Pictures from Games Day 2007

Cricket - Games Day
Winning team of 'old boys' of the 10/10 Cricket Match with Mrs Walcott, Headteacher of the BHS




Mahogany tree
The rope being prepared for the Tug of War.. in the background is the trunk of the once glorious tree


Bishops' Tri State Chapter Gives back from Caribbean Impact

Caribbean Impact

The close of 2006 was a proud moment for the Tri-State Chapter of the Bishops’ High School Alumni Association. It marked the culmination of a period of fundraising events to benefit a specific need of its alma mater in Georgetown.

The Chapter’s fund-raising plans were developed as a result of a proposal that was directed to alumni chapters worldwide by the President of the Georgetown Chapter, Lance Hinds. He appealed to the international alumni chapters for assistance in the rehabilitation of the school’s Chemistry, Biology, and Physics labs, which were in disrepair. The Tri-State Chapter raised funds by sponsoring events, such as the Spring Tea Party and the Annual Labor Day Party, that were open to the public.

New York Tri State Chapter donates towards the Lab

The TriState Chapter has donated money towards the refurbishing of the school labs.
In this picture, BHSOSA Member Lance Hinds hands over the cheque to Mr Alistair Meredith who is the contractor.Alistair is an old student of the school.

Check hand over for school Lab repairs
 

BHS in stellar performance

Board congratulates students, teachers
THE Board of Governors of Bishops’ High School has lauded the outstanding academic and other achievements of the school during the year.

In what the Board has termed “yet another year of outstanding achievements”, the school gained high percentage passes of persons with five or more subjects with grades 1-3 at this year’s CXC examinations. The school’s overall percentage passes in this category is 95.9.

One hundred per cent passes were recorded in Agriculture Science, Caribbean History, Biology, Electronic Data Processing Management, Integrated Science, Home Management, Human and Social Biology, Office Administration, Physics, Principles of Business, Principles of Accounts, Social Studies, Spanish and Technical Drawing. In Mathematics, the school recorded 92.5 per cent passes; English Language, 98.7 per cent; and Chemistry 95.7 per cent.