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CAHS PTSA to Hold Blue and Gold Ball on June 17

The Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) of Charlotte Amalie High School will present its Blue and Gold Ball: “Celebrating the Moment as We Look Towards the Future.” It will be held on Friday, June 17, at Marriott’s Frenchman’s Reef Beach Resort at 5 Estate Bakkeroe.
Alumni, friends and supporters are encouraged to attend this fundraising event in support of the school’s educational programs and scholarships
The CAHS Jazz Combo, under the direction of Francis Callwood, will kick off the cocktail hour from, which will be held 6-7 p.m. and be followed by Cool Session Brass. Tickets are $85 with the option to purchase a table.
This premier event is the PSTA’s largest alumni fundraiser. Expected to bring together esteemed alumni, friends and supporters, its goal is to raise a minimum of $50,000 to support the school’s educational programs and scholarships.
The largest public high school in the territory, CAHS is guided by the belief that the purpose of education is to provide students with the framework of knowledge and skills necessary to understand, function and succeed in an ever-changing, technological, global society. Since its inception in 1920, this comprehensive high school has grown to accommodate over 1,600 students and approximately 200 staff.
Accredited by the Middle States Association’s Commission on Secondary Schools, CAHS has a long, proud tradition of distinction. Its motto, "To Excel Always," has created the brand for striving for excellence.
For more information, to purchase tickets or advertisements, contact Elma Brathwaite Curtis, event chairperson, at 998-1072 or Janice Hodge at 690-1072.

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