St. Bakhita


House Colour


Feast Day

February 8

Biography of St. Bakhita

St Bakhita was born in Darfur, Sudan and was a slave for a large portion of her life.  Read a full biography here.

Logo designed by Kervia Sorhaindo, Dominique John Phillip and Amala L. J. Sorhaindo.

 The central Cross- is the central focus and it shows the saint's faith in Christ, it is a resurrection cross directing us to both the death and resurrection of Christ , His victory over death and ultimately our salvation. It depicts the saint's ultimate service to God and her fellow man, a dying to self and rising in Christianity.


The butterfly- is symbol of the divine female, spiritual growth, transformation, transcendence, the soul. It makes us think of the saint' s life as she overcame her bondage and transcended her many challenges to become selfless, a model spiritual leader. Her soul was never crushed and remained free as she in Christ freed both her body, mind and soul.

African cloth- portrays her African Sudanese heritage that gave her sustenance , strength and identity as a person

Broken chain- slavery  that she overcame. A reminder of her many wounds and bondage, that never daunted her in her quest for freedom

Purple- color of victory, royalty reminding us that we are all sons and daughters of a King

Color gold- depicting wealth , spiritual richness and the saint's Italian culture which she adopted when she came to Europe and which became her home. The richness of her Catholic faith.

House Parents 2014

Sarah Douglas -Perez (Mrs.)

Daria Mitchell Sorhaindo (Mrs.)

Larentz Wiltshire (Mr.)


T. Christopher(Ms.)

Sr. Gloria Carpo


House Song for St. Bakhita
Music by Amanda Lawrence & Lyrics by Daria Mitchell Sorhaindo

Chorus: St Bakhita, Mother Moretta
You are Holy, Prega per noi (Italian for Pray for us)

Physically broken, heart awoken
Child of grace, whose born of black race
Victim never, freed forever
Guide us forward, mother royal!


2. Daughter taken, never forsaken,
Sister gentle, always our mantle
Mother chaste, never in haste
Woman wise, help us to rise!


3. St. Bakhita, Mother Moretta,
Teach us Patience, teach us Love.
To help our brother; to help our sister
To stride in Faith and with Dignity!

St. Bakhita , Mother Moretta,
You are Holy, Prega per noi!


House Officials


Captain Kerissa St. Rose

Vice Captain Calista Ferreira

Prefect Donelle Darroux


Captain Donelle Etienne

Vice Captain  Danielle Cruz

Prefects: Catrina Smith, Carlista Ferreira


Captain Orlannice St. Rose

Vice Captain Nadege Peltier

Prefect Jamoia Bruno

House Executive

Captain, Vice Captain & Prefect

Members of the Fifth, Fourth form body- Danielle Cruz, D'Janna Wyllis, Tonica James, Casmel John, Kervia Sorhaindo

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