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Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year
Dear parents and students
Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year. The school year begins for all students on Monday 5 September at 7:50AM. Form 1 students have Orientation, Forms 2 to 5 have regular scheduled classes based on the timetables.
Students of Form 1
Form 1 Students will begin the second session of Orientation. Come properly dressed in your regular school uniform. No books, nor bags are necessary on Monday. All you need is pen and paper to make some notes. By the end of the day you will be able to access your online timetable which will allow you to plan for the balance of the week. During the first week or as soon as possible, students that have not yet received, hymnals, bibles and sports uniforms will receive those. There are no afternoon classes on Monday so all students will be dismissed by 1:00PM. You may choose to bring a snack for break; however, the canteen will be open to serve you. Any other concerns will be addressed on Monday 5 September.
Students of Forms 2, 3, 4, and 5
If you login to the Parent Site you may now view your timetable for the 2016-2017 school year. Remember the timetable must run a full cycle, Monday 5 September to Friday 9 September, before it can be considered final. Use the timetable to verify the subjects you are enrolled in. Students with a Physical Education class on Monday 5 September do not need to use their Sports Uniform.
Students of Form 4
Form 4 students must finalize their afternoon class registration by Tuesday 6 September 10:45AM (end of break) in the office.
Students of Form 5
Form 5 students must re register for the form 5 afternoon classes by Tuesday 6 September 10:45AM (end of break) in the office, to avoid an afternoon class registration fee.
2016 June CSEC and CCSLC Pre-Slips Available
Pre-slips for the 2016 June CSEC and CCSLC Results may be uplifted from CHS office from Friday August 26 between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. Students who have not returned books to the Ministry of Education, must return these books and obtain a receipt from the Book Distribution division at Bath Estate. The receipt should be presented to the CHS office when uplifting pre-slips.
CHS 2016 CSEC and CCSLC Results Outstanding
Despite the challenges faced as a result of the passing of tropical storm Erika on 27 August 2015, Convent High School maintained its excellent record at the 2016 CSEC and CCSLC Examinations. All 30 students who sat the CCSLC examinations obtained a 100% pass rate in both French and Spanish. For the CSEC examinations, of the 720 subject entries, the school secured 708 passes resulting in a pass rate of 98.3%.
Convent High School congratulates all students and their parents/guardians for their successes at the 2016 CSEC and CCSLC Examinations.
Special commendations to the Principal and dedicated teachers who continue to uphold the motto of the school - Labor Omnia Vincit!
Here are the respective subject results:
|Caribbean History General||22||45||17||84||100.0%|
|English A General||71||18||6||1||96||99.0%|
|English B General||20||6||1||27||96.3%|
|Human and Social Biology General||20||25||1||46||100.0%|
|Information Technology General||3||10||11||1||25||96.0%|
|Physical Education and Sports General||15||4||19||100.0%|
|Principles of Accounts General||2||1||4||1||8||87.5%|
|Principles of Business General||29||20||2||51||100.0%|
24 students obtained 5 or more Grade ONEs
- Inoela Vital
- Kareen George
- Marie-Ange Emanuel
- Lydia Etienne
- Abygail Richards
- Gael Thomas
- Zena Anthony
- Selena Cuffy
- Gizelle Pierre-Toussaint
- Charice Augustine
- Tonilia Eli
- Kareema Green
- Deniece Joseph
- Jesse-Ann Peters
- Khandice Phillip
- Catrina Smith
- Raissa Henderson
- Kailah Holmes
- Annalyn Joseph
- Shanti Kronig
- Donna Liverpool
- Corrie Phillip
- Sarah Prentice
- Janelle Raymond
My SUMMER - My NTRC
CHS 2016 Prize Giving Ceremony
The Convent High School’s 2016 Prize Giving Ceremony for Forms 1-4 took place on Wednesday July 6, at 9.00 a. m. on the grounds of the Convent High School. Invited guests were: Our Chaplain, Msgr. William John-Lewis, Representatives of Sagicor, and parents and guardians of our prize winners. The morning’s ceremony was hosted by teachers, Mrs Evalina Emmanuel and Miss Sherena Christmas. Sherniah Alleyne of Form 2 sang the National Anthem and Elleen Commodore, president of the Communications Club welcomed the assembly.
Our Chaplain, Monsignor William John-Lewis blessed the morning’s proceedings and also commented on Matthew’s Gospel- Chapter 10:1-7 which had been proclaimed by Miss Odessa Elie. Performances were done by Form 3’s Jody Peltier, Michelle Morancie and Kayjah Charles who sang “Send it on”, the music students did enchanting renditions of the Halleluia by L. Cohen from the movie animation “Shrek” and “Worthy is the Lamb”. The school’s band performed “Rock the Blues” while the Sign Language Club and CHS Dance Troupe transported the students into an energising summer.
Students in each form were awarded prizes for Efficiency, Diligence, Steady Application, Leadership ,Conduct and Class Spirit. Also, Shelise Bell was awarded the 1st Runner up prize in the Sagicor Visionaries Challenge and some of the CHS Music band and Drama Club members were honoured at this ceremony.
The student with the Highest Fourth Form average, Tarrie Anselm ended the morning’s proceeding with a Vote of Thanks.