20 Years Educating Toward Excellence

February 2008
Caribbean Business;2/14/2008, Vol. 36 Issue 6, pE8
The article provides information on educational commitment towards educational excellence as a goal for St. Mary's School. According to a spokesperson, during the last 20 years the school has met its objective such as to train students in a constitutional manner to enhance their cognitive and emotional intelligence. The spokesperson added, through the combination informal and extracurricular activities, and formal and curricular activities, the students will achieve an identity and character.


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