| ||James Lee Wah, our beloved literature master of the '60s, still shows the way! With a street sign, and GPS location! The San Fernando City Council, in a universally-applauded decision, has named a street after the illustrious Naparima master. Most appropriately, the street leads to the San Fernando Hill, whose destruction Dr Lee Wah famously led the struggle to prevent.|
Dr Lee Wah passed way in 2020.
(Click photo at left for more info on Dr James Lee Wah.).
| ||Stanley Algoo has regaled us in the past with his remembrance of his school times, and now launches a follow-up essay on a favourite subject of study from his Higher Certificate days: Shakespeare!. With considerable current research, almost all the key points of interest about the bard have been collected in one article.|
His booklet, Shakespeare for Trinis, is published in the e-Libra section of our Graduate pages.
(Click photo at left for more info on the author).
|CAPE 2021: Of 22 schools:|
- Lakshmi Hindu won the most scholarships, 10.
- Naparima Girls and St Augustine Girls won 9 each.
- Naparima Boys and St Joseph’s Convent (St J.) won 8 each.
- Hillsview won 7.
- Fatima, Presentation (San Fdo), and St Joseph’s Convent (POS) won 6 each.
Special congratulations to Niall Hosein, who won the President’s Gold Medal at Naparima, as well as Nikeesha Nancoo who did the same at Lakshmi. (Click HERE for Guardian Media photos of prize-winners.)