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November, 24th 2021
On November 24, 2021, student council president, Kobe Forbes, presented Dr. Williamson Chea, president of the Cancer Society of The Bahamas with a donation to assist their cancer fighting efforts.
November, 22nd 2021
On Friday, November 19, 2021, St. Augustine's College held its annual Flay Day ceremony, but for the first time in its history, it was held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
November, 12th 2021
Congratulations to seniors, Kobe Forbes and Alexis Godet, who have been chosen as student leaders and recognized at the BAISS virtual service of thanksgiving held yesterday on November 11, 2021.
November, 10th 2021
The newly elected St. Augustine’s College student council as well as members of the debate team, who are the reigning national debate champions, were privileged to attend a senate meeting on Monday, November 8, 2021.
November, 2nd 2021
On Friday October 22, 2021, the students and staff of St. Augustine's College, lead by the newly elected Student Council, wore pink in honor of breast cancer awareness. Funds were also collected to be donated to the Cancer Society of the Bahamas.
October, 28th 2021
After once again beginning the school year virtually as was done in October 2020, St. Augustine's College is elated to have our students back on campus, even if it's only a portion of them at a time.
October, 25th 2021
Congratulations to Kobe Cooper, Otto Laing, Sara Williams, and Sierra Joseph for winning the position of president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer for the 2021-2022 school year.
September, 13th 2021
Retired Royal Bahamas Defence Force Commodore Davy Rolle, presents Sonja Knowles with a donation on behalf of the Class of 1971 in recognition of their 50th anniversary of graduation.
September, 8th 2021
Mrs. Norda Johnson is one of three staff members who has retired from SAC in the last 2 years. She served St. Augustine's College for 34 years before saying goodbye in 2020.
September, 6th 2021
The theme of this school year at SAC is 'Embracing a Climate of Change', a fitting theme given the changes that have been made due to the pandemic. As in 2020, we are beginning this school year virtually as opposed to the hybrid model that the last school year ended with.
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