presents Breast Cancer Awareness
- CHS Heads to the 2014 Independence Cultural Finals
- St Theresa's House Feast
- Sign Language Club Celebrates 3rd Anniversary
- CHS 2014-2015 Head Girl Nomination
- Support CHS in Netball
- The Sagicor Visionaries Challenge is on again! Get on Board!
- BLACKOUT.. Coming Soon
- We're Here and Ready to Work!
- Adventure Club 2014-2015 Schedule