ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT HIGHLIGHTS FOR TERM ONE 2015/2016
"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT"
TOP STUDENTS BY GRADE SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER 2015
|GRADE 7||GRADE 8||GRADE 9||GRADE 10||GRADE 11||GRADE 12||GRADE 13|
|Jahmai Beaumont||Jevon Ferron||Toussaint Robinson||Sean-Michael Barnett||Anthony Ramsay||Daniel East||Damion McPherson|
|Jermain Golding||Mickyle Mitchell||Bilal Burke||Olanzo Lamey||Steven Dreckett||Nicholas Mathews||Pavel Williams|
|Kito Campbell||Danjae Campbell||Okeeno Brown||Joel Thomas||Shawn Thomas||Romaine Peddie||Marco Whyte|
Calabar High School congratulates the following students for being among the
TOP CANDIDATES in the CAPE 2015 EXAMINATIONS
- LYNFORD HILTON – 6TH in PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Unit 1)
- ROMARDO LYONS - 6TH IN DIGITAL MEDIA (UNIT 1)
- JASON LEE GREEN – 9TH IN DIGITAL MEDIA (UNIT 1)
- KENNY SUTHERLAND – 10TH IN DIGITAL MEDIA (UNIT 2)
The school's current rating scale is as follows:
|A+ - 95-100|
|A - 85-95|
|B+ - 80-85|
|B- - 70- 80|
|C - 60-70|
|D - 50-60|
|E - 40-50|
|F - 0-40
Calabar has ten departments catering to the academic needs of our students. Together with their department head, the teachers endeavor to have their students succeed at all levels of learning; utilizing the necessary professional skills learning strategies and styles that encourage academic success.
|DEPARTMENT||COURSES OFFERED||HEAD OF DEPARTMENT|
|Mathematics||Grades 7- 11 (CSEC): General Mathematics and Additional Mathematics (CSEC only) CAPE: Mathematics||Mrs. M. Waysome|
|English||Grades 7-CSEC: English Language, English Literature, Reading, CAPE: Communication Studies, Literatures in English Grade 7: Library Science||Mrs. S. Gibbs|
|Business Education||CSEC: Principles of Accounts, Principles of Business, Economics, Office Administration, CAPE: Accounts, Economics Entrepreneurship, Management of Business Grade 9: Business Basics||Mrs. L. McLeod|
|Industrial Engineering||9-CSEC: Technical Drawing, Building Technology, Metal Work CAPE: GMED||Mr. R. Taylor|
|Modern Languages||Grades 7-CSEC: Spanish & French||Mrs. J. Kennedy|
|Information Technology||Grades 9- CSEC: Information Technology CAPE: Computer Science, Digital Media||Mr. R. Nixon|
|Physical Education||Grades 7-13 (CSEC & CAPE): Physical Education||Mr. S. Newell|
|Humanities||Grades 7- 13: Geography, History, Social Studies (to Grade 11) CAPE: Sociology, Caribbean Studies||Mrs. S. Holness|
|Science||Grades 9- 13 (CSEC & CAPE): Biology, Physics, Chemistry Grades 9-11: Integrated Science, Human & Social Biology Grade 7: General Science.||Mr. G. Delahaye|
|Religious Education||Grades 7- 11 (CSEC): Religious Education||Mrs. R. Kelly Jones|
|Visual & Performing Arts||Grades 7- 9: Music, Art Drama. CSEC: Visual Art, Theatre Arts||Ms. J. Walterss|
THE SIXTH FOrM PROGRAM
Students for the Sixth Form Program is pre-selected at the end of their Grade 11 year based on:
- Attendance to school and classes
- Punctuality to school and classes
- Attitude towards homework and classwork
- General behaviour and conduct
- Deportment and adherance dress code
- Completing SBA's
Final acceptance to Grade 12 (Lower 6th) is dependent on performance in the CSEC exams and completing an interview . Students must have at least 5 passes at Grades 1-2, at the General Proficiency Level, in what he wishes to do in Grade 12.
Qualified and Interested students should apply by completing and submitting an application form ONLINE and include last two reports of his fifth form year, proof of qualifications, two recommendations or character reference (if you are an applicant from a different school) and TWO passport size pictures.
In Grades 12 and 13, students are prepared for Caribbean Advance Education (CAPE). The options available are:
NOTE: Promotion to Grade 13 will depend on the student's conduct and passes in their unit one subjects; Grade Levels 1 to 3.
CALABAR EVENING INSTITUTE
Calabar Evening Institute was re-established in 2010 to facilitate the needs of students in search of post-secondary options. It offers a wide variety of courses and is offered in packages to suit the interest of the students.
English A & B
Principles of Business
Principles of Accounts
Human & Social Biology
Spanish & French
- Comfortable and spacious classrooms
- Small class sizes
- Monthly and weekly tests
- Past papers
The institute’s school day begins at 2:30pm and ends at 5:30pm.
*For further information contact: 931-9736/535-8509
CALABAR SUMMER SCHOOL
Calabar summer school runs for three weeks during the month of July. It is a mixture of academics and recreation. All students at all levels are welcome. It is open to both boys and girl from other school. Costs and offerings will vary from year to year. For 2016, Summer School runs from July 5- 22. Application form and flier is provided below below.
Our teachers use the RenWeb School Administration Software. All the information on your child’s academic progress and assignments via subjects/departments can be viewed here. Note, you must be provided with access. Please visit the website with the link here www.renweb.com/Why-RenWeb/About-Us.aspx
Contact the school for more details.