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Saltus To Hold Grub Day For Hurricane Relief

Saltus To Hold Grub Day For Hurricane Relief

Students at Saltus Grammar School will help to raise money for hurricane relief efforts with a grub day on Friday. Many parts of the Caribbean were devastated by category five Hurricane Irma and are again seeing widespread destruction at the hands of Hurricane Maria. In a message to parents, Deputy Head Jon Beard said: “I am certain that you join... Read more of this article

Photos: Saltus Clean Up At John Smith’s Bay

Photos: Saltus Clean Up At John Smith’s Bay

In order to help assist Saturday’s Coastal Clean Up Day, Saltus students, their families and staff turned out to help clean up John Smith’s Bay. In connection with KBB’s “Adopt-A-Spot” initiative, S4 teacher and Year Coordinator and Saltus alumna, Erika Powell, organizes a Saltus clean up at John Smith’s Bay twice during the academic year. Ms.... Read more of this article

Saltus Remembers The Victims Of 9/11

Saltus Remembers The Victims Of 9/11

On the September 11 at 9.46am, Saltus Grammar School remembered those who perished in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, including Saltus alumni Boyd A. Gatton [1962-2001] and Robert D. W. Higley II [1971-2001], as well as Bermudian Rhondelle Tankard. A spokesperson said, “Bermudian Boyd A. Gatton [38 at the time] was working on... Read more of this article

Audio: New Saltus Head Has Ambitious Agenda

Audio: New Saltus Head Has Ambitious Agenda

The new Head at Saltus Grammar School has an ambitious agenda for her first term, which includes implementing a strategic planning process to guide the school’s priorities for the coming years. Deryn Lavell, whose 38-year career in education in Canada and the UAE, included the Headship of the prestigious Bishop Strachan School in Toronto, arrived... Read more of this article

Saltus To Hold 9/11 Memorial On Monday

Saltus To Hold 9/11 Memorial On Monday

On Monday, September 11th, at 9:46 a.m., Saltus Grammar School will remember Saltus alumni Boyd A. Gatton [1962-2001] and Robert D. W. Higley II [1971-2001] who perished in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th of 2001. This ceremony will take place in front of the Secondary Department’s Dudley G. Butterfield Library Research... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Celebrate 100% Pass Rate

Saltus Students Celebrate 100% Pass Rate

Students at Saltus Grammar School are again celebrating a 100 percent pass rate in GCSE and [i]GCSE exams. Of the 61 S11 students who took five or more exams, 100 percent achieved at least five A*-C [i]GCSE passes and 39% of all exams taken were awarded A or A* grades. Students from S10 also successfully sat a variety of the internationally accepted... Read more of this article

Saltus Grammar Students Get Top Awards

Saltus Grammar Students Get Top Awards

Four Saltus Grammar School students have won top awards from a US based examinations board. Alexandra Barnes, Christian Oatley, Casey Schuler and Megan Zimmerer were all awarded National AP Scholar and AP Scholar with Distinction. The awards come after 78 percent of Saltus students sitting the Advanced Placement examinations of the US College board... Read more of this article

Students Achieve Record Breaking Results

Students Achieve Record Breaking Results

Saltus Grammar School has recorded a record breaking year for Advanced Placement exam results, beating the global average pass rate by almost 20 percent. Sixty-seven senior students took a total of 162 of the high-level subject-based Advanced Placements [AP] examinations, with 78 percent of the students scoring a grade 3 or higher [5 is the highest... Read more of this article

Photos: Students ‘Read To Feed’ For TEDS

Photos: Students ‘Read To Feed’ For TEDS

S7 through S9 Saltus students recently participated in The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] “Read to Feed” initiative, collecting a significant amount of non-perishable food for their food bank in Warwick. At the end of the month-long “Read to Feed” campaign, the collection tubs held a wide variety of goods, with students having collected the... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Earn Place In US Universities

Saltus Students Earn Place In US Universities

“Three Saltus Grammar School students and Bermudian sports stars of the future have won places in US universities renowned for their sporting excellence”, according to a school spokesperson. “Tyquann Perinchief has accepted an offer at NCAA DI Appalachian State University [Boone, North Carolina] soccer programme. “Bryce Gonsalves... Read more of this article

Saltus Students Support TEDS Initiative

Saltus Students Support TEDS Initiative

Saltus students from S7 through S9 avidly turned the pages of their books in an effort to collect non-perishable food items for The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] Food Bank. A spokesperson said, “During the month of May, Saltus students from S7 through S9 participated in The Eliza DoLittle Society’s [TEDS] “Read to Feed” initiative, collecting... Read more of this article

Students ‘Read To Feed’ In Helping Initiative

Students ‘Read To Feed’ In Helping Initiative

What began as a one off initiative at Mount Saint Agnes Academy four years ago is now blossoming into a diverse programme that is being rolled out at other local schools, which promises to be an incredible opportunity for the Eliza DoLittle Society charity. In 2014, Karen Camara had an idea for a non-traditional approach to raising food items and set... Read more of this article

Saltus School Keeps An Eye On The Future

Saltus School Keeps An Eye On The Future

One of the Island’s schools has formed a group dedicated to exploring new innovations in teaching as it strives to keep ahead of change. And as part of those efforts, two Saltus Grammar School teachers have just returned from a conference led by two of the gurus of 21st century teaching. Liz Dowdell, Primary Curriculum Coordinator, and Nicole Chichon,... Read more of this article