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Senior Class Notes - October 2008, January 2009 and April 2009

October 2008
Review of the Toronto Reunion and the September Tea Party

January 2009
A tribute to Agnes Jones written by Janice Jackson
Notes from the 2008 Christmas Party

April 2009
Megan Anderson's poetic review of the Eastbound Outing : Traversing the Berbice River Bridge

My Experience in St. Kitts for the Leadership Program

The joys experienced on my trip to St Kitts can be described as simply exhilarating. Coupled with the excitement of visiting a new country and even being stuck in another, was the looming opportunity to bring to light the talent and intellect of The Bishops' High School and more so, my country, Guyana.

Even though we arrived one day earlier, my chaperone and Headmistress, Mrs. Isaacs­-Walcott, did not skip a beat in keeping me fully enlightened on locations and sights around me so although my primary learning program had not begun, I was able to gain foreknowledge on what lay before me.

Senior Class Notes - July 2008

This edition of the Senior Class Notes has a review of the Senior Interaction 2008

You can also check the album

Senior Class Notes - April 2008

The April 2008 edition of the Senior Class Notes has a report of the outing to Prairie on the East Bank and photographs of that trip.

A day of Fun and Games 2008

by Andrea Bryan

What started out as a little fundraiser has become a major event on the BHSOSA calendar. The fourth Annual Games Day and Food Sale was held on Saturday April 26, 2008 on the grounds of the Bishops’ High School. In the heat of the midday sun, the students began to trickle in but as the day progressed, so did the attendance of past and present students. There was a long line to enter as the Headmistress skillfully opted to ask for ‘contributions’ instead of the price of admission. She managed to squeeze thousands of dollars out of unsuspecting alumni.

Another good year for ‘Bishops’

From the Sunday Chronicle of 20 April, 2008

THE Bishops’ High School has recorded yet another year of outstanding achievement, according to Headmistress, Ms Elizabeth Isaacs-Walcott.

Addressing the school’s annual prize-giving ceremony last February, Walcott said the institute continues to do well, not just academically but in all its co-curricular activities as well.

This is my page- Sally Sookram now Sally Ramage

Since leaving Bishops, I have done so much, that I hardly know where to begin. A good place to start is my own webpage, which will tell you about my situation now.


BA (Hons) (Glamorgan), MBA (Glamorgan), LLM (Staffordshire), MPhil (Wolverhampton)


Criminal Lawyer, Tottel Publishing

Full Membership of:-

Society of Legal Scholars - SLS

European Corporate Governance Institute – ECGI

British Association of Women in Policing – BAWP

Chartered Institute of Journalists – MCIJ

Tribute to Mavis Pollard


BHSOSA is today celebrating the life of yet another of its icons who has passed away; this time it is Mavis Doreen Pollard, our true comrade and true friend.

Images from the Ordination of Mrs Maureen Massiah

Mrs Maureen Massiah nee Byrnwas ordained as a Junior Minister in the Presbyterian denomination. along with three others. They are described as Ordained Assistants. She was supported by the presence of many old students including her two sisters, Dr. Joycelyn Massiah (retired Head of the Institute of Social and Economic Research at the Cave Hill Campus of UWI) and Dr. Marlene Joseph (a medical doctor in Antigua)

The Byrne sisters and the Headmistress, Mrs Walcott

More Walkathon 2007 pictures

Stadium viewStadium view

Terry taking picturesTerry taking pictures

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