High school students engaged in the first-ever moot court competition where they were exposed to courtroom debate organized by the Public School System and the Marshall Islands Law Society at the International Conference Center at the end of April. The schools had only three days of preparation for the moot competition after a briefing about […]
Rita Elementary School has the distinction of being the first Public School System school in Majuro to return to in-person classes — but Monday’s return to school turned out to be a short-lived effort, as apparently PSS HQ directed RES to resume the “learning packet” pickup and drop off method in use by the rest […]
Majuro Baptist Christian Academy seniors — pictured here — will be the first high school graduates in Majuro with their graduation set for this Friday May 20 at 3pm at the Rita school. The College of the Marshall Islands is next, graduating May 26 at its Uliga campus. Then comes Majuro Coop High School on […]
WILMER JOEL Jaluit High School became the first outer island high school to win the coveted Jeopardy competition — defeating three private schools to win the title for Education Week.The competition was originally the brainchild of the US Embassy late last year when it hosted the first Jeopardy game in the Marshall Islands focused on […]
EVE BURNS Silia Peter has worked hard to earn her first aid and CPR license.Silia, 23, has been a volunteer with Red Cross since 2017. She was recently recognized with a leadership award and first aid certificate. She was chosen because she advances Red Cross’ cause to train more people in first aid and CPR […]
The Ministry of Health and Human Services alongside Majuro Cooperative School organized a walkathon to promote awareness about mental health earlier this month. A great turnout of participants young and old attended the walkathon that was coordinated by Co-op High School Principal Kenneth Fernando as well as the student body government (SBG) officers and their […]
WILMER JOEL Lutok Kobben Alele culture ceremony last week wouldn’t have been exhilarating without the prodigious float parade with all the Mrs. Wut and Mr. Kapeel from each of the nine high schools in Majuro. Each of these contestants represented the tools and flowers that embody the Marshallese culture. Organizing and taking charge of the […]
Students and teachers from Majuro Baptist Christian Academy put a smile on the faces of Majuro residents this week with a parade and mass caroling in the downtown area. The Christmas spirit is in over-drive as the Marshall Islands nears December 25.
Majuro Baptist Christian Academy held its graduation ceremony Monday, with happy graduates tossing balloons into the air. MBCA is among many high schools graduating last week and this week in the Marshall Islands. More graduation photos and stories in the June 1, 2018 edition of the Marshall Islands Journal. Photo: Kelly Lorennij.