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Students Organising Walkathon For Diabetes

Students Organising Walkathon For Diabetes

A walk-a-thon to raise money for charity will be staged at Saltus thanks to the efforts of a group of students who came up with the idea, planned it and pitched it to judges. Year 8 students took part in a study on diabetes in Bermuda led by Humanities Teacher, Briley Habib who had completed a professional development course to design a project. From... Read more of this article

Saltus Celebrates Student Achievements

Saltus Celebrates Student Achievements

Students need to be prepared to fail in order to learn, according to the Head of School at Saltus. Deryn Lavell was speaking at the school’s recent celebration of student achievements and accomplishments which recognized exam successes as well as achievements in areas such as athletics and music. “Learning is failing. Yes I said that. We’re not... Read more of this article

Saltus School Pays Tribute To 9/11 Victims

Saltus School Pays Tribute To 9/11 Victims

Staff and students at Saltus this morning [Sept 11] paid tribute to two alums who died in the 9/11 attack. Boyd Gatton and Robert Higley, both former Saltus students, died when two hijacked planes hit the World Trade Centre’s twin towers in a terrorist attack 18 years ago. At the place where plaques were placed in their memory, a wreath was laid by... Read more of this article

Saltus Holds Founder’s Day Celebrations

Saltus Holds Founder’s Day Celebrations

A recent Founder’s Day Event at Saltus celebrated the School’s history and the “tradition at Saltus of embracing the community and working, through education, to expand inclusive beliefs and diverse relationships in Bermuda.” Dr. Vernee Butterfield, guest speaker at this year’s event, addressed attendees on the topic of diversity and... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Celebrate Their Graduation

Saltus Students Celebrate Their Graduation

The 2019 Saltus Graduation took place last night at the Anglican Cathedral in the City of Hamilton. Fifty-nine students – a record 39, or 65 percent, of which had started together in Year 1 and spent the majority of their academic together – crossed the stage following the usual pomp and circumstance to receive their hard earned diploma. Graduates... Read more of this article

Saltus Head Of School Attends G30 In Canada

Saltus Head Of School Attends G30 In Canada

“Attending the G30 earlier this month was an opportunity of a lifetime,” said Saltus Head of School Deryn Lavell. Recently invited to be part of this prestigious conference, Ms Lavell spent several days with the Heads of leading schools from around the world to discuss the future of education. The G30 brings Heads from leading schools around... Read more of this article

Expert Gives Saltus Students Leadership Tips

Expert Gives Saltus Students Leadership Tips

Leadership is about the success of the group not the individual and involves working with others towards a common objective, students at Saltus were told during a workshop held by motivational speaker, Michael Weber. Mr Weber, who works with professionals in corporations, higher education, management groups and associations to develop world-class, influential... Read more of this article

Student Athletes Touring Twelve U.S. Universities

Student Athletes Touring Twelve U.S. Universities

Students from Saltus have embarked on a 12-university, five day athletics tour covering almost 1,000 miles along the south-east of the US. Eleven Saltus student-athletes, and one Berkeley Institute, are visiting universities are Clayton State University, Georgia State University, The University of Georgia, Clemson University, Anderson University, Furman... Read more of this article

Financial Assistance For Saltus Primary Years

Financial Assistance For Saltus Primary Years

With a generous commitment from the Green Family, Saltus announced a new tier of financial assistance this morning, allocating funds to students wishing to enter the Primary School [Foundation Year – Year 6]. “This is a tremendous opportunity for Saltus,” said Director of Enrolment Management Amanda Skinner. “We are so fortunate to be able... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Attend UN Water Conference

Saltus Students Attend UN Water Conference

Eight Saltus students are back in Bermuda after attending a UN conference addressing the need for effective water management in order to avoid a worldwide crisis.SGY 1 students Noa Sadeh, Kennedy Durfy, Ellie Dunleavy, India Paynter, Nuno Rebelo, Scott Gilbertson, Zach Bucher and Ritz Wong, as well as teachers Briley Habib and Erica McArthur were... Read more of this article

Saltus Shavees Raise More Than $100,000

Saltus Shavees Raise More Than $100,000

Saltus shavees have now raised more than $1.5m for research into childhood cancers over the past 12 years. Scores of students – as well as some Moms and Dads – today [March 15] braved the razor to raise more than $100,000 bringing the total the school has raised in the 12 years of taking part in St. Baldrick’s to just over $1.5m. “It’s an... Read more of this article

Saltus To Host Run & Walk On February 3

Saltus To Host Run & Walk On February 3

People are welcome to join a school’s run and walk this weekend. The Saltus Association is holding its annual walk/run on Sunday [Feb 3], starting at 9am at the Saltus Upper Primary Field, on Woodlands Road. There are two routes – a 2k route that goes from Saltus, along Woodlands Road, Dundonald Street, Cedar Avenue, St. Johns Road and back to the... Read more of this article

Students Project Raises Funds For Charities

Students Project Raises Funds For Charities

A school project to design and build a contemporary table is set to raise funds for four charities through a silent auction. Saltus SGY1 Design and Technology students Christian Truran, Owen DeCosta, Jared Souza and Charlie Gravestock were all told to “design a new style of a contemporary table of commercial quality that can be sold [via silent auction]... Read more of this article