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March, 9th 2022
St. Augustine's College would like to thank members of the class of 2005 for answering the call of the Student Council to donate sanitary bins for the girls' bathrooms.
February, 3rd 2022
Although they no longer wear red and white when competing, St. Augustine's College is proud of the way our former students perform at the collegiate and professional sporting events.
January, 31st 2022
Sunday, January 30, 2022, marked the beginning of Catholic Schools Week 2022, under the theme 'Catholic Schools: Faith Excellence. Service.' All students, parents, teachers, and alumni of the Catholic school system were encouraged to represent their respective schools by wearing the school's uniform or colors.
January, 14th 2022
On January 12, 2022, Shaunae Miller-Uibo '12 visited her alma mater, the Big Red Machine! She brought along with her world-class track and field athletes, Jazmin Sawyers from the UK, Lynna Irby from the US, and Khalifa St. Fort from Trinidad and Tobago. They are in town training for the upcoming track and field season.
January, 13th 2022
On January 4, 1945, 35 boys gathered in a small two-story house known as The Niche in the priory yard near St. Francis Xavier Church in Nassau, Bahamas, forming St. Augustine's School.
January, 11th 2022
Marici Thompson has assumed the role of principal designate of St. Augustine's College, a position that has been effective since January 1, 2022.
December, 2nd 2021
It is always a pleasure when SAC graduates ‘come home’ and pay us a visit. Today, we were joined by Dr. Don Diego Deveaux, nephrologist, and proprietor of Oaktree Medical Center, and his wife, Kristi-Marche-Deveaux ’01, who is the CEO. They were accompanied by Mr. Karlos Mackey ’02, who serves as a consultant for Oaktree Medical Center, Mrs. Samantha Fox ’91, who is their legal counsel. and Mrs. Elizabeth Longley (nee Rodgers) ’01, who is the human resources director.
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.
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