Starlights 200 Club
We announce, with pleasure, that the first "star" of our Starlight 200 Club is Audyha Francis of Form 1-4. She was awarded a good behaviour ticket by Mr G Cesar for her leadership qualities.
Five other students have made us proud by their good behaviour this week. We congratulate them this week and look forward to more student achieving this honour.
- Audhya Francis
- Ellianna Letang
- Dabria Toussaint
- Shevonne Sorhaindo
- Zhaelle Isaac
- Keara Joseph
HFLE Week 2014 - Cognitive and Social Skills
20 – 24 January, 2014
Theme: HFLE - Cognitive and social skills: a combination for a wholesome and successful individual
Thought of the week
Even though some of us fail to realize it, HFLE impacts our lives in a special way. We may sleep through the lectures and the classes and may be reluctant in doing the portfolios, but in the end, we all learn something from HFLE. If we had not learned what Christian Leadership was, we would not know how to lead others properly. If we had not learned anger management or conflict resolution the spiritual way, we would not know how to solve problems, express anger properly or deal with conflicts.
A True 'Blu' Christmas at CHS
Students had a Wonderful Christmas with Fone Shack as our headline sponsor this year. Thanks to the generous sponsorship by Fone Shack- Digicel. The music department and the student council were able to send many students home with a smile on their faces.
End of Term Notices
Refer to the calendar for dates and times of CHS events
Refer to the Parent-Student site parent . conventhighschool . org to monitor attendance, grades, and fee status.
CHS Receives Musical Instrument
Head of the Modern Language Department, Mr J Grimner, has secured an electric guitar from a Japanese Volunteer. In the photo Mr Grimner hands over the guitar to Mr A Ismael of the Music Department.
Anti-Bullying Movement -Head Girl's Address
Head Girl Message
Friday 22 November 2013
Healing of our World. How is this done?
A special good morning to our principal Mrs Dublin, our teachers and other staff members, and all my school mates, this morning, our school is addressing the need to put an end to bullying. Have you thought about how great it would be, if our school had no more bullies? Students would enjoy coming to school; our schools would be a place of happiness and parents would be comfortable that their children are safe once they are in the school environment-learning and playing and just having fun.