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In this introductory address we outline some of our key qualities and characteristics. Fundamental to this is the special ethos of the school. At St. Ignatius we see Catholic education as an integration of body, mind and spirit. Rooted in this vision, Catholic education fosters that search for knowledge as a lifelong spiritual and intellectual quest. The expectations of our students, therefore, are described not only in terms of knowledge and skills, but also in terms of values, attitudes and actions.

St. Ignatius is now in its 44th year and we are proud of our history of providing quality academic, athletic, artistic and spiritual programmes for our students. The strong homeschool parish relationship has created a genuine family atmosphere where young people are welcome from all social and cultural backgrounds and from around the world. Fundamental to this is our belief that parents are the primary educators of children and those schools are there to support and nurture this ro le.

This website is only one element of our drive towards educational excellence in the 21st Century. The I-Site learning platform allows parents, students and teachers collaborate effectively ensuring our students have the best possible chance of maximizing their potential. From September 2011 all students in Years 7-13 were issued with a laptop, the entire campus is covered by a state of the art wireless network, and primary students have been introduced to learnpads in 2013.

At St. Ignatius, the holistic development of each individual is our primary purpose. Our Staff, from Nursery to Sixth Form, strives to know and nurture each pupil, working together to promote strengths and self-worth, in mind, body and spirit. We work diligently so that all pupils leave us as discerning believers, effective communicators, reflective, creative and holistic thinkers, self-directed lifelong learners, collaborative contributors, caring family members and responsible citizens. We invite you to join the St. Ignatius Community.
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The First Baptist Christian School is an elementary school in Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, and is part of the First Baptist Church. The First Baptist Christian School i s conveniently located in Red Bay, bordering South Sound, between the eastern districts of the Island and George Town. The mission of First Baptist Christian School is to provide academic excellence in a Christ-centred environment that meets the educational, physical, and spiritual needs of each individual. The First Baptist Christian School enjoys one of the most modern facilities on the island, boasting extensive landscaped grounds, with the own Playground, Soccer Field, a Full Size Gym, Science Lab, Modern Computer Lab, Big Classrooms, Restaurant-Style Kitchen, Music Room and with access to one of the largest chapels and auditoriums on the island. The most popular day care facility on the island is the “Wee Care Centre”, where children are expectant to learn while playing and having fun. Many of these children go on to join the kindergarten group of First Baptist Christian School and continue to be a part of the elementary school family, together with their friends and siblings. Students, parents and guardians are always encouraged to meet with the teachers and principal to get answers to any questions you might have. The curriculum at First Baptist Christian School is based on the North American system, allowing the students to seamlessly and successfully integrate into the continuing school system.

First Baptist Christian School makes concentrated spiritual and academic investments in the most foundational years of your child’s life. The focus of the elementary curriculum is on Literacy and Numeracy. There are also multicultural units at every grade level to further cultural awareness and understanding, and increase the student’s knowledge of geography. Character Education is provided through classroom lessons and weekly chapel services
FBCS aspires to make the glory and grace of Jesus Christ known to the people of the Cayman Islands and nations around the world
FBCS builds upon the early foundation with spiritual and academic foundation with spiritual and academic instruction appropriate for each child. Concentrated investment in the first 10-12 years of life makes sense if you want children to have the best advantages and success in life
All Students receive weekly classes in Spanish, Music, P.E and IT in the classroom, lessons are developed around the learning styles of the children and the instructional content is driven by assessment
The curriculum at FBCS combines the best of a variety of world -wide curriculum, allowing the students to successfully integrate into any school system where English is the predominant language of the culture.
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Hope Academy is a joyous and happening place and always a range of things occurring. Hope Academy programs incorporate strategies that are used to teach, remediate and facilit ate students’ individual learning. Hope Academy offers detailed information about the school, curriculum, and about various other aspects of the work. Hope Academy provides an effective and enjoyable learning experience for all children. The curriculum of Hope Academy is based the American system, utilizes the Florida Sunshine Standards, and focuses on building core skills in language arts and mathematics, as well as science, social studies, art, music, drama, P.E. and computer skills. In addition to the core subjects, students will also be taught study, social and organizational skills. Hope Academy teachers incorporate strategies that are used to teach, remediate and facilitate students’ individual learning.

All teachers are highly skilled and trained to work with students who learn differently, specializing in Dyslexia and ADHD; Max 12 students per class; State of the art teaching equipment - smart boards, ipads and laptops; Enriched and challenging environment for students ages 4-18
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In 1946, when the centenary celebrations of the Presbyterian Church of Jamaica were held in Cayman, it was suggested that a secondary school with a preparatory department shou ld be established in these islands. The Synod agreed and the Reverend John Gray arrived here in 1948 to begin work as headmaster. The school opened its doors for the first time.

Parents helped the school, as they do today, and they clubbed together to buy a school bus. Before the bus arrived, Benson Ebanks, Rupert Moxam and Craddock Ebanks had been amongst those who assisted by letting children travel in their own trucks.

A list of the first Governors of the school includes many of the important figures in the history of these islands in the 20th century and includes names such as Dr. Roy McTaggart, Mr Clifton Hunter M.B.E., and Mr. Ernest Panton I.S.O. M.B.E. with Mr. Desmond Watler C.B.E., Mr. Lee Ebanks M.B.E. and Mr. Clarence Thompson as treasurers.

The school thrived and the first success es in the G.C.E. examinations were in 1951. After this time, the Cayman Government began to grant a sum of money each year to the school.

In 1960, the Administrator, Major Alan Donald, indicated that the Government wanted a High School. Negotiations began to have the older students in Government High School while the Prep School remained under the Church. The Prep School was fortunate that two Governors of Jamaica and the Dependencies took a keen interest in our situation and were heavily involved in these deliberations.

For a time the Prep School was housed in Mrs. Olive Cuthbert’s land which was on Jennett Street. This was later sold and the school moved to its present site on Walkers Road. Progress continued until the mid 1970s when school enrolment dropped. This was because of the economic recession affecting these islands and also at the same time the development of the Government schools. As usual, parents volunteered to help by teaching and by helping to run fund-r aising activities such as a Fair and the newly introduced ‘Cycloprep’. Other attempts to raise money were a school concert, a school play and a school magazine.

The school enrolment began to pick up because of the high standard maintained by teachers and students and when the Government introduced Middle School in 1980, the Prep School was able to add two more year groups which would allow students to go straight to the Government High School.

In 1997 the school extended into High School once again and students began to take the I.G.C.S.E. examination in 1999 and then in 2003, the school’s first A-levels. Space for this expansion of secondary education was made possible because of the new Infant school that was built on Smith Road in 1997.

The new wing built for the secondary school is a continuation of the work of the United Church in Jamaica and the support and commitment of parents and teachers over many years.

Despite the growth of the school it remains, as the Mission Statement says, firmly rooted in Christian principles. Students are taught to respect the achievements of important figures in the school's history and the three school houses are named after the Ministers who were instrumental in its origin and progress.

Infant School Junior School Middle School Upper School;Cayman Prep and High School provides a stimulating learning environment, firmly rooted in Christian principles, in which our students become critical, creative thinkers, responsible citizens and lifelong learners in an ever changing world.
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Nestled among lush tropical landscape, Montessori By The Sea was established in September 2000, with just one Toddler and one Casa Program. Our school is now home to one Toddl er Program (20 months-3 years old), two Casa programs (3-6 years), two Lower Elementary (6-9 years) Programs, one Upper Elementary Program (9-12 years) and one Middle Years Program (12-14 years).

Our classrooms are safe, warm and nurturing environments, prepared and staffed by dedicated educators. All classes are equipped with materials, equipment, and furniture that allow maximum exploration and use of the senses by our students, and are designed to meet the changing need of each child as an individual.

In all Programs, our students participate in cooking and nutrition, multicultural experiences, Physical Education, French, Music and creative movement, Art, Science, Information Communications Technology and nature. Life skills, Grace and Courtesy, Conflict Resolution skills and programs designed for our students to participate in the greater community are also incorporated into our curriculum.

Our teachers are qualified professionals and our low ratios ensure that each child is given the individualized attention that he/she requires. We are very proud of our students and school, and encourage parents to observe and see the children working and interacting in the classroom.

Our Vision
On a global level, we envision a world community that coexists in harmony, recognizing the inherent worth in us all. Our vision for Montessori By The Seaâ€TMs school community is students who are passionate about life and learning, loving, dedicated and professional administrators and teachers, and supportive and involved parents.

Our Mission
At MBTS we promote a legacy of limitless possibilities by inspiring a love of life, learning, and laughter; creating environments that engage, excite and embrace everyone and fostering the acquisition of skills necessary for a ba
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In 1946, when the centenary celebrations of the Presbyterian Church of Jamaica were held in Cayman, it was suggested that a secondary school with a preparatory department shou ld be established in these islands. The Synod agreed and the Reverend John Gray arrived here in 1948 to begin work as headmaster. The school opened its doors for the first time.

Parents helped the school, as they do today, and they clubbed together to buy a school bus. Before the bus arrived, Benson Ebanks, Rupert Moxam and Craddock Ebanks had been amongst those who assisted by letting children travel in their own trucks.

A list of the first Governors of the school includes many of the important figures in the history of these islands in the 20th century and includes names such as Dr. Roy McTaggart, Mr Clifton Hunter M.B.E., and Mr. Ernest Panton I.S.O. M.B.E. with Mr. Desmond Watler C.B.E., Mr. Lee Ebanks M.B.E. and Mr. Clarence Thompson as treasurers.

The school thrived and the first success es in the G.C.E. examinations were in 1951. After this time, the Cayman Government began to grant a sum of money each year to the school.

In 1960, the Administrator, Major Alan Donald, indicated that the Government wanted a High School. Negotiations began to have the older students in Government High School while the Prep School remained under the Church. The Prep School was fortunate that two Governors of Jamaica and the Dependencies took a keen interest in our situation and were heavily involved in these deliberations.

For a time the Prep School was housed in Mrs. Olive Cuthbert’s land which was on Jennett Street. This was later sold and the school moved to its present site on Walkers Road. Progress continued until the mid 1970s when school enrolment dropped. This was because of the economic recession affecting these islands and also at the same time the development of the Government schools. As usual, parents volunteered to help by teaching and by helping to run fund-r aising activities such as a Fair and the newly introduced ‘Cycloprep’. Other attempts to raise money were a school concert, a school play and a school magazine.

The school enrolment began to pick up because of the high standard maintained by teachers and students and when the Government introduced Middle School in 1980, the Prep School was able to add two more year groups which would allow students to go straight to the Government High School.

In 1997 the school extended into High School once again and students began to take the I.G.C.S.E. examination in 1999 and then in 2003, the school’s first A-levels. Space for this expansion of secondary education was made possible because of the new Infant school that was built on Smith Road in 1997.

The new wing built for the secondary school is a continuation of the work of the United Church in Jamaica and the support and commitment of parents and teachers over many years.

Despite the growth of the school it remains, as the Mission Statement says, firmly rooted in Christian principles. Students are taught to respect the achievements of important figures in the school's history and the three school houses are named after the Ministers who were instrumental in its origin and progress.

Infant School Junior School Middle School Upper School;Cayman Prep and High School provides a stimulating learning environment, firmly rooted in Christian principles, in which our students become critical, creative thinkers, responsible citizens and lifelong learners in an ever changing world.
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Meals On Wheels is a non-profit charitable organization serves Cayman for more than 10 years. Meals On Wheels produces and deliver nutritionally balance hot meals, smiles to h ome bound, frail, elderly persons and those with physical and mental disabilities in Grand Cayman. Read more......Read less

 
 

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I have a lot of exciting things going on. You can learn above and underwater photography with daily classes in Grand Cayman, we ha ve a huge selection of duty free cameras and accessories for every above and underwater need. You can rent underwater cameras and you can purchase underwater prints. Explore below to discover all of the ways that we can help you to capture your life and adventures in photos.

Thank you for visiting, and let me know if you have any questions.

Enjoy the journey

At Cathy Church's Underwater Photo Centre and Gallery in Grand Cayman, at Sunset House.

We offer everything from:

•Five minutes to all day photo classes
•Evening group classes for land photographers
•Group and private courses any day
•Beginners to professionals -- you set the topics
•Any age or physical ability or disability --learn at your own rate
•Point and shoot to advanced housed systems
•Learn on a sh ore dive or boat charter
Cameras and photography courses
Wedding photography
Events photography
Underwater photography courses.
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Wesleyan Christian Academy a private Pre K-12 Christian school is located in Grand Cayman. Wesleyan Christian Academy is dedicated to providing the highest quality educational program with the cornerstones of Christian character development among students and staff, quality performance among students and staff, and transition for students to be servant-leaders. WCA is committed to being an institution of academic and spiritual excellence. WCA admits students of any race, color, and national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. Read more......Read less

 
 
 
 

Triple C School provides quality Christian education in the Cayman Islands for Pre-School through Grade 12. We offer an accredited American educational system, limited ratio c lass sizes, strong music and art programs, advanced placement courses and much more, all with a Christian focus. Read more......Read less

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