Congrats Bertrand Blazers!

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Congrats Bertrand Blazers ..
2016 Athletic Champs --
51 years of sports at AHS

2nd Place GRENLEC Energy Debate...

St. George, November 23, 2011:  Be it resolved that it is economically viable for Grenada to invest in energy efficiency rather than renewable energy.  This was the focus of the final challenge as Westmorland Secondary School argued for the motion and the Anglican High School argued against it.  The theme for the 2011 debate was Energy, a national priority and the two teams highlighted a number of perspectives about the approaches needed.   Read more at Grenada Broadcast  ---  http://www.grenadabroadcast.com/content/view/12290/1

AHS Students Receive Prizes in FCCA Essay Contest

 Dateline St. George’s. Grenada’s finalists in both categories of the 2008 FCCA Foundation for the Caribbean Children’s Essay Contest have received their prizes for participating. The two Anglican High School students Kameila Nedd and Claireece McGuire were both presented with their cheques from the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) at a brief ceremony during the Monday morning assembly of the school.

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‘HALF WAY IN’ Reflections of what was, is and is to be

HIP! HIP! HOORAY!

This was my initial gut feeling when I entered the newly refurbished ‘bottom half’ of the school on Thursday, September 12, 2008. Last minute touches were being applied to the dividers for the new class-rooms that will be stationed here and there was a skip in the Principals voice and walk as she guided me through the new assembly hall and bathrooms ending at the newly built staff-room, overlooking the ‘flat’ and Tanteen.

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2008 Graduation Key Note Address Delivered by Dr. Wendy C. Grenade

Your Excellency, Mr. Carlyle Glean, Governor General, Canon Christian Glasgow, Manager of the School, the Honourable Glynis Roberts, Minister of Social Development, Social Security, Ecclesiastic Affairs and Labour, Representatives from the Ministry of Education and other ministries, the members of the governing body of the school, members of the clergy, specially invited guests, parents and guardians, staff of the school, graduates, good afternoon.

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AHS CELEBRATES 90 YEARS

The Anglican High School as it is known today was born from the original name “Church of England
High School” for girls.  This distinguished institution will celebrate ninety (90) years of unbreakable
service to the education system in Grenada, on September 18, 2006. 

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AHS CELEBRATES 91 YEARS

Last year, the Anglican High School’s present, past and prospective students marked their
90th year with a special anniversary service at the Grenada Boys Secondary School
Auditorium, Sunday 17th September at 5pm.  A special article to commemorate this event
was published in this newspaper. 

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School Quote

‘every student is expected to take her academic studies seriously at all times;’ and  ‘every student should regard herself as a citizen of the Anglican High School Community, who live together, pooling and sharing their qualities of mind and character with a view to utilizing and developing the resources of their common habitation for the good of all.’

~ AHS Handbook given to every new student