St. Thomas-St. John District Public School Registration Schedule for Head Start, Day Care Centers,...
he following are the dates for registering children for Kindergarten as well as rules and requirements.
The National Optical Astronomy Observatory granted astronomers at the University of the Virgin Islands access to two of the world’s largest telescopes in Chile and Hawaii.
The poetry recitation event encourages high school students to learn about great poetry through memorization, performance and competition. Poetry Out Loud is a national competition, and the Territorial Finals are scheduled for March 11.
For the last six months, AP English Language and Composition students at Charlotte Amalie High School have been hard at work on a collaborative research project with high school students in Denmark that shed light on an aspect of V.I. history they knew little about.
The Herman E. Moore Golf Course at the University of the Virgin Islands will be abuzz with food, fun and fellowship on March 19, as the community gathers for the 28th annual Afternoon on the Green
The University of the Virgin Islands Board of Trustees will meet at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 4, in the Great Hall on the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix.
Some 250 students in schools on St. Thomas-St. John recently danced their way to good health in the hit stage production "My Plate! The New Food Guide Musical" that promotes healthy nutrition and exercise at schools across the country.
Scotiabank International has invested $2,000,000 in Junior Achievement’s (JA) project Road to Success, which is one of the largest organizations in the world devoted to preparing youth to be successful in today’s global economy.
Nine students have completed the second Business Design Grants Program (BDGP) at UVI, which is the first step on the road to victory in the annual 13D Entrepreneurship competition. They will now compete for $60,000 in cash to launch their viable business proposals.
UVI Little Theatre will present six performances of “Strong Currents” – a tribute to Austin “Tom” Clarke on whose novels the play is based. It is written and directed by David Edgecombe.