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June 25, 2015

An explanation of why the PSE results are what they are

The Minister of Education must be shaking his head in frustration. He must be wondering, “What more can I do? The Government of Belize/Ministry of Education [...]
June 17, 2015

Exercise TRADEWINDS commences off the Belizean Coast

Phase one of the exercise commenced on May 31st in St. Kitts and Nevis, focusing on First Aid, weapons, and fire-fighting/damage control.
June 12, 2015

Toledo students improving on PSE, St. Peter Claver lead the way

The preliminary results released on Monday show that about three quarters of the over 600 students from Toledo who sat the exam earlier this year (75%), [...]
June 11, 2015

Belize Bank Ltd. Awards Coca Cola Spelling Bee winner a Sixth Form Scholarship

After two rounds of elimination, Aaliyah Leiva from Louisiana Government School was declared the winner of the 2015 Coca Cola Spelling Bee. Once again Belize Bank [...]
June 11, 2015

‘Troubling’ Times at University of Belize?

Thursday, June 11th 2015. BMG: This morning, BMG received an email from a UB Student that details a number of critical issues that are affecting the [...]
June 10, 2015

Students at Wesley College denied graduation?

The school’s management announced in January to parents that the minimum grade point average (GPA) on a 4-point scale for graduation had been raised from 1.0 [...]
June 9, 2015

Bernice York’s Gabriel Hope is PSE top scorer

PSE is usually broken into two separate occasions and with the second part being completed by the students just last month, it was surprising that this [...]
June 3, 2015

Julian Cho High School suspends student for playing ‘Charlie, Charlie’

As you may know by now, the game involves two pencils placed in the shape of a cross on top of a piece of paper with [...]